Science North

- Science Center

Spotted Turtle Aquarium
A themed environment to showcase the animals natural habitat was achieved utilizing artificial rock, mud and plants
porcupine habitat
The porcupine habitat consists of a natural limestone walled enclosure along with natural trees for the Porcupine to climb.
Bull Frog Aquarium
A themed environment to showcase the animals natural habitat was achieved utilizing artificial rock, mud and plants.
Snapping Turtle Aquarium
A themed environment to showcase the animals natural habitat was achieved utilizing artificial rock, mud and plants
Snapping turtle Aquarium
A themed environment to showcase the animals natural habitat was achieved utilizing artificial rock, mud and plants
Beaver Habitat
Science Norths Drifter was a rescue animal with a lame foot. Rockscapes built a suitable habitat and den to accommodate his needs.
Outter beaver Pond
The Beaver den is connected through an underwater tunnel attached to a pond filled with fish and a mud bank where natural trees can be placed.
Beaver Habitat
The artificial rock and mud bank for the beaver to eat and chew down small trees
The Forest Exhibit - White Pine
An educational station to educate visitors about the different trees in the area. An artificial tree - White Pine
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    Bull Frog Aquarium

    A themed environment to showcase the animals natural habitat was achieved utilizing artificial rock, mud and plants.