Come up close with rabbits, guinea pigs, hedgehogs and goats. Learn how to use gentle hands with a rabbit. Children will also figure out, on their own, the best way to pick leaves to feed a goat.
Through storytelling, students will learn how the deadliest monster – plastic waste – finds its way to the environment and harm local wildlife, like the otters.
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Unlike us, insects and other invertebrates do not have backbones. Come face to face with some of these spineless creatures that wear their skeletons on the outside and unearth interesting facts about them. Get a chance to feel a stick insect, a hissing cockroach or a giant millipede, if you dare!
Through this hands-on session, children learn about pet responsibility and how to be gentle with animals. They also enjoy the opportunity to get up close to a fallabella, the world’s smallest breed of horse, feed the goats and learn to care for rabbits.