The Butterfly Rainforest is such an aesthetically pleasing addition to the Florida Museum of Natural History. Walking through the exhibit outdoors changes the normal atmosphere for museums. Seeing the butterflies and birds while walking through the exhibit was such a different experience. The design of the exhibit allows for constant flow of traffic and live interaction with the exhibit. The gallery exemplifies the habitat butterflies live in especially during these cold temperatures. Seeing the live butterflies is definitely different then seeing them preserved behind a glass. The Florida Museum of Natural History has so many interactive exhibits; it attracts more customers and more people are able to learn about their world. Being around so many people learning about the exhibits makes the experience of the museum even better.
Leopold believes in the conservation of land, and this concept should be widespread. We use this planet as if we can replace the earth in 100 years, but unfortunately, we can not. This exhibits shows how plants can take over the earth. Usually plants can make life more abundant on this planet, but the way global warming is affecting the earth, plants are dying. Walking through the exhibit made me realize how important it is to appreciate the planet we live, and make an effort to take care of the earth. The museum allows for the visitors walk through the exhibit, watch a video about the exhibit, and see how the plants have deteriorated the different structures. After exiting the exhibit, I realized the importance to take care of our planet, and the smallest of things can help our earth.