Video conferencing - New Spin on Spiders

This interactive workshop is suitable for Stages 1 - 3.


A Jumping Spider's (Mopsus mormon) eyes

A Jumping Spider's (Mopsus mormon) eyes
Photographer: Jim Frazer © Jim Frazer

This presentation aims to introduce the wonderful world of Spiders! How many eyes does a spider have? Do all spiders spin webs? Can they live under water? What is different between ground dwelling and arboreal spiders? Discover the answers to these and more about the amazing biology of spiders. The session aims to dispel some of the preconceptions about spiders and intrigue students with live specimens.The Australian Museum will supply information about the stick insects and your first set of eggs prior to the event.


$88.00 per class


Booking can be made through Distance and Rural Technologies or contact us to request a time.

Ms Helen Wheeler , Learning Services Operations Manager
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