Our Science Communicators explain animal adaptions and biodiversity in a tropical environment.
Tropical rainforests have the greatest diversity of life on Earth. They cover less than 2% of Earth's surface, but more than 50% of the world’s plants and animals live there.
Learn how this unique habitat has affected the species living in Tūhura’s Tropical Forest, and watch as our beautiful butterflies emerge from their cocoons for the first time.
See the butterflies take their first flight to join the fluttering in the canopy.
Tūhura Tropical Forest.
Included with Tūhura Otago Community Trust Science Centre admission.