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TALK: ‘THE COLOURFUL LIVES OF THE SEA CREATURES CLOSE TO OUR SHORES’

Location: RNLI Looe Lifeboat Station, Church End, West End, East Looe, Cornwall
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PL13 1AH
From spectacular colour-shifting cuttlefish to self-decorating crabs and fish that build intricate nests, the animals that live in our seagrass beds and the undersea plains, reefs and shores nearby, are colourful in both the visual sense and in their fascinating behaviour.

Event details

Meeting point

Crew Room, Looe Lifeboat Station, West End, East Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1AT

Date

Time
6.00 pm to 7.30 pm
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About the event

From spectacular colour-shifting cuttlefish to self-decorating crabs and fish that build intricate nests, the animals that live in our seagrass beds and the undersea plains, reefs and shores nearby, are colourful in both the visual sense and in their fascinating behaviour. Marine biologist Paul Naylor will use underwater photographs and video to give an insight into their intriguing lives. For more information, please contact looevmca@gmail.com.

Organised by Looe Marine Conservation Group

Booking

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Mobility

Not suitable for people with limited mobility

Wheelchair access

Not suitable for wheelchair users

Contact us

Amelia Bridges
Contact number: 07926 091345
Contact email: looevmca@gmail.com