Four-class session: Saturdays, February 2, March 2, April 6 and May 4, 2013
Discover amazing adaptations of some of the world’s most unique animals. This four-part series covers everything from the twisted tails of Bolivian gray titi monkeys to the enormous ears of the fluffy fennec fox.
- Session 1—Fascinating Feet: Feet help animals move through the world in different ways, from digging to running to swimming.
- Session 2—Tip-Top-Tails: Tails help animals do ordinary to extraordinary things, from swatting away flies to holding onto branches!
- Session 3—Interesting Ears: Specialized ears help animals find food and avoid adversaries, aiding survival in the wild!
- Session 4—Intriguing Eyes: I spy some intriguing eyes! Studying eyes—lashes and lids, big and small—can tell us a lot about an animal’s lifestyle.
9–11 a.m., 1–3 p.m.
$24 ($20 for members)
For children ages 4–5