California Academy of Sciences Unveils Butterfly Observation Deck

Beginning Friday, visitors will be allowed up to the very top of the indoor rain forest to see a project in the making for more than a year at the California Academy of Sciences.

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Tim Wong, a biologist at the California Academy of Sciences takes a picture of a new addition to the four-story indoor rain forest. (Published March 2, 2017)
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Beginning Friday, visitors will be allowed up to a new floor in California Academy of Sciences' indoor rain forest. Two men sit outside the academy, located within Golden Gate Park. (Published March 2, 2017)
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Tim Wong, a biologist at the California Academy of Sciences releases butterflies ahead of a public opening of the butterfly observation gallery in the indoor rain forest. (Published March 2, 2017)
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Tim Wong, a biologist at the California Academy of Sciences releases butterflies ahead of a public opening of the butterfly observation gallery in the indoor rain forest. (Published March 2, 2017)
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Tim Wang, a biologist at the California Academy of Sciences takes a picture of a new addition to the four-story indoor rain forest. (Published March 2, 2017)
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Tim Wong, a biologist at the California Academy of Sciences adjusts a piece on the living wall, situated in a new butterfly observation gallery open to the public Friday. (Published March 2, 2017)
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