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Monster fish, forensics and space exploration on display

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6:00am, August 12, 2015
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BIG FISH  This sculpture greets visitors at a National Geographic exhibit about finding and protecting the world’s largest freshwater fish.

O Columbia

September 23–24, 2015

A new chamber opera places space travel in the context of American exploration, tragedy and perseverance.

Houston Grand Opera

 

Loop, Arch or Whorl

Ongoing

The forensic science exhibit is the latest hands-on activity at a museum that calls itself an amusement park for the mind.

WonderWorks, Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

 

Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants

Through October 11, 2015

Life-size sculptures of freshwater fish up to 6 meters long dot an exhibit that also features (smaller) live fish in aquariums.

National Geographic Museum, Washington, D.C.
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