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Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House has reopened after our annual closure/renovation. Here’s a list of our newest residents.
Our Tropical Butterfly House is closed Sept. 10-14. This week’s shipment of pupae will be on display when we reopen Sept. 15.
The exhibits team at PacSci are finding ways to bring the awe and wonder of the Tropical Butterfly House to those with low or no vision.
Our weekly list of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House includes a species famous for drinking ‘tears’ of turtles.
Do you like to observe butterflies and want to learn more about them? Butterfly watching is a fast growing hobby and our Tropical Butterfly House is a good place to start!
This week’s list of new arrivals at our Tropical Butterfly House includes a quick butterfly anatomy lesson. Do you know where butterflies’ ears are?
This week’s pupae shipment from Costa Rica includes Anartia fatima (Banded Peacock), a species we rarely get. We’re excited to welcome a batch this week.
In this week’s Fresh Sheet we explain why butterflies and other pollinators may enjoy those withering blossoms on your garden plants, even if you don’t.
Pacific Science Center’s most famous residents would have to be our butterflies. Millions of guests have strolled through our Tropical Butterfly House over the years. But our naked mole rats generate the most puzzled questions from our guests, many of whom never heard...