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Sunday, December 5, 2010
PAST: EXHIBIT: Geckos exhibit at National Geographic! Laves WED, Jan 5th, Free - $7
Today is the last day to see this show! You might even be able to get in for free! National Geographic offers free admission on Wednesdays (day-of tickets are available on a first-come first serve basis). Otherwise, regular admission is $7 general, discounts for students, seniors, military, members and kids.
More than 15 species of live geckos have set up residence at National Geographic Museum. The geckos represent species from all over the world and include such superlatives as the peacock day gecko and the satanic leaf-tailed gecko. Learn more here.
Pictured above: "Giant day gecko" Photograph by Bill Love, from National Geographic's site.