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The National Geographic Museum is currently displaying the loot of the pirate ship Whydah, which sank in 1717. The ship's pirate captain was Samuel Bellamy, ancestor of Francis Bellamy (1855-1931).
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking, the National Geographic Museum in Washington is preparing a new exhibit on the history and study of the famous ship.
If your child is at an age where nothing is more hilarious than the sound of air escaping the body, do not despair. You can use your little one's fascination with all things coarse for educational purposes at the "Animal Grossology" exhibit at the National Geographic Museum.