In addition to those maneaters, youll also see the knifefish, nicknamed the Electric Fish because it produces low-voltage electricity, and the deadly stingray. Kids can even stick their hands into super-strength gloves and dig through mud, looking for the newly discovered muck fish (that should have a high ick factor) or learn about the 1,200 species of catfish that live in the Amazon from as small as an ant to as big as a bear! The exhibition features live fish, artifacts, storytelling, computer programs, live demonstrations, dance and music but dont be surprised if the primary focal point is the piranhas sharp, sharp teeth. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Through May 5. 1601 NASA Parkway. For information, call 2812442100 or visit
www.spacecenter.org. $14.95 to $18.95.
Feb. 23-May 5, 2008