The Milwaukee Public Museum welcomes you to their new live animal exhibit, "Survival of the Slowest," produced by Little Ray's Nature Centre, the largest exotic animal rescue in Canada.
Located on the second floor of the Milwaukee Public Museum, this traveling exhibit features 19 habitats of animals and plants from all over the world. Visitors can deepen their understanding of these wildlife creatures, their environment and well-being.
Visitors can take a self-guided tour or join wildlife educators during interactive demonstrations to learn about each animal. Learn all about a Madagascar hognose snake, a lazy boa constrictor, Thistle the hedgehog, Grump the bearded dragon, a box turtle, the Chaco golden-knee tarantula, an African spurred tortoise – the exhibit's mascot – Sash the two-toed sloth and so much more.
"Survival of the Slowest" will be here through May, open during regular Milwaukee Public Museum hours and included in general admission. On March 2, April 6 and May 4, admission will be $6 as part of Kohl's Thank You Thursdays. For more information about the exhibit, visit the MPM's website.
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