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Mission Statement

The Living Conservatory serves to educate the public about the climate, flora, and fauna of the Neotropics, and to help visitors make connections between the Neoptropics and North Carolina

Description

The Living Conservatory is a dry tropical forest exhibit located on the fourth floor of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. It features live tropical plants, a two-toed sloth, tropical butterflies, ornate wood turtles, a Stuart's milk snake, and a Honduran curly-haired tarantula. It's a very cool and fun place to volunteer.

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http://www.naturalsciences.org/exhibits/Tour/Floor4.html

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