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BioAdventures: Toxins in Nature (Grades 2 and 3)

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Plants and animals across the spectrum of life make, eat, and even steal various toxic substances to defend themselves and catch a meal. Explore the role that poison and venom play in the lives of these organisms and how humans harness them for good.

 

Grades 2 and 3—Saturday Workshops

BioAdventures: Toxins in Nature

Saturday, January 27
10 am–5 pm | $125 ($115 Members)

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