Love is in the Air

A zebra longwing butterfly, usually found at the southern tip of Texas, nectars on pentas flowers at the Rosine Smith Sammons Butterfly House and Insectarium at the Texas Discovery Gardens.

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Some species of male mantises have to have their heads bitten off in order to transfer sperm to the female. Millipedes have their genitals behind their head. Come have wine and hors d’oeuvres and learn about the often bizarre world of procreation in bugs and their relatives. $60 for a couples ticket, $40 for a single ticket.

Want to enjoy our special Valentines event and include a fun program for your kids? Drop off your potty-trained child with the Education Team for a mini-camp & dinner while you enjoy your evening. $20 per child.

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