Some animals are predators and some animals are prey. This relationship is one of the most important in nature, determining who survives to live another day. But what are the anatomical differences that decide an animal’s fate?
Join Bristol Museums’ Learning team to discover how predator and prey animals are adapted to their need to hunt or escape. Using amazing 3D photographic imagery we can get inside the bodies of the animals to explore their skulls, teeth and skeletons. Prepare to be amazed!
How to take part
This free, online webinar will be held over Zoom. Please book your place below. Details of how to join the session will be in your registration email. Please check your spam folder if the email does not arrive.
Visit the Zoom website for guidance on joining meetings. Please allow extra time before the webinar begins to make sure everything is working correctly. Please make sure that you turn off your video and all participants will be muted once the event begins.
There will be time at the end of the presentation for a short question session, so you are welcome to ask questions in the chat box throughout the event or you can email them in advance to [email protected]
Maximum of one ticket per school.
Bookings close at noon 12th October.
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