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1 Jul, 2020 - 29 Nov, 2020
A minibeast is a creature without either a backbone or an internal skeleton (scientifically called an invertebrate). Minibeasts include, beetles, butterflies, spiders, worms, praying mantis, centipedes and bees!
'Minibeasts' highlights the spectacular realm of insects and celebrates all things that creep, crawl, wriggle, squirm, buzz and flutter!
Enjoy a myriad of fun interactive activities including, examining and classifying specimens using magnifying glasses, creating patterns with natural materials, decorating three dimensional bug templates, contributing to a collaborative bee hive, posing in front of a butterfly wing mural and observing a live insect display.
Redcliffe Museum has implemented Covid-19 safe measures to ensure the safety of staff and patrons.
Image credit: Photographed by Katie Bennett.
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75 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe,
A minibeast is a creature without either a backbone or an internal skeleton (scientifically called an invertebrate).
Wildlife Tourism Australia's biennial national conference, for tour operators, ecolodges, wildlife parks, researchers, students, conservation managers, government staff, NGOs and others interested in environmentally-sustainable wildlife
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