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Glendale- Science Lecture: "Venomous Creatures in the Desert"

  • Mar 19, 2013 · 6:15 PM
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As a courtesy, if you are sick, then please do not attend until you feel better.


There will be a science lecture, in the Roadrunner room-left side of lobby.

Topic: "Venomous Creatures in the Desert"

Presented by: Michael Quinlan, Ph.D of Midwestern University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Spiders and scorpions and snakes...oh my! The Sonoran Desert is home to many venomous animals, including vertebrates (snakes) and invertebrates (scorpions, Africanized honeybees). Join Dr Quinlan and get to know the natural history and urban ecology of some common examples of these creatures.


Admission is free.


Note: Excerpts were taken from the


Note: I am unable to attend, have fun! -Karen (event host)


Presented by: Midwestern University, on the 3rd Tue. night of the month, Sept-May.  These science lectures promote Health and Personal Development.

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