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Wild Science Arrives at Henry Carter Hull Library

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Participants in the Animal Anatomy: Form and Function at Henry Carter Hull Library learned how wild animals see, hear, move, smell, and eat. Photo courtesy of Sarah Borgnis-Tobin

Participants in the Animal Anatomy: Form and Function at Henry Carter Hull Library learned how wild animals see, hear, move, smell, and eat. (Photo courtesy of Sarah Borgnis-Tobin)

In June, students in grades 2 to 6 became youth scientists at Henry Carter Hull Library to learn how wild animals see, hear, move, smell, and eat with the help of STEAM Coolologist Claudia Esposito. Through hands-on experiments at Animal Anatomy: Form and Function, guests explored animal science and learned about the eyes, ears, tails, and beaks of various creatures.

For information about upcoming events and programs, including Summer Reading fun and prizes for all ages, stop by the library at 10 Killingworth Turnpike in Clinton, call 860-669-2342, or visit hchlibrary.org.



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