Year of the Sssnake!
According to Chinese Zodiac, February 10th marks the year of the snake for 2013. Snakes are often misunderstood by people, but CuriOdyssey aims to educate visitors about why snakes should be respected- not feared. Snakes are very adaptable and are found on every continent except Antarctica. Although they do not have limbs, many are excellent…Read More
Upcoming training session will take place at CuriOdyssey on Saturday, February 23, 10am-4pm SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA – February 19, 2013 – CuriOdyssey is home to Bay Area FrogWatch, a local chapter of the nationwide citizen science project, FrogWatch USA. Through this citizen science program, people in the local community can be directly involved with gathering…Read More
SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA – February 16, 2013 – CuriOdyssey’s North American porcupine, Peanut, passed away on Thursday, February 14. She was nearly 13 years old. Peanut came to CuriOdyssey in 2001 from the Utica Zoo. For some time she had been suffering from a degenerative disease of the spine called Spondylosis. CuriOdyssey wildlife staff had…Read More
New Webcam Gives a Birds-Eye View of CuriOdyssey’s Furry Friends SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA – February 7, 2013 – Native animal lovers can now watch two of CuriOdyssey’s most popular animals in the comfort of their own home. CuriOdyssey announced today the launch of its wi-fi monitoring camera, giving a birds-eye view of two visitor favorites…Read More