Eyes of the Wild: Animals are Out if this World

Humans should celebrate the first man on the moon. That was a huge accomplishment! BUT…. Did you know that a multitude of our animal friends had already made the trip to space long before we did? This program will feature three important scientific topics: 1) animals have been instrumental in our ability to understand space and its effects on living organisms, 2) the importance of many species’ ability to adapt to new and potentially dangerous environments, and 3) while we continue to search the universe for new habitats and life forms we should continue to conserve the uniquely precious resources we have here at home.

When: Wednesday, July 24, 6:30 PM
Where: Wayne Public Library, 461 Valley Rd, Wayne, NJ
Ages: All Ages
For more information: http://waynepubliclibrary.org or call (973) 694-4272

2019-07-24 2019-07-24 America/New_York Eyes of the Wild: Animals are Out if this World Humans should celebrate the first man on the moon. That was a huge accomplishment! BUT…. Did you know that a multitude of our animal friends had already made the trip to space long before we did? This program will feature three important scientific topics: 1) animals have been instrumental in our ability to understand space and its effects on living organisms, 2) the importance of many species’ ability to adapt to new and potentially dangerous environments, and 3) while we continue to search the universe for new habitats and life forms we should continue to conserve the uniquely precious resources we have here at home. Wayne Public Library

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