Come join us and some local experts at the Natural History Society of Maryland for a fun afternoon learning about the most fascinating and informative part of the body, the skull! Skulls give clues on an animal’s dietary habits, predator/prey relationships, anatomy, biology, ecology, habitats, adaptation/evolution and behavior. Find out how to read these clues as you examine a large variety of skulls and skeletons. We will also talk about the best practices for handling and preserving animal bones.
Feel Free to bring your own collection to share and get help with identification!
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