VENOM Exhibit Open at the Butterfly Conservatory

VENOM Exhibit Open at the Butterfly Conservatory

Until May 12, the Butterfly Conservatory will be hosting the VENOM exhibit—displaying venomous species from around the world. With the popular interpreter Kevin Dungey, aka “Caiman Kevin”, from Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo of Ottawa, the VENOM exhibit offer children a unique and interactive experience with animals. Educating the public on the myths and safety realities of dangerous animals, the VENOM exhibit is an enlightening event for all.

The exhibit includes tarantulas, scorpions, highly poisonous toads, rattlesnakes, vipers and one of only two king cobras on display in Canada. The event is for all ages and is relatively hands-on, allowing all kids to learn the various aspects of venomous and poisonous animals. With March break soon approaching, it would be a great opportunity to head down to the Butterfly Conservatory.

For more information visit http://www.niagaraparks.com/garden-trail/butterfly-conservatory.html#Venom