Saturday, September 8, 2012
Born to be Wild is an inspiring story of love, dedication and the remarkable bond between humans and animals. Viewers are transported into the lush forests of Borneo with world-renowned primatologist Dr. Birute Galdikas before being whisked away to the rugged Kenyan savannah as they follow elephant...
Friday, September 7, 2012
We all know about the story involving the groundhog and its shadow, but there's more to this rodent than that tale. Enjoy some fun groundhog facts to ring in Groundhog Day!
Ssssssssome people are scared of snakes, but why? Here are some cool facts about snakes and your chances of a snakey run in with these reptiles in the state of Virginia
Cool trends come and go – a lot has changed in the last few decades, especially in the Arctic.
On this day we celebrate romance, love, and loyalty. These concepts extend past the human species. Check out a couple of examples of animals that mate for life. We hope you all have a good Valentine's Day!
Crabs can be found almost all over this planet! Here in Virginia one of the most well known crabs is the Blue Crab, but how much do you know about our local crustaceans?
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Come face-to-face with Corn Snakes, Eastern Box Turtles, and other reptiles and amphibians in Virginia ecosystems. Meet scorpions and arthropods like the Madagascar Hissing Cockroach and Rose Hair Tarantula. Live Animal Lab presentation times vary daily. Please check our schedule upon...
Dive below the surface and explore an exciting underwater world. Get your hands wet with water samples. Peer at invertebrates and leaf debris through a microscope and learn how to separate them. EcoLab presentation times vary daily. Please check our schedule upon arrival.
Basketball loving rats, snakes and a variety of insects inhabit the Museum. Visit today and uncover the secret lives of our creatures.