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A blue and beige round table has a flat earth picture on top with a red knob, which has a child's hand moving it.

Tides are mostly caused by the Moon and solid earth also responds to tidal movements.

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A woman blowing into a plastic device

Feel some good vibrations and become a noisy nuisance with this wacky instrument.

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A wooden cut-out bird with different colours projected onto it's surface which then reflect on the wall behind

Coloured lights can be combined (or subtracted) to create new colours.

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A large red and blue cube frame that has orange and blue information panels hanging from top to bottom. Inbetween these panels are blue and orange trianguular and square objects.

Mirrors reflect light and allow a viewer to see things 'around a corner'.

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Brightly coloured cards sit out of slots on a display unit, with a computer monitor with the words "Farming down the slope" on the screen.

Water quality and availability in catchment areas downstream are affected by activities undertaken upstream.

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