May 11th, Damla Cinoglu

Mysteries from the Neotropics: Trees, lianas and others

IMPORTANT: Daylight Savings Time Change

Our SUTS talks are now back to 8pm! Kids’ activities and the natural history table will start at 7pm, and the BFL tour will start promptly at 7:15pm.


The Neotropics are covered in mysteries that fascinate us. Are trees and lianas friends or enemies? Why do plant seeds and fruits vary so much in seed shape and size? Why does the three-toed sloth only eat leaves? Together, we will get excited about what is so special about tropical forests and think through how they are impacted by us.

Please join Damla Cinoglu at 8pm, May 11, to learn about plants in the Neotropics!


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