Thursday, July 15, 2010
The Flint RiverQuarium's latest exhibit is Alien Attack. The exhibit offers a top ten countdown of the most dangerous plants and animals and their threat to the area's fragile ecosystems. Live aliens are on display. Some of them include the Burmese python, Mayan cichlids, exotic frogs and more. Alien Attack also features photographs of invasive species that might be found in your own backyard, along with recommendations on what can be done to resist the invasion. A few alien plants common in Southwest Georgia are Chinese privet, coral ardisia, nandina and Japanese climbing fern. The Flint RiverQuarium is located in Albany, Georgia. Visit their website at http://www.flintriverquarium.com/.