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Phone (215) 299-1000
Price Free
Age Suitability Kids and up
Category Museums
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Wednesday, Jul 3, 2013 9:00a
Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, PA

Fine art photographer Mark Laita has traveled the world to photograph the beauty and danger of the world’s most deadly snakes, from the Honduran milk snake to the black Pakistan cobra. This selection of a dozen colorful and alluring photographs from his latest book, Serpentine, depicts what he calls “the sensual attractiveness” of serpents, whose mystery and symbolism have fascinated humanity for thousands of years. Free with museum admission.

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Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 299-1000
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