October 15, 2 to 3pm

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Sharks are awesome and tend to get a lot of attention in the media. However, they are often

misrepresented and misunderstood. Join the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy to learn about sharks from the experts.  Help to assemble a life-size puzzle of a juvenile white shark and a life-size puzzle of an adult white shark. Learn how sharks grow and change from juvenile to adult and what is required for them to grow. With examples of shark teeth to discuss how feeding and diet change, this program will demonstrate how sharks need food to grow and swim!  Investigating similarities and differences between white sharks and whales, boney fish, seals, and more, participants will develop an understanding of how marine animals utilize and travel the Cape waters in various ways.  

Drop-in, no registration required.  Designed for children ages 6 and up

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