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Sharks! In-Person

Who doesn’t like hearing about sharks? This talk discusses sharks from a diver’s perspective and
contrasts it to the public’s popular culture view of sharks. It also discusses sharks from a scientific basis
and covers their natural history, biology, and finely honed senses. Shark attack statistics are presented
to show the danger sharks present to swimmers versus other known hazards. Finally, the future and
what it may hold for this ancient and fascinating animal is discussed. Registration is required and begins June 28. Presented by Kevin Magee.

Library programs will be conducted in accordance with current state health and safety mandates/guidelines, which are subject to change. We encourage all attendees to observe these rules so that in-person programing may continue. We encourage masks at our programs and ask that family groups maintain social distance from other family groups. It is up to the individual to determine his or her level of comfort and acceptable risk when attending programs. If you are concerned about public gatherings, please do not attend.

Tuesday, July 12, 2022
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Village Room
  Lifelong Learning  

Registration is required. There are 61 seats available.

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Amy Senning

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