Santa and Reindeer on the Living Roof - 2011
Academy entomologist Dave Kavanaugh appears as Santa Claus on the California Academy of Sciences' Living Roof and introduces two new resident reindeer that will be at the Academy until January 16, 2012.
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Moe Flannery and Lee Post talk about their trials and tribulations in moving an orca whale skeleton from a beach in Northern California to the Academy of Sciences. The actual skeleton is on display, assembled by museum volunteers and staff, in the Academy Piazza.
Artists Judith and Richard Lang discuss the message behind their artwork featured in the Academy’s new Built for Speed exhibit, made from plastic debris found on local beaches.
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Academy entomologist Dave Kavanaugh appears as Santa Claus on the California Academy of Sciences' Living Roof with two new resident reindeer that are part of the 'Tis the Season for Science exhibit through January 6, 2013. Learn more
The eggs hatch! Watch as Ratite Coordinator Tim Steinmetz and Veterinarian Serena Brenner show us the Ostrich eggs hatching. More information about our Earthquake Exhibit: Earthquake: Life on a Dynamic Planet click here.
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See our baby Ostriches exercising with ratites coordinator Tim Steinmetz. More information about our Earthquake Exhibit: Earthquake: Life on a Dynamic Planet click here.