February 11 - May 19, 2023
Or you might miss MPM’s newest traveling exhibit, Survival of the Slowest, from Little Ray’s Nature Centres.
At this live-animal exhibit, visitors will discover often-disregarded species that have used their disadvantages to help them survive – and even thrive – in a world where large, strong, and fast animals are often the top of the foodchain.
This world-class exhibit will feature:
- 19 habitats with live animals and plants, such as a two-toed sloth, green iguana, chameleon, and dozens of other incredible species!
- A look at the different survival strategies of various species as well as the advantages and disadvantages of their traits
- Biology concepts on survival in the animal world
- Live animal presentations and feedings with wildlife educators!
This spring, crawl over to MPM and learn to appreciate the different evolutionary paths of these incredible creatures. This exhibit will prove that chilling out and being slow can really have its advantages!
EXHIBIT EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
What’s going on in conjunction with this exhibit?
Little Ray’s Nature Centres is the largest exotic animal rescue organization in
Canada with educational programs reaching more than one million Canadians each year.
Most of the animals in this exhibition are rescues.
Made possible by:
The Karen J. Glanert Charitable Trust