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Dr Karl's House Party

Where
Online
Online
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When

Monday 17 August from 7pm to 8:15pm

Dr Karl invites you to join him to kick off National Science Week!

Streamed live into your lounge room, learn about the animal that has to grow an anus each time it wants to defecate, how spiders can fly for thousands of kilometres and also count, why dead fish can swim indefinitely, and why humans have been making coffee the wrong way for six centuries.

Celebrate with us online and have a chance to win prizes when you post your science-themed celebration to Instagram or Twitter with #DrKarlsHouseParty and tag @Sydney_Science too.

As Prince would say, party like it's 1999 but it's 2020 so please party only with members of your own household responsibly.

This online event will include live captions.

Bookings are available here

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