The history of electricity certainly contains some powerhouses! At a time when interest in electricity was growing, Benjamin Franklin discovered that lightning was electricity. Years later, the brilliant Michael Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction, the foundation of many electric motors still today. Inventor Thomas Edison, of course, patented the light bulb. And genius scientist Nikola Tesla built the first hydroelectric plant, harnessing the power of Niagara Falls.
- Recommended Age: 7+
- Size in cm: 16.3 L x 9.4 W x 5.3 H
- Size in inches: 6.42 L x 3.7 W x 2.09 H
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