Every skull tells a story, revealing how vertebrate animals live, die, and ultimately, evolve. In Skulls, the new exhibit at San Francisco's California Academy of Sciences, you can walk along a wallscape of sea lion skulls, watch a live colony of dermestid beetles demonstrate their “bone cleaner” skills, and learn how scientists use the Academy’s vast collection of skulls to uncover clues about life on Earth.
Want to see it for free? To be in with a chance, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Skulls" that contains your full name and mailing address. From all entries we'll randomly select two winners for a pair of tickets worth $69.90!
Deadline to enter is Tuesday, June 10 at 9am. Winners will be notified by e-mail on Tuesday morning, and tickets will be mailed out. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter. These tickets allow entry to the front of the building during daytime hours only, and are not valid for NightLife.
California Academy of Sciences
55 Music Concourse Dr.
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco CA, 94118