Slugging it out for Science 17 January 2020 – Warrnambool
NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED
Solar powered, acid spitting, masters of disguise and kleptomaniac! Not the first words that pop into your head when you think of Sea-Slugs. However, when you are soft and squishy it turns out you develop some amazing life skills to ensure your survival. Share an evening with Kade Mills (Reef Watch Coordinator with the Victorian National Parks Association) as he delves into the colourful world of sea slugs. Kade will tell us about the best places to find sea slugs and nudibranchs locally and share some tips for finding these sometime elusive critters! Hear about the work citizen scientists are doing as Kade shares the results of the Sea Slug Census and of course there will be spectacular images!
This Event is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by a supervising adult.
What to Bring...
Yourself, your listening ears and all of your sea slug related questions.
Where to meet...
The meeting place for this activity is in the La Bella Room at the Pavilion Cafe, Warrnambool.
This event is wheelchair accessible