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Check out the rockhoppers, gentoos and king penguins inside the Oceans building!
The rockhoppers are the smallest species — the ones with the yellow feathers jutting out from their heads.
Upon entering the gallery, visitors are immediately greeted by a rectangular grid of 23 different live streams, projected against a large white barrier that stands in the center of the room.
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is a can’t-miss living exhibit that features hundreds of free-flying butterflies and birds from around the world along with an assortment of other animals including turtles and fish to experience firsthand. residents/college students | seniors | ages 3-17 Additional Ticket Options, Discounts & Admission Information The lush landscape is planted in tropical trees and colorful flowering plants amid waterfalls and a walking path.
Skilled interpretive staff are available to help answer questions and provide visitors with a personal and highly engaging experience. View a variety of tropical butterflies up close as they feed on trays of fresh cut fruit.
Deep in the heart of Europe sits a massive display full of live camera feeds from all over the world.
Visitors drop by to peer in on unsuspecting strangers, staring blankly at scenes both intimate and banal — sleeping babies, pedestrians, empty storefronts.