March 20, 2014

Predators & Prey at the UM Museum of Natural History

 On Saturday, March 22, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. families can explore the UM Museum of Natural History (Ruthven Museums Building - 1109 Geddes Ave., 48109) during a special Predators and Prey Discovery Day.

The special day-long free event at the Museum will explore the interactions of predatory animals and their prey from prehistory to today. Learn about what can fossils from India tell us about the world. Find out how humans affect predator/prey relationships. Ages 5-99 will enjoy this family event with activity stations and special guests, so be sure to stop in and explore!

Free family fun exploring the UM Museum of Natural History during
Predators and Prey Discovery Day
March 22.

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