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How whales sing for their supper

Saturday, 15 March, 2014 - 10:00 to 14:00
St Ayles
Harbourhead
Anstruther
Fife
KY10 3AB
United Kingdom
Meet the scientists who follow and investigate whales. Find out what it sounds like 1000m deep in the ocean. Learn how some whales find food just by making sounds and listening for echoes. Demonstrations and hands-on activities led by Dr Mark Johnson and his team from St Andrews University.
Booking details: 
No advance booking required.
Category: 
Biodiversity, Biology, Environmental Science, Nature
Age group: 
Adults, All, Children (outside of school), Families, Under 5's
Contact details
Linda
Fitzpatrick
Public
enquiries@scotfishmuseum.org
01333 310628
Twitter: 
@scotfishmuseum
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