Learning through research at the Duke Lemur Center

Join us at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences for Science Saturday!

 This Saturday (July 6) at 11am in Windows on the World on the 3rd floor of the Main Building!

Learning through research at the Duke Lemur Center

 

Speaker: Chris Smith, Education Specialist, Duke Lemur Center

The Duke Lemur Center is the world’s largest captive center for lemurs with over 250 animals living in Durham.  What exactly is a lemur and what goes on at the Duke Lemur Center? We’ll discuss lemurs, science and conservation with no shortage of adorable lemur photos!

Science Saturday programs, held in Windows on the World Theater on the first Saturday of every month, highlight the vast world of scientific research and allow attendees to interact with experts in a variety of scientific fields. All are welcome to attend- recommended for ages 8 and up.

 

If you have questions, please contact Kari Wouk at kari.wouk@naturalsciences.org.

Comments

  1. Stephen Knows Cancer

    I have to admit that I was a big fan of lemurs when I was a little kid. I can still remember pestering my mom after coming back home from a trip to the zoo because I really wanted to get one as a pet. Of course, she knew that a lemur would not make an ideal pet, but can you blame me? Next time I am in North Carolina, I will need to take the time to stop by the Duke Lemur Center!

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