My son and I were visiting Arizona for the first time. We visited the museum to learn more about the desert. It was a wonderful introduction to the climate and the animals. My favorite was the underground cave, and his was seeing the beavers. I wish it had not been so hot, as we could not tolerate the 110 degree heat for long. We did manage to make it around most of the exhibits in about 2 hours, and had an interesting conversation about bats with the cave guide. I would definitely return, on a cooler day. The surrounding desert view is beautiful. A must see for anyone not familiar with desert life.
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