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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Part 1: Monte L. Bean Museum BYU

Last night for family night we went to the Monte L. Bean Museum at BYU. We saw a reptile show there and looked around the museum. This isn't a museum of art, but a museum of natural history; lots of things have been to a taxidermist. That part is a little on the creepy side to me, but I do think the animals are very beautiful; just creepy-weird at the same time. I don't like to show and tell dead things, so most of my pictures are of a millipede and the reptile show, and a few not alive items, very few.

Show item, thing, creature up for show and tell is this millipede, this is not a centipede which is the poisonous type. Yes, those are my three little girls with their hands all over that gigantic bug. The squeals and shrieks and giggles that they made was pretty funny to hear. I am referring to the girls, not the bug off course; it didn't make any sound. The girls could hardly wait to touch it. Then they had so much fun letting it crawl across their hands. All those little feet where just so ticklish to the palm of the kids hands. You wouldn't have thought that these kids who are terrified of spiders, ants and other little , tiny creepy crawlies, would let a bug, especially this bug, within twenty feet of them.

For those who are into prettier insects, look at this one, really large butterfly, or is it 100's of little butterflies. Click on the big picture and look at the close up; this was just amazing to me. I will post more tomorrow from the museum.

I am off to spend a day at the hospital with my daughter.

1 comment:

  1. Wow Those are sure ugly. But the butterfly was nice. Thanks for commenting on Hello from Nevada


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