New Additions at the Eden Animal Experience

by Creation Museum on June 27, 2019

Last summer, we welcomed Boomer, a Bennett’s wallaby, to the Eden Animal Experience. And, this summer, we are excited to introduce you to our newest additions! Meet our new animals and find out how you can learn more about our animals below.

BamBam—Bennett’s Wallaby Joey

The newest addition to our wallaby mob here at the Creation Museum is BamBam! He is a six-month-old Bennett's wallaby joey and is currently 9 pounds of pure cuteness.

BamBam the Wallaby at the Eden Animal Experience

BamBam and Boomer are currently getting used to each other. You might get an opportunity to meet them during your next visit to the Eden Animal Experience or inside the museum during one of our Animal Encounters!

8 Malaysian Serama Chicks

Our adorable new Malaysian Serama chicks are now on exhibit at the Eden Animal Experience! These eight chicks were hatched around Easter to the museum’s two Malaysian Serama hens, Wanda, and Miss Frizzle.

Malaysian Serama Chicks at the Eden Animal Experience

As they grow up, they'll be able to interact with guests more in the petting area of the zoo! Each of the babies has been named after chocolate treats: KitKat, Snickers, Twix, Rolo, Hershey, Dove, Cookie, and Tootsie.

Did You Know?

Did you know that you can learn more about our animals in the Eden Animal Experience and even help our staff create an enrichment item? Our zoo team is ready to help you learn about our animals from a biblical perspective during our three Discover programs: Creepy Crawlies, Let’s Build Animal Enrichment, and Animal Encounters!

Animal Encounter in the Creation Museum

Our Discover programs are free with your admission to the Creation Museum. Check our daily calendar to see what is happening during your visit.

Start planning your trip to the Creation Museum today, and be sure to stop by the Eden Animal Experience to meet BamBam, our new chicks, and our other animals. Share your favorite photos of our animals with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #creationmuseum.