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Outdoors: Rabbit display at Charlotte museum

CHARLOTTE ó Charlotte Nature Museumís March Creature Feature is ěHip Hoppiní Hares and Bounciní Bunniesî on Saturday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Hares can be found on every continent and in almost every climate in the world with the exception of Antarctica and some ocean islands. Did you know, there are at least 40 different types of domestic rabbits? Meet some of them at the Museum including Harriet the hare (Lepus sp) and Smudge, a Dutch rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculs). Charlotte Nature Museum also will have special visiting baby bunnies, known as ěkittensî to meet and greet.
Learn fluffy fun facts about native and exotic rabbit species and solve the fuzzy mystery about the differences between rabbits and hares.
Bounce by The Naturalist Lab to get your paws busy making bunny homes out of natural materials and peek into the Dragonfly Theatre to see the puppet show ěCarolina Morning.î
Creature Feature activities are free with museum admission: $6 ages 2 and older.
Charlotte Nature Museum is at 1658 Sterling Road in Charlotte

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