Program Leader: Miles Todaro, South Fork Natural History Museum Environmental Educator and experienced juggler.
Humans are the only animal known that are capable of juggling, and we’ve been doing it for hundreds of years. What sorts of adaptations do we have that make this unique ability possible? What kind of unique abilities do other animals have, and why do they have them? Join Miles to learn the answers to these questions, and afterwards learn how to juggle!
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