This exhibit showed what South Florida beaches looked like thousands of years ago, including a hut where inhabitants lived. The exhibit was a 360 degree display, which I enjoyed. Visitors are able to walk through the exhibit as if they're really there, and be fully emerged in it. Seeing it this way really helped me to better understand how people lived and adapted. This exhibit perfectly exemplifies nature on display.
This exhibit displayed an early Florida inhabitant carrying a small shark back to his tribe to eat. For me this showed the tradeoff between human necessity and animal conservation. While animals should not be hunted for solely fun, humans still need food to survive, and sea life was a major factor for early inhabitants on the Florida coast. This exhibit was an opportunity for visitors to see history close-up in an almost 360 degree view, giving more insight into how early inhabitants lived.