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Natural history workshops and displays for schools, events and children's parties.
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Central Support May 17
Meet Jesmond the Python, he is currently at Newcastle College's Mental Health Awareness Event in the MPA. Don't worry - he may look scary but he's really a sweetheart!
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Central Support May 17
My new friend Red Knee Tarantula. Next time visit I'm going to work up the courage to hold the cockroach!
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Central Support May 17
And here is our very own Mark from our Mental Health and Wellbeing Team here at being charmed by Jesmond the snake :) He was also brave enough to hold the Spiny Stick Insect! Cheers again to
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bugsnstuff.com May 18
One of the World's most well-known - The Mexican red knee ( hamorii). Often used in films and portrayed as a dangerous , in reality, they are one of the more docile species!
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bugsnstuff.com May 17
Thanks to for asking us to be part of Newcastle College's Mental Health Awareness event today!
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Central Support May 17
A huge thanks to for bringing along the weird and wonderful mini beasts to Newcastle College's Mental Health Awareness event today. Thanks for teaching us that just because something looks scary doesn't mean it IS scary :)
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bugsnstuff.com May 16
The amazing of the Cryptic bark ( sp.). They're easy to spot at night when sitting in the centre of their orb but they spend the day sat on nearby branches and disappear!
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The Beacon Museum May 11
We are now taking bookings for our Dino Beastie and Creepy crawlies workshops on Saturdays during the summer school holidays. See giant tarantulas, tree frogs, geckos, snakes and beetles. This workshop is £4 per person. Booking is essential please ring 01946 592302
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bugsnstuff.com May 13
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bugsnstuff.com May 12
This weeks YouTube video takes a closer look at the Dead leaf mantis , a regular feature of our animal workshops!
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bugsnstuff.com May 9
The stuff of nightmares? The lacks a sting and prefers to run and hide when disturbed. The 'whip' refers to their second pair of legs which are very long and used for detecting prey and navigating their environment
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St. Michael's School May 9
Beetles, grubs, scorpions and tarantulas with
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St. Michael's School May 9
We loved the python!
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St. Michael's School May 9
Reception Class children and their families are exploring mini beasts with
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bugsnstuff.com May 8
The gets its common name from how it hunts - like a wolf. Unlike most spiders, they have good eyesight which they use to track their prey. Wolf spiders don't use webs to catch prey but run it down again, just like a wolf
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bugsnstuff.com May 6
A stunning mating pair of ( sp.). Burnet moths are sometimes confused with but they are in fact, day-flying moths.
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bugsnstuff.com May 5
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Windy Nook Primary Apr 26
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Windy Nook Primary Apr 26
… and the award for bravery goes to…
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