Members Only Evening: Survival of the Slowest
Wednesday, Oct. 27
6 - 9 p.m.
Reservations required. See it after hours!
Sometimes being slow has advantages. In “Survival of the Slowest” you’ll meet live animals such as a two-toed sloth, a green iguana, a chameleon and several other species that manage to thrive in a world where large, strong and fast animals are often at the top of the food chain. Explore dozens of habitats teeming with live plants and animals, and discover their counterintuitive adaptations and surprising strategies for survival.
An optional plated dinner is available for purchase with this event. Adult/Senior/Youth (11-18): $25; Children (3-10): $14. Separate timed tickets are required for BOTH dinner and exhibit entry; please make sure to select BOTH at checkout if interested (Exhibit Entry and Optional Dinner are listed as separate Member Events). Dinner reservation required by Oct. 15, 2021; purchase here.
Event subject to sell out due to exhibit capacity.