WASHINGTON – A new exhibit at the National Geographic Museum promises to make a fish lover out of all of us.
Zeb Hogan found it hard to contain his enthusiasm over the exhibit, Monster Fish, which opened Friday. The biology professor and National Geographic fellow has been traveling the world for some time to put this together.
“The museum exhibit is the culmination of a 10-year project on the world’s largest fresh-water fish,” Hogan says.
Hogan took 50 trips to collect the data, pictures and examples of some of the world’s largest fish.
“There are life-sized sculptures, videos of the fish and all kinds of interactive stuff,” he says.