2500 Exposition Blvd.
All ages welcome
Neighborhood Science is presented in partnership with the University of Texas’ Science Under the Stars. Join us for interesting and thought-provoking talks from UT graduate students.
Animal sensory systems
Speaker: Caitlin Leslie
Like Superman’s X-ray vision or Daredevil’s radar sense, animals often have abilities to perceive the world that humans could only imagine! They see colors that we are blind to, detect heat with their faces, send calls through the ground, and communicate with electricity. Come learn about some of the extreme sensory systems that exist in the animal world that allow them to hunt, navigate, and communicate in superhuman ways!
Library programs and workshops reflect the creative endeavors and diverse interests of the Austin community.
512-974-8800 | 2500 Exposition Blvd.
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Free and open to the public | Gratis y abierto al público