By Cade Fowler - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Ever wondered how to feed a Burmese python or what an alligator gar eats?
The Flint RiverQuarium is answering questions like that and offering an inside look at the animals that call it home.
Twice a month, the RiverQuarium will host an educational program called Science after Sunset.
Curator Richard Brown hosted the first installment Tuesday night called Dinner For 1,200 that focused on the diets of the various animals.
Brown says the events offer interactive fun for the entire family.
Admission is $6 for members $8 for non-members.
Reservations are requested. For more information contact Ashley Kenny or Vicki Churchman at 229-639-2650.
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