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TISA students: Creepy, crawly fun

Story and photo by Megan Avina
For The Taos News
Posted 11/21/18

If you haven’t visited the Harrell House Bug Museum since it moved into a much larger space in the DeVargas Center (Santa Fe), now is the time to do it. It’s a great indoor activity full …

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TISA students: Creepy, crawly fun

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If you haven’t visited the Harrell House Bug Museum since it moved into a much larger space in the DeVargas Center (Santa Fe), now is the time to do it. It’s a great indoor activity full of live creepy crawly critters that kids are able to hold.

Students from the Taos Integrated School of the Arts made their yearly visit to their favorite destination. What’s on the menu you ask? Well, for starters giant Millipedes, tarantulas, Madagascar hissing cockroaches and a class favorite, whip scorpions, otherwise known as Vinegaroons, a name earned by the pure acetic acid that sprays upon their attackers! The museum also includes more “cuddly” critters, such as turtles, lizards, snakes and Venus flytraps!

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