You Can Be A Citizen Scientist In Our Tropical Butterfly House

PacSci Perspectives   Cit-i-zen Sci-ence: (noun) the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by members of the general public, typically as part of a collaborative project with professional scientists. Even though the Living Exhibits Department...

Watching Esteban Eat…Finally

PacSci Perspectives Esteban, our nearly 15-year-old Red Tailed Boa Constrictor is a notoriously private eater. The rats we feed him always disappear, but it is a rare sight to see him eat. In fact, we feed him on Mondays, because typically there are fewer guests to...

Observation By Drawing

PacSci Perspectives Over a year ago, Animal Caretaker Katie Malmberg and Life Sciences Manager Sarah Moore were teaching Discovery Corps teens how to handle Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches with guests. Typically, at these training sessions, we ask the teens to hold the...

Painted Ladies In Our Tropical Butterfly House

PacSci Perspectives This article is republished as a reminder to educators that Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House is a safe place to release Painted Lady and other species of butterflies after your classroom experience. Our typical pupae...
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