Tropical Biodiversity

Discover live animals and plants from a variety of tropical habitats during this program highlighting biodiversity within tropical ecosystems, North Carolina’s connections with the New World tropics, and plant and animal strategies for survival. The program is followed by a tour of the Living Conservatory, our Central American tropical dry forest exhibit, where students can find live butterflies, turtles, a tarantula, snake, and even a two-toed sloth

Science Curriculum Correlation(s): 8.L.3, Bio.2.1, Bio.2.2

Scheduling information: Scheduling for the 2016–2017 school year begins Thursday, August 18, 2016. You must register for programs at least six weeks in advance of your group’s visit. To schedule this program, contact the Debbie Huston, Scheduling Coordinator at 919.707.9840 or submit an online Scheduling Request Form.