The Animal Discovery Lab (Ages 6-12)


Friday, Aug 29, 2014 · 9:00 am


500 W. University Ave.
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COURSE DESCRIPTION: Class will start Saturday, September 6.
How can a single poison dart frog have enough venom to kill 10 grown men? Can a spiny soft shell turtle gallop like a horse? And what do munching bugs, toothbrush beetles, banana slugs, leaping fish and cannibalistic praying mantises have in common? This class will give students a chance to see what real science looks like as we combine hands-on experiments with outdoor activities to explore the fascinating world of animals. Participate in live animal encounters, seahorse forensics, specimen spotlights, identify bones, do a dissection, join us at the DNA work bench, and many other special animal projects.

Go to or call 915-747-5142 to register and only through Aug. 31st receive 10% off your registration.

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