Sloths, snakes, lizards come to the Arizona Science Center

Sloths, snakes, lizards come to the Arizona Science Center

It is set to open on Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022, and will be on display for six months, currently scheduled through Aug. 7, 2022.

Story Highlights:

  • “Survival of the Slowest” will also showcase species that are not just slow, but sometimes viewed as small or weak, and how that can be advantageous.

  • More than 20 animals will be on display, including various snakes, tortoises, chameleons, geckos, lizards, and bearded dragons. There will also be live demonstrations with a pair of two-toed sloths, a green iguana, a red-footed tortoise, and a Four-toed hedgehog, a news release said.

“Guests will get to see these intriguing animals and take time to consider how they survive and interact with their world,” said Dean Briere, CEO of Arizona Science Center, in a statement.

Everyone two years and older are required to wear a mask inside the science center, part of its COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Admission to the science center is $15 for kids, aged 3-17, and $20 for adults. Entry to the new exhibit will be an additional $7 for members and $9 for non-members. Museum hours are 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. every day.

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