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Sunday, October 27 • 8:15am - 1:45pm
FC05: Sex in the Zoo- Helping Species Survive and Thrive at the Living Desert LIMITED

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The Living Desert is a zoo dedicated to the animals and plants of Earth's arid regions. Come explore how the Living Desert helps endangered species. Participants will propagate native plants in the Propagation Greenhouse and take cuttings back to school with them. Teachers will also meet with experts in the Species Survival Plan that is used to make decisions about the mating of endangered animals and use data to make decisions about which individuals should be mated. Participants will also have time to explore the zoo on their own and have lunch. Lunch provided. Ticket: $78

Photo Courtesy of Greater Palm Springs CVB. 

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