Sharks!!!!

The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences invite you to a SHARK FRENZY!

"Big, Fast and Bulletproof: What One Biologist Has Learned From 300 Million Years Of Shark Evolution"**
Free lecture by shark expert and "Finding Nemo" technical advisor Dr. Adam Summers,
Assoc. Director of Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington

Friday, February 12^th
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences
11 W. Jones Street, Downtown Raleigh

Space is limited. Reserve your free ticket now at https://tickets.naturalsciences.org

While you're there, get a sneak preview of the exhibit /Megalodon: Largest Shark That Ever Lived from 5-8 PM (opening to the general public the next day, Saturday, Feb. 13^th ).
/Megalodon/ preview discount pricing: $5 (adults), $3 (children, ages 5-11), Free for museum members.

Please reserve separate tickets for the talk and the exhibit sneak preview if you plan to attend both.
Lecture is recommended for guests 12 years and older.
Exhibit is recommended for everyone.

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