Explore our wet classroom

Explore our wet classroom

Wet Lab

When students are not using this space, we open it up to the public and give you a chance to explore and learn.

Many of our school programs take place in the Wet Lab. Students get their hands wet investigating a diverse array of live marine animals with no spinal cords (invertebrates).

This unique hands-on experience helps students get a new appreciation for seashore life by helping them identify local marine animals and the conservation issues affecting them from a perspective that cannot be matched in an average school classroom.

Things To Know

Spineless wonders

What You'll See

The animals you’ll get to see and possibly touch in the Wet Lab are invertebrates - animals without backbones. The most familiar marine invertebrates include crabs, sea anemones, jellies, sea stars, sea urchins, sea cucumbers and shrimps.

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