Predators and Prey: The Eternal Struggle
The world can be a brutal place - eat or be eaten. In order to deal with this constant dilemma, hunters and the hunted have evolved different strategies to give themselves a fighting chance. Join the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History on a monthly journey through time as we explore the strategies that predators and prey have used to try to keep a leg up on the competition. For ages 6-11 along with a favorite adult.
Thursdays, 6:30 p.m.
January 16 - Dining on Dinos: Long necks, sharp teeth, club tails, killer claws. Registration begins December 23.
February 20 - Meals with Megafauna: Sabertooth cats, dire wolves, mastodons, and man. Registration begins January 30.