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    Critter Day: ASL Interpreted Animal World Experience at Boston Children's Museum

    November 15, 2014 - 11am and 12 pm

    Posted Thursday November 06 2014 at 11:49 pm.
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    Critter Day

    Animal World Experience is back with their wonderful group of furry, feathered and scaly creatures.  Even though it's the same animals at each presentation, each is focused on a different area, so you'll learn something new at every show!

    11:00  Locomotion Commotion:  What's all the commotion?  Animals move in many different ways, and we'll explore how they slither, crawl, hop, climb and swim.

    12:00  Myths are for Monkeys:  You'll have more fun than a barrel of monkeys as you learn the truth about common animal myths.

    Presentations are interpreted in American Sign Language.

    November 15, 2014  11am and 12 pm
    Free with paid Museum admission.

    For more information, visit the Museum website or contact:
    Saki Iwamoto, Health and Wellness Specialist

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