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Skins, Skulls and Skills (Metroparks program)

Toeldo library (metropark program)

Skins, Skulls and Skills (Metroparks program)

Thursday, July 12

2:00pm – 3:00pm


Discover the variety of mammals that live in Ohio today and what lived here long ago. Examine close up the skins and skulls of Ohio’s most common warm-blooded animals.Students will use dichotomous keys and other ways to compare animals and their activities.


AGE GROUP: | School Age | Preschool | Children |

Washington location, Meeting Room B

TAGS: | Performances |  Washington,5560 Harvest Lane,Toledo,OH,43623

Washington Library