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The Big Deal – Creatures Of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence At The Perot Museum 11
Photo: Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Photo: Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence traveling exhibition will be lighting up the Perot Museum of Nature and Science at Victory Park. Enter this Big Deal for a chance to win family admission for four to see the exhibition that starts Oct. 31. Winning passes are will be valid through Dec.18, 2015 except during Nov. 23-29, 2015.

Explore Earth’s extraordinary organisms that produce light, from the flickering fireflies found in backyards around the world to the glowing deep-sea fish and other fantastic creatures that illuminate the perpetually dark depths of the oceans. Guests will move through a series of re-created environments to explore bioluminescence – extraordinary organisms that generate light through a chemical reaction. Rare among organisms that live on land, the ability to glow is much more common in the ocean, where up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,000 feet are bioluminescent and where scientists continue to discover bizarre new light-emitting species. Like the crystal jelly, whose glow led to a revolution in cell biology, these deep-ocean animals may hold important clues to essential questions.

One question you might have is, “What are your other Big Deals this week.” Well, here you go. Sign up to win tickets to Strauss Square Uncovered featuring Bidi Bidi Banda, the Music of Selena at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Enjoy VIP seating to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s outdoor concert at NorthPark Center with a complimentary picnic dinner from Green House Market. Take in the Treasures from the House of Alba: 500 Years of Art and Collecting exhibition at the Meadows Museum at SMU.

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