Museum Open House February 7, 2015

November 20, 2014

Plants and animals are the source and inspiration for the most potent poisons and medicines. The complexity of these chemicals is matched only by the complexity of behaviors, anatomies, and biologies that organisms have evolved to deploy these natural weapons. On February 7, 2015, join us at the Museum of Biological Diversity's annual Open House for “Toxic: venoms, poisons, and the organisms that make them.”
This FREE event features hands-on activities for kids and adults, live animals, an indoor treasure hunt, special displays, and tours of the collections. Lots and lots of fun! The event is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC from 10-4 on February 7, 2015. FREE PARKING.
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