Just like Jane Garcia does in Apple TV Plus’ new science-based series for kids and families, Jane, visitors to two museums this spring will be able to ride in a bee to learn more about how they fly, collect pollen and evade predators as they go about their work.

Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience, co-produced by show producer Sinking Ship Entertainment and Apple TV Plus, will be open to the public at the California Science Center in Los Angeles and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh this April. The exhibit also is produced in partnership with Flying Fish Exhibits.

The exhibit is drawn from one of the series’ episodes. Besides flying in the pod, kids also will be able to climb on to a custom-built, kid-sized model of a bee to learn more about the pollinators.

Also released this spring will be, “Jane’s Endangered Animal Guide,” a companion book that invites readers to join Jane on her mission to protect animals. The book helps kids learn more about some of the planet’s most endangered creatures.

Jane is a 10-episode live-action/CGI blended series for kids and families inspired by the work of Dr. Jane Goodall. Ava Louise Murchison stars as Jane Garcia, a nine-year-old budding environmentalist on a quest to save endangered animals. Using her powerful imagination Jane takes her best friends David, played by Mason Blomberg and Greybeard the chimpanzee on adventures to help protect wild animals all around the world because, according to her idol Dr. Goodall: “Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, will we help. Only if we help, can they be saved.”

From Emmy-Award winner J.J. Johnson and Sinking Ship Entertainment, and in connection with the Jane Goodall Institute, Jane premieres globally on Friday, April 14 on Apple TV Plus.

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