Visitors can count on meeting and touching, if they dare, some of the smaller and slimier
insects, reptiles and amphibians of the rainforest.
Lord Mandelson bends over in shock; EMPTY FLASK Activist Leila Deen after the attack; SLIMIER
SIDE OF POLITICS Ted Heath soaked in paint on first day as PM, 1970; Lord Archer gets more porridge, Manchester, 2005; Paint strikes Tory Chairman Brian Mawhinney in 1998; Deputy PM John Prescott soaked at the Brits in 1998; Education Secretary Ruth Kelly egged, Salford, 2006
The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards UK is back for its second year and is set to be slimier
, starrier and more sensational than ever.
And his letter is snivelling - far slimier
than the creepy-crawlies when he was in the jungle on I'm a Celebrity.
This smart, authentic-looking drama reveals the slimier
side of the advertising industry in early-60s America.
Both were nearly upstaged by Paul Rhys as Peter Mandelson, slimier
than a drain full of eels.
Aiding and abetting the governor in her quest is cordoruy-man Dr Thomas Waugh - sorry, Helen, but he's even slimier
In fighting to save endangered species, scientists have always bemoaned the fact that it is the good-looking animals - the so-called charismatic megafauna - that get all the attention, while the uglier, slimier
critters become metaphors for the environmental movement in Pat Buchanan's stump speeches.