The flight room's 1,000 butterflies have been joined by over a dozen button quail to entertain kids and adults alike (they also help keep the ants and bugs in check). Butterflies from El Salvador, Ecuador, Malaysia, Suriname, The Philippines, and Costa Rica fly freely in the flight room -- if you wear brightly colored closthes, you hava a better chance of them landing on you. Eight-degree temperatures are a good place to be, especially when it's cold outside. In the marine cove, work is ongoing for a Caribbean reef and a tidal pool. Horn sharks, bamboo sharks, horseshoe crabs and southern stingrays are in the touch pool. Fresh water and salt water aquariums include cichlids from Africa, lion fish, white-mouth moray eels, zeba eels, Australian stone fish, Nemo & Dori, sea anemones, upside-down jellyfish, brittle sea stars, golden Tonga dog-faced puffer, queen angel fish, emperor re grouper, Indian sailfin tang, and more. Seahorses will also be coming back on exhibit soon. There is a library with hundreds of books and toys for the kids, as well as a theater room to view a series of seven short 5-7 minute films about the butterfly house & marine cove, a wall of over 300 species of butterflies and moths that have livewd in the butterfly flight room, gift shop and restrooms. Nearby Sertoma Park also offers a venue for picnics and kids to blow off some energy.