Carnegie Museum extends ‘Reptiles: Live!’
Colorful lizards, turtles, snakes and crocodiles — Oh My!
The creatures will be around a little longer at the exhibit “Reptiles: LIVE!” at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Oakland.
The museum has extended the exhibit through Memorial Day on May 27.
There are live animal shows at 2:15 p.m. daily and 6:30 p.m. on Thursdays.
Have you seen Reptiles: LIVE! yet? Visit our temporary exhibition to learn why snakes aren't so scary and meet other cool reptiles like chameleons and skinks! https://t.co/XytTfOowsw
Reptiles: LIVE! is presented by Green Mountain Energy and sponsored by Baeirl Toyota. pic.twitter.com/kV5bwd9XxM
— Carnegie Museum of Natural History (@CarnegieMNH) April 3, 2019
Response to this has been “overwhelmingly positive” the museum said in a news release.
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