On Saturday 15 September participants will get a closer look at sharks from the inside out, helping to dissect a small shark to see what happens to food as it travels through its gut, and examine the way it breathes, moves, reproduces and senses its environment.
You will also see and touch a 2.5 metre Sevengill Shark.
There are three session times to choose from: 10–11.30am, 12.30–2pm and 3–4.30pm. Recommended for adults and children over 5 years.
All sessions for this workshop are unavailable as they have reached their limits or they have already been held.