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Next date: Friday, 12 April 2024 | 10:00 AM
to 11:00 AM
All creatures that the world has to offer should be explored. However, some are a little small and often go unseen. During this Bugs Gone Wild presentation you will meet many Australian invertebrates such as stick insects, giant burrowing cockroach, millipede, centipede, scorpions, spiders and so much more. You will learn about where they live, what they like to eat, how some of them can change and why they play an important role in our ecosystems.
Note: Although the children will be able to get up close to some of the animals, this workshop does not include the opportunity for children to hold animals for photo opportunities.
IMPORTANT IMFORMATION BEFORE YOU REGISTER
You must secure a ticket for all children and supervising adults attending. If you can't secure all the ticket types you require at the time of registration please do not book. Each workshop is set to a maximum capacity. Do not book children on adult tickets.
Supported by Division 2
Presented by Wild Rangers.
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