A trip to the zoo may be fun, but after a while, you may get bored of the same old sights and sounds.

Fernbank Museum will have a brand new exhibit with bizarre and fascinating animals next month.

The Amazing Animals: Built to Survive exhibit is going to blow your mind with tons of strange creatures that you've likely never see before.

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Discover the marvels of natural engineering—and see how humans can draw inspiration from the innovations of evolution.

 

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There will even be a super intriguing metallic rainbow-colored shrimp that has the ability to break through glass.

You'll even see a replica of the world's largest and most complete T. Rex, as well as fish that can project their jaws and spiders with webs stronger than steel.

Visitors of this one-of-a-kind encounter will learn about the jaw-dropping science of biomechanics in relation to these eerie specimens.

Amazing Animals debuts on October 3 and will stick around until January 21, 2020.

Access to the exhibit is included with the price of general admission tickets which cost $20 for adults.

 

Amazing Animals: Built to Survive

Price: $20

When: Oct. 3 through Jan. 21

Address: 767 Clifton Rd., Atlanta, GA

Why You Need To Go: Discover unusual animals and the biomechanics that make nature marvelous through this engaging event.


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