Event type: evening event
Adult: Free entry
The animal kingdom is a noisy place with a language that humans are trying to understand. This month, join us to explore sound in nature.
Animals have evolved to produce sounds in a variety of ways and for many different reasons, including communication, courtship, navigation, and even hunting. The sounds different animals make can be an extremely useful tool for identifying and classifying them. Explore some noisy nature and discover how scientists use sound to monitor biodiversity.
Please note that the Mammals (blue whale) gallery will be closed for redevelopment at this time.
Bats and Drones
Attenborough Studio, Free
The high frequency calls bats use to hunt can't be heard by the human ear, but with the right equipment we can listen in.
Fabulous food and drinks
Find fantastic hot meals in The Kitchen and enjoy cocktails, wine, pale ale, lager and soft drinks and snacks at the bars in North Hall and Fossil Marine Reptiles.
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|28 April 2017||18.00-22.00|