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For those of us who’ve always wondered how seahorses mate, the Vancouver Aquarium proudly presents The Secret Sex Lives of Animals.
The adults-only, after-hours exhibit on Sept. 19 explores mating rituals of some of the Aquarium’s more than 70,000 creatures. It’s also designed to give grown ups a chance to wander the galleries and exhibits in peace without hundreds of kids racing madly from the otters to the belugas and the jellyfish.
Fitting of the sophisticated affair, wine and beer will be available, as well as canapes to munch on while you browse. Guests will be treated to an R-rated scientific talk from the aquarium’s staff vet, an interactive learning show with live animals (hopefully, G-rated) and a “seahorse romance” program to catch up on the challenges of aquatic mating.
You’ll also have the run of the place. Continue reading:
Adults-Only: Secret Sex Lives of Animals at Vancouver Aquarium