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Hours

  • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily
  • Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving
  • Author Anastasia D. Kierst will be signing "P Is for Pangolin: An Alphabet of Obscure, Endangered & Underappreciated Animals" in the Book Store, June 9, 12-3 pm.
  • Admission

    • Adult - $20.95 + tax
    • Child - $14.95 + tax (2 thru 12)
    • Child - free (under 2)
    • Senior - $16.95 + tax (65+)
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    Featured Animals

    Spotted garden eel

    Garden eels are small specialized members of the conger eel family. Found in tropical waters scattered around the world, they lead a hobbit-like exis

    Rhinoceros hornbill

    This bird is dependent on the continued existence of old growth forests in Southeast Asia. Outside the breeding season, it eats a wide variety of fru

    Magnificent sea anemone

    The Magnificent sea anemone, also call the Radianthus or Ritteri anemone for its previous name Radianthus ritteri, is one of the largest and m

    Pompadour cotinga

    Depending on the light, males may appear black, bright red, pink, or purple. Research conducted at Yale University's Peabody Museum of Natural Histor

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