It may come as a surprise to many to discover that the tiny sparrow or the large wandering albatross are the direct descendants of those terrible lizards that once upon a time dominated the planet.
Join us on the 1st of July at the National Museum of Natural History in Mdina, between 09:30-11:30am, to discover what happened over a period of 65 million years, in which time, scaly animals were growing feathers and mastering the ability of flight.
Each ticket includes free admission for 1 accompanying guardian.
This event forms part of Heritage Malta’s Students Summer Programme 2022.
Scales and Feathers
01 Jul 2022
Friday: 09.30 am - 11.30 am
HM Student Passport €5