Many of the children’s museums have exhibits that detail and explain the surrounding ecosystems of their environment. The Children’s Museum of the Shoals in Alabama has an exhibit called the Singing River that is a replica of the river passing through that area. The makeshift river is detailed with plant life and has running water that flows from one end of the garden to the other. It allows children to learn about fossils and mussels as well as the animals that habitat near the river. The Museum of Discovery in Arkansas also has an exhibit called Earth Journeys where children can explore the creation and formation of different weather patterns. Arkansas is known for its tornadoes and this exhibit is specially set up to explain how they manifest with the use of a demonstrative miniature tornado replica. This is inclusive of tornado safety, which teaches children the safety procedures in case a weather warning is dispatched. They also have a Tornado Alley Theater which gives museum visitors a seven-minute demo of the tornado that went through downtown Little Rock in January 1999. The tornado ripped through the town and destroyed many of the buildings and houses. It also killed three people while injuring many others. The theater plays TV footage as well as the testimonies of citizens that survived the attack and were greatly impacted by its harm.