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Live Penguins at the Natural History Museum

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Who doesn't love Penguins--those adorable waddling creatures. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about penguins at the July 10 Wild, Wild World program, where you’ll be able to see and interact with a live Black-Footed Penguin.

Jarod Miller, host of nationally syndicated television series “Animal Exploration with Jarod Miller” will discuss the habitats and behaviors of these “extreme climate” animals, including surprising facts about where they live and what kind of parents they make. Learn about animals that thrive in extreme environments and how climate change threatens their survival.Come with questions and be prepared to march away experts!


Wild, Wild World: Live Penguins

Saturday, July 10, 11 am–noon and 1–2 pm

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