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Here’s what’s new this week at Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House, featuring our newest resident – Ivysaur, the topiary iguana.
Here is a charming birthday note to one of our naked mole rat from a fan who has observed him over time via our webcam.
Here’s what’s new this week at Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House and more info on how you can help us with some butterfly research.
We want to know what kinds of butterflies nectar on which plants in our Tropical Butterfly House. You can help by becoming a Citizen Scientist.
This week Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House is getting an extra shipment of pupae that originally were headed to Houston but could not be delivered.
If you have stick insects as pets and don’t know how to properly dispose of them, we can help.
Meet one of the more confusing butterflies we work with, the Heraclides thoas, part of this week’s pupae shipment at PacSci’s Tropical Butterfly House.
Here’s what’s new this week at Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House. Paper Kite fans will rejoice.
After the HiHo story on Miracle Berries, Pacific Science Center has been flooded with all kinds of questions about these flavor altering little fruit. Here is a brief explanation.