Category — Where in the Zoo?
So where in the Zoo was this photo taken?
In the World of the Insect building, of course!
Did you know that we were the first zoo to devote an entire exhibit building to insects? World of the Insect opened back in 1978 and was honored with an Association of Zoos & Aquarium Exhibit Award. Showcasing a variety of six-legged species from bullet ants to taxicab beetles, the exhibit aims to foster an appreciation and respect for these amazing creatures. [Read more →]
February 16, 2012 No Comments
So where in the Zoo was this photo of a petrified log taken? In the Dinosaur Garden!
This petrified log came from a tree that lived over 150 million years ago. Its trunk was buried in a muddy swamp and the wood was slowly replaced by minerals in the water. [Read more →]
February 9, 2012 1 Comment
So where in the Zoo was this picture taken?
In the P & G Discovery Forest!
The 4,500-square-foot P&G Discovery Forest is a tropical rainforest housed in a unique, three-story circular atrium as part of the Harold C. Schott Education Center that opened in 1996. I was so fortunate to be able to work on the interpretive graphics and interactives for this exhibit. [Read more →]
February 2, 2012 No Comments