Children Ages 3-5 *STEAM Programming
Workshop Leader: Rachel Speckenbach, South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO) Environmental Educator
In order to survive, animals need to be able to find food and avoid being food themselves. Animals have many different features and traits that help them survive in their environment. This is called an adaptation. When their markings or features allow an animal to blend in with their surroundings, it’s called camouflage. This program will show how prey animals hide from predators using camouflage and participants will then learn how they too can hide in plain sight. Materials fee $2
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