Animal lovers choose a travel destination and begin an adventure.  You will have to pass through customs, but before you do, make sure you know what souvenirs you can bring back. One, two, three… what a change of scene!  There you are in an exotic bazaar, where animals are at the basis of many offered products. Clothing or souvenir stalls, exotic animals’ caves, street cooking, apothecary… one will try to tempt you. You will discover which animals are the most threatened by trade. Will you be of those who will contribute to their disappearance by bringing back an illegal travel souvenir? We will know, when you pass through customs.

 

Technical information

Ideal space:
  • 125 square meters or 1,345 square feet
  • 2,45 meters or 8 feet high ceiling
  • 22 square meters or 235 square feet to store the 10 transport crates and 2 dolleys
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Partners

A production of:

Zoo de Granby

Realized by:

In collaboration with:

With the generous contributions of:

Patrimoine canadien - Heritage Canada

For information or reservation

Manon Lebeau
Exhibition Tour Coordinator
Tel.: 819 564-3200 ext. 226
Toll free: 1 877 434-3200 ext. 226
Fax: 819 564-0287

Itinerary

 
Host sites:
  • Museum of Nature and Science, Sherbrooke, QC - May 13 to September 7 2010
  • Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton, AB - February 5 to May 1st 2011
  • Marie-Fitzbach cultural centre, Saint-Georges de Beauce, QC - July 7 to August 28 2011
  • Musée de la Gaspésie, Gaspé, QC - February 17 to May 19 2012
  • Ville de Blainville, Service des loisirs, QC - May 25 to June 28 2012
  • Museum of Natural History, Halifax, NS - September 17 2012 to January 13 2013
  • Exploration Place, Prince Georges, BC - January 23 to March 31 2013
  • Musée d'archéologie de Roussillon, La Prairie, QC - February 13 to June 27 2014
  • Montreal Science Center, Montreal, Qc - December 11 2015 to March 13 2016