Date(s) - 11/06/2016
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
UPDATE: This event is full, but if you would like to be on a wait list, we can notify you if a space opens up (email address below).
Join us at Trent University where Susan Chow will teach us how to identify the skulls of animals found in Ontario. We’ll learn about clues that biologists use to determine whether the skull belongs to a predator or prey species, the type of foods the animal ate, how it moved around, how old the animal was, whether it had any injuries, and more.
While this event is free, registration is required as spaces are limited (book a space below). Specific location details will be provided to registrants.
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