Teeth, toxins and tarantulas
26 October 2022
10am - 12pm & 1 - 3pm
Venue Leeds Discovery Centre
Join us for a Halloween special family session at Leeds Discovery Centre this October half term.
Investigate the wonderful world of teeth, toxins and tarantulas and explore how nature protects against these things.
We’ll have crafts, spooky tours and amazing museum objects to see up close!
Tours and workshops are FREE.
To book your place, call 0113 378 2100 or email [email protected]
The name tarantula was originally given to a spider living in Southern Italy from the town of Taranto where legend claims that a small species of spider living there had a fatal bite. The only cure was for the victim to dance until exhausted, by which time the poison would have been sweated from the system (the frenzied folk dance based on the Italian legend is called the tarantella).