The Arizona Science Center is opening a new and immersive experience this Saturday called “The Survival of the Slowest”, which aims on educating people about slow animals. This group of species is often overlooked and throughout centuries, they have used their disadvantages to help them survive in a world where large, strong, and fast animals are often at the top of the food chain.
Ticketholders will be able to get an up-close and personal look at wildlife and educational presentations featuring a live sloth, hedgehog, iguana and more! Guests of all ages will have the opportunity to discover all of the secrets these slow animals hold, including the puzzling sides of their evolution and adaptation.
Animals on display:
- Linnaeus’ Two-toed Sloth
- Red-Footed Tortoise
- Green Iguana
- Four-Toed Hedgehog
- Bearded Dragon
- Ball Python
Note: This is a bilingual exhibition available in English and Spanish.
Check out more details at the Arizona Science Center website.
When: 📅 February 5 – August 7, 2022
Where: 📍Arizona Science Center
Admission: 🎟Members $6.95 🎟 General Admission $8.95 🎟Children under 3 are free
Featured image by Deb Dowd from Unsplash.