Thinking about the millions of organisms living among us on land and also below us in water can be overwhelming. Seeing these organisms in model-form or even live is a different experience. The Perot Museum of Nature and Science (2201 N. Field St.) presents a special exhibit highlighting nature’s bioluminescence creatures. Think the flickering fireflies during your summer barbecue. And then think about the glowworm webs in New Zealand’s Waitomo caves, or the lighting on the coral walls of the Cayman Island’s Bloody Bay. There are millions of bioluminescence organisms that use their light to attract mates, lure prey, or combat predators. Now is your chance to explore them at the Creatures of Light exhibit running through Feb. 16. Tickets are $18 to $26 for non-members of the museum. Call 214-428-5555 for more information.
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