Unlike the tank projects in Design Area 5 which are proposed for short term transportation of specimens, the intention behind project 3.1 is for a longer term tank which can sit in the Hub, which Dawul Wuru can use to display specimens, use for research or for cultural yarning and education.
In terms of providing a suitable living environment – that’s what your team will need to find out! What factors are important to keep the specimens alive, and how can this be achieved in your specimen tank design?
Let me know if you have any further questions!
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