Item # P4-2300
Blow into the mouthpiece, and the eyes float on a stream of air! A fun Bernoulli demonstration.
Finally, a way to demonstrate the Bernoulli Principle to your students in a fun and cool way!
When you blow into the Bernoulli’s Crocodile, its “eyes” levitate and remain in static equilibrium. As the “eyeballs” migrate to one side of the airstream, the fast-moving air causes low pressure, forcing them to move back into the airstream. You can even use one “eyeball” and tilt the Alligator slightly to the side, causing it to seemingly defy gravity! Use this unique demo for your Middle School science class as a science challenge or your AP Physics students when studying Fluid Dynamics. Instructional Guide included.
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