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Animal Adaptations: Survival in the Wild

webbed-toes-duck-16472000Webbed feet, camouflaged fur, or spines on your back are all amazing ways that animals use adaptations to survive in the wild everyday. Come see firsthand how three live non-releasable animals have adaptations that help them thrive in their specific habitats.

Suggested ages: 4 to 11. Presented by Chewonki. Sponsored by Cornerstones of Science.

Wednesday, April 23, 10:30AM and 12:30PM (Choose a session). Call to register. For the comfort of the animals, space is limited.

Contact: Youth Services 725-5242 x225; kids@curtislibrary.com

Location: Morrell Meeting Room


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