Source: www.telegraph.co.ukA gecko licks the morning dew off its eyeballs. This gecko is found on coastal sand dunes in Namibia. The nocturnal reptiles collect water on their eyeballs in the early morning when a mist bank descends as cool coastal air hits warm desert air. Then they lick it off to have a drink. It took photographer Isak Pretorius three days in to get the licking picture, following gecko tracks across the dunes through the mist.
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Cost: Members $12.50/class. $40 bundle deal if you register and pay for all four classes. Non-Members $15/class. $50 bundle deal if you register and pay for all four classes.
Rulers of the Prehistoric Land, Sea and Sky 4 Day Camp
July 9–12: Subject will include an over view of paleontology, a visit to the Paleo Lab to meet a paleontologist and find out what they do, & what we can learn from fossil, dinosaurs, prehistoric sea creatures & pterosaurs. Ages: 6–8 • 9–11 a.m. Ages: 9–12 • 2–4 p.m.
4 Day Camp cost: $50 for members, $65 for non-members. Sibling Discount may apply, please inquire.
53 N. Macdonald • Mesa 480-644-2169 • www.azmnh.org
For information or to register, contact Alice Jung 480-644-5907 • email@example.com