Indiana is home to America’s largest salamander, called the Hellbender. It is only found in one Indiana river – the Blue River in Harrison County. Come learn about this amazing aquatic animal, what makes it special, and what you can do to keep its habitat clean. This hands-on program will cover its adaptations, how water pollution affects it, and how amphibians have changed over geological time using a life-size model of Ichthyostega, the oldest amphibian in the fossil record. Program free with regular museum admission - $9 age 12 and up, $7 age 5 to 11, under 5 free.
Saving America's Largest Salamander - The Hellbender
- 201 W. Riverside Dr.
- Clarksville, IN 47129
- May 25, 2019
- Falls of the Ohio State Park
- Free with regular admission - $9 age 12 and up, 5 to 11 $7, under 5 free