Cold-Blooded Creatures -- Thursday July 26, 2012: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm -- Traverwood Branch -- Grades K-12


Experience live snakes, toads, salamanders, and turtles and learn more about their adaptations, behavior, and physical structure with Leslie Science & Nature Center staff. Also, learn more about the aquatic invertebrates that live in the summer exhibit at Traverwood! This event is intended for graded K-12.

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Sounds interesting, though I will probably know everything


I hope I can go, but I probably can't. :(


This sounds interesting. I hope I can go!


I think I'll have to check this out, although it's not actually intended for my age group. If nothing else I can get the summer game code.


Yeah...I'm not sure if I can go either.


that sounds really fun. i like touching snakes.


Yeah it was fun. They did not get to touch the snake though. There were centipedes, a snake, a roach, a spider, a moth caterpillar, and a tarantula! (the kids loved this)


You could have touched a snake on Huron River Day. I did. It tickled, since I held it in my hand


Oh, I just realized it was on the 26th...


This is a super cool event! I love nature and things like that and I think this is a great chance for kids to learn about animals and their habitats. Don't forget to help the earth whenever u can. That way we can protect the animals and their habitats.


I wish I could have gone. :(


Me too.....


Wow!