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Learn about carnivorous plants at the Brown Bag Seminar on October 4.
Beyond the Shop of Horrors: Carnivorous Plants with Maria Thomas
While Audrey II may be the greatest super-villain of the plant kingdom ever to grace the stage and screen, not all carnivorous plants crave world domination. In fact, many species of carnivorous plants are in decline and in need of conservation.
Discover the fascinating world of carnivorous plants just in time for the 3rd Annual Creeping, Crawling and Carnivorous Show, which opens Oct. 6 in the Botanic Garden. Assistant Curator Maria Thomas talks about the diversity of carnivorous plants, their status in the wild and even their medicinal values!
This Brown Bag seminar is open to the public and will be help in the Aquarium and Botanic Garden Education Building. No admission is required to attend the lecture.
Brown Bag Seminars
Brown Bag lectures take place twice a month (on a Thursday and a Saturday), alternating between the Aquarium/Garden and the Zoo locations. Lectures at the Zoo are included with regular admission. There is no fee to attend the lectures at the Aquarium/Garden. Call (505) 848-7180 for more information.