Iggy, The Green Iguana

PacSci Perspectives   Enjoy this video produced by Pacific Science Center Animal Care Intern Davis Luanava and then come visit Iggy in our Reptile-Amphibian-Mammal (RAM)...

Meet Lydia

PacSci Perspectives One of our favorite animals at Pacific Science Center is Lydia the leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius). Did you know that leopard geckos have some interesting traits that set them apart from other reptiles? Watch the latest entertaining video...

Meet The Axolotls – A Video Tour

PacSci Perspectives Visitors to Pacific Science Center’s Reptile-Amphibian-Mammal (RAM) Zone are sometimes surprised and confused when they see the axolotls. Surprised, because these creatures are so odd looking; and confused, because – how do you pronounce “axolotl”...

Aussie Stick Hatchlings

PacSci Perspectives Lots of critters are hatching around Pacific Science Center including eggs from the Australian stick (Extatosoma tiaratum) insect colony. This week, Animal Care Intern Davis presents another educational video on the behind-the-scenes rearing of...

Releasing Butterflies

PacSci Perspectives Ever wondered how we release the butterflies into our Tropical Butterfly House? Watch to find out....
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