Carnegie Discoverers: The Secret Lives of Caterpillars
December 14, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
At the Museum
Kevin Keegan, PhD, Collection Manager, Invertebrate Zoology, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Bizarre, beautiful, and fascinating; The world of caterpillars abounds with amazing natural history. From predators to parasites and land to water, caterpillars do far more than just munch on your tomato plants. Hear the tales of some of the spectacular and surprising life histories of select moths and butterflies housed in our Museum’s Invertebrate Zoology Collection.
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