“Open and free to the public”
Snakes alive! Kids, families and other brave souls are invited to view a campus exhibit of snakes and amphibians in Stewart Hall. As an educational or chilling experience (depending on your perspective), the exhibit identifies the reptiles and amphibians likely to be encountered in Missouri. Visitors will see about 20 species of native snakes, including all of Missouri’s venomous reptiles — cottonmouths, copperheads and three varieties of rattlesnakes. Non-venomous species ready to greet the public are milk snakes (red and brown), rat snakes, bull snakes, garter snakes, king snakes, hog nose snakes and green snakes. Two alligator snapping turtles, examples of North America’s largest fresh-water turtles, are among the 10 turtle species ready for viewing.
Small but very cool. Also there is a large display of stuffed animals in the conservation dept.
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