PROVO — Children ages 5-10 can go on Saturday Safari this fall at the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum at Brigham Young University.
Classes are Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the museum. Cost is $8 per class due one week prior to class. Fall classes include:
Sept. 27: "The Big Top" — Learn about all types of circus animals, from white tigers to elephants.
Oct. 4: "Underground Animals" — Dig deep into the world of underground animals and try to learn all of their deep dark secrets.
Oct. 11: "Camouflage" — Learn about mammals, insects, and fish that use their coloration for protection.
Oct. 18: "Animals with Long Tongues" — The class will discuss the long sticky tongues of the anteaters, the giraffe and even the chameleon.
Oct. 25: "Halloween Creatures" — The class will tiptoe through the world of spiders, bats, and rats as they learn about these seemingly scary creatures and find they are not so frightening.
Nov. 1: "The Land Down Under" — Explore the animals of the Australian Outback, including the kangaroo, the koala and even crocodiles.
Nov. 8: "Funny Teeth" — The class will learn about the craziest teeth in the animal kingdom. From big teeth to little teeth, sharp to dull.
Nov. 15: "World's Fastest" — The class will discuss the world's fastest animals, from reptiles to fish to mammals.
Call 378-5051 for more information.