The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum (The Discovery) announces their exhibit, "Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants," will stay through September 5.  Fans of the 6,000 square-foot traveling exhibition from National Geographic have even more to look forward to with five species of live fish recently added and an all-new experience that explores fish native to Nevada.

Created in collaboration with Dr. Zeb Hogan, a National Geographic Explorer and University of Nevada, Reno Research Associate Professor, The Discovery has unveiled "Underwater Nevada: Connecting Fish, Water, and People." This new exhibit explores the freshwater fish, and accompanying aquatic habitats, of arid Nevada, with a special focus on Nevada’s heritage tied to conservation efforts in the state.  Funding for "Underwater Nevada" was provided by Trout Unlimited - Sagebrush Chapter, the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society and the Global Water Center at the University of Nevada, Reno.

"Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants" features stunning life-size sculptures, hands-on interactive exhibits and evocative video installations that put you face-to-face with more than 20 species — each at least six feet long or weighing in at more than 200 pounds. Museum visitors are taken on a global journey to storied river basins with Dr. Hogan on his quest to find, research and protect these freshwater giants and the habitats they call home.

To plan your visit click here.

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