Nature on Display
The butterfly exhibit opens up to a large hall, full of a variety of recorded species displayed in organized segments based on species and other similar characteristics.
A gust of air rushes from the inside of the two doors leading to the outside, preventing any escaped butterflies from reaching the inside. Along the garden of various rain forest flora and local fauna is a winding path for visitors to traverse the exhibit. It surrounds tall tress, banking bridges adjacent to small waterfalls and other naturally occurring spectacles as a conglomeration of the differing types of habitats these butterflies usually inhabit.