CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A visit to the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston can be like traveling to the island of Madagascar.
The new exhibit at the aquarium highlights the world most biodiverse island filled with lemurs, chameleons, and some of the worlds most colorful fish.
The exhibit opens on May 5th but Kate Dittloff, public relations manager for the aquarium, visited WBTV News Saturday Morning with a few of the exhibits inhabitants.
To see the speckled hognose snake and a Henkel's leaf tail gecko, watch the video on this page.
For more information about the Madagascar Journey exhibit, click here.