Naked Mole Rats Go Nationwide

PacSci Perspectives   “I’m bad, I’m nationwide.” –ZZ Top One of the top draws to our animal exhibits is always the Naked Mole Rat enclosure. The hard working and strange looking creatures really fascinate people. Thanks to our Naked Mole...

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...

Of Snakes, Honey Bee Hair And Sea Star Feet

PacSci Perspectives Our Life Sciences staff is very excited to announce we have a new corn snake on display. “His name is Brie,” says Animal Care Supervisor Lauren Bloomenthal. “We got him through the Pacific Northwest Herpetological Society.” We’ve talked before...

New Exhibit Opens In Our Reception Area

PacSci Perspectives A very small exhibit opened in Pacific Science Center’s reception area recently. The exhibit is titled “Coevolution.” It is common practice for businesses to have plants in their reception areas to create a pleasant, welcoming...
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