Science Live: Coastal Creatures 

Wed 11 Dec 2013,  1.30pm–2.20pm
Online on YouTube, Facebook & Twitter
Family; Special 

Science Live: Coastal Creatures - Red rock crab
Will you see this coastal creature at the beach? Red rock crab, Plagusia chabrus (Linnaeus, 1758), collected 10 Mar 1993, Wairarapa, New Zealand. Te Papa

What will you find at the beach this summer? Join Te Papa scientists online as they take you on a journey across the coasts of New Zealand. Our scientists will be showing you some of the amazing animals and plants you can find on your beach holidays, and how to look after the species you find.

Is there a coastal creature you’d like our scientists to talk about? Do you have a crazy crustacean question? Or a love for the littoral?

Get involved

Tell our scientists which coastal creatures you’d like to know more about, and ask your questions:

Get your questions in quick to make sure yours get answered during the show!

We’ll be streaming live to YouTube – and we’ll let you know the web address very soon.

We’ll be blogging in the run up to the live stream, so stay tuned for more Science Live blogs. You can also follow the action on Facebook and Twitter.

Buckets and spades at the ready!

Science Live – see Te Papa’s blog for more information
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