Live Animal Presentation
Explore the adaptation, behaviors, and ecology of animals, as well as the environments they live in, with the furry, feathered, and scaly residents of our Live Animal Care Center.
The Museum's AZA-accredited Live Animal Care Center supports a collection of over 120 individual animals and several colonies of invertebrates that make nearly 4,000 program appearances annually.
Seating is first come, first served.
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- American Sign Language Interpretation Available Upon RequestPlease contact the Accessibility Coordinator at email@example.com with a minimum of two weeks' notice.
- Assistive Listening Devices Available At Information Desk
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Massachusetts curriculum connections
- Science and Technology/EngineeringLife Science (preK-8) Adaptations of Living Things
- Science and Technology/EngineeringLife Science (preK-8) Characteristics of Living Things
- Science and Technology/EngineeringLife Science (preK-8) Living Things and Their Environment
- National curriculum connections
- Life ScienceRegulation and behavior (Grade: 5 – 8)
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