Learn About Arctic Ice Age Animals at Danbury Library on June 26

Musk Ox, Mammoths and Ground Sloths (oh, my!) at Danbury Library on Wednesday, June 26, 5:00 - 6:30pm

Imagine a vast treeless plain filled with vanished beasts!

Ice Age Beringia - the land mass encompassing eastern Siberia, Alaska, and Canada's Yukon - was home to a unique mix of animals. Some of them went extinct as the Ice Age came to an end, others roam the Arctic to this day, and one unlikely creature evolved and migrated as far east and south as Asia!

Join us to learn about these iconic animals, touch some authentic hands-on Ice Age objects from the Arctic, and be astounded by facts most people don't know!

Presentation by Arctic expert, Moki Kokoris, 14th woman to reach the North Pole!

  • Children (Ages 8+), Teens, Adults
  • Location: Lower Level Meeting Room

Free! Registration required. For more information about the program, email Aurelio Muraca at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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