Heads up, science lovers! Science World in Vancouver is gearing up to unveil a new exhibition next week, and it’s all about the Arctic! That’s right, you can remind yourself that winter could be much, much colder. Let’s see what it’s all about.

Called ‘Arctic Voices’, the exhibition was created by Sudbury’s Science North Museum, in partnership with the Canadian Museum of Nature. The exhibits include elements of Arctic ecology and wildlife, plus the people and their way of life.

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We think the tundra is just about the most metal biome on earth, since it combines desert-like conditions with freezing cold temperatures. So, we’re pretty curious ourselves about what goes on up there. Plus, it would be cool to learn more about auroras.

The new Arctic Voices exhibition kicks off on February 11th! Click the link below for more info, folks, and enjoy this new option coming to the city.

Arctic Voices

When: Opens Thursday, February 11th
Where: 1455 Quebec Street
Cost: $27.62, reserve your timeslot online