Curated by Australian Museum and Dr Linda S. Rayor, Dept. Entomology, Cornell University
Spiders – From Fear to Fascination is a face-to-face interactive encounter with over 250 real spider specimens, live exhibits and rigorous contemporary science. This combination of immersion and information showcases the latest spider science that allows the visitor an up-close glimpse into the fascinating world of spiders. Produced and toured by the Australian Museum, Spiders – From Fear to Fascination leads visitors on a journey, helping them to better understand, respect – and even admire – their arachnid neighbours. Presenting some of the most current, ground-breaking science, the exhibition weaves together stories ranging from spiderwebs to wandering spiders and ancient family trees through to modern cohabiting colonies. This is the place for your visitors to get closer and see the natural world from a different perspective.
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Collection and interpretation
Past and Future Venues
18 April - 2 September 2019 Montreal Science Centre, Canada 136,000 visitors
16 June 2018 - 6 January 2019 Royal Ontario Museum, Canada 224,000 visitors