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Shared on YouTube at 11am, 13 November 2021, Families 7+

Let's Talk Science Festival: Jawsome Sharks

A basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) hanging from the ceiling of the Museum.

Do you know what is the largest shark living off the coast of Ireland? Join the National Museum of Ireland – Natural History this Science Week for an interactive virtual session to learn about basking sharks and other ‘jawsome’ sharks found at the Museum.

This fun session for families is part of the Let’s Talk Science Festival organised by the Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun. A short 20 min pre-recorded virtual session will be shared on the Museum's YouTube channel on Saturday 13th November at 11am. Ask your questions about all things sharks using the comments for Museum Educators to answer live during the event and throughout the day until tea time at 5pm.

Booking for onilne event: Please register your interest on Eventbrite and receive a link to the online event on the day.

Rediscovery Centre LIVE Screening: If you would like to visit the Rediscover Centre and join a live onsite screening of the online event please book a ticket with the Rediscovery Centre here. 

For more information about the Let's Talk Science Festival please visit the Rediscovery Centre website here


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Let's Talk Science Festival: Jawsome Sharks is located at:
Natural History,
Merrion Street,
Dublin 2
D02 F627


Join the National Museum of Ireland – Natural History this Science Week to learn about the ‘jawsome’ sharks of Ireland!

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