Geckos: Tails to Toepads Exhibit at Boston Museum of Science
Geckos: Tails to Toepads is an interactive exhibit highlighting over 60 live geckos from around the world. The lush habitats in the exhibit draw audiences into the world of geckos. There are fun things to do and see while learning about these diverse creatures.
The Geckos: Tails to Toepads exhibit is a traveling exhibit stopping at Boston Museum of Science for 12 weeks. It is a great opportunity for kids to see a wide variety of geckos and learn about how they live and where they live. They are able to experience gecko night vision, listen to gecko voices, to spot camouflaged geckos, magnify gecko toepads, and build a custom gecko for various environments.
Come experience the bulging eyes, sticky toepads, disposable body parts and learn about these interesting creatures. There are more than 1,000 species of Geckos living across the globe from tropical beaches and rainforests to frosty mountain slopes and arid deserts. They range from nocturnal hunters to neon-colored juice eaters that scurry around in the daylight.
To witness this amazing exhibit you just have to pay one fee for all the exhibits in the museum. Adults are 22 dollars, seniors are 20 dollars and kids are 19 dollars. However, there are special discounts that can apply.
What: Geckos: Tails to Toepads Exhibit
Where: Boston Museum of Science
When: January 22, 2012- May 6, 2012
Recommended Hotel: Bulfinch Hotel
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