Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory Welcomes New ‘Survival of the Slowest’ Exhibit
A new exhibit is coming to the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory that proves that sometimes being slow, small or weak can have its advantages, even in a world where large, strong and fast animals are often at the top of the food chain!
Opening on February 15, this educational exhibit was created by Little Ray’s Nature Centre in collaboration with the Canadian Museum of Nature, will introduce guests to a variety of habitats with live animals and plants. The exhibit explores the often-overlooked species that have used their disadvantages to help them survive, such as the Two-Toed Sloth, Green Iguana, the Veiled Chameleon and dozens of other incredible species.
About Little Ray’s Nature Centres
Little Ray’s Nature Centres is the largest exotic animal rescue organization in Canada with educational programs reaching more than one million Canadians each year. Most of the animals in this exhibition are rescues. Important note: The sloth was bred by a veterinarian who raises them for education about conservation.