Meet the Puffers! Members of the puffer fish family can change their shape dramatically.
These animals often look like a typical fish, but when they are alarmed they take in water, or air and inflate themselves to avoid being eaten.
Horseshoe crabs are not true crabs; they are related to spiders and scorpions.
They lay their eggs on beaches, have copper-based blue blood that is used by scientists to diagnose diseases, and they are considered living fossils as they have been on Earth for over 200 million years!
You can solve puzzles, test your knowledge against the experts and your friends.
Special class times and topics for group discussions are posted at the Discovery Center.
Additional specialized programs are also available for students, teachers, and other social groups.