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Don’t Bug Me! September 25, 2022

Posted by judylobo in Zoo.
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 The exhibit Extinct and Endangered at the Museum of Natural History is fascinating, beautiful and amazing. British photographer Leon Biss has created eye popping, way larger than life (some are over 8 ft wide) photos of insects. ‘Photographs in Extinct and Endangered are created from over 10,000 individual images using a bespoke camera system and microscope objectives, with the final artworks revealing intricate details normally hidden from the human eye’. This exhibit is available with general admission tickets. Go see it and avail yourself of this photographic wonder. Speaking of photos, I am happy to announce the Central Park Zoo will once again be holding adult photo sessions after a two year hiatus. This time we feature my favorite – PUMPKINS! It is being held on Sunday October 23rd and you can sign up here. https://centralparkzoo.com/learn/adults/adult-programs. See you there!


1. Ellen lee - September 25, 2022

Looks amazing


judylobo - September 25, 2022

It truly i. It is on thru January I think


2. Mary Radice - September 25, 2022

Fabulous details….some remind me of African Art – thanks Judy!
By the way – have you ever wondered how fuzzy bees brush their hair? They manage with a Honeycomb. 🙂


judylobo - September 25, 2022



3. Joe Badalamente - September 25, 2022

I’m all itchy!


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