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C hildren of all ages are invited to get the scoop on animal poop, learn cool wildlife facts and listen to animal farts at the Pember Museum on Dec. 6. Organizers describe the free program, called Tracks, Scat and Farts in the Wild, as fun, wacky and educational. Participants can have a chance to be nature detectives and determine an animal’s species from its tracks and scat. The event will take place from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. For more information contact the museum’s educator, Bernadette Hoffman, at 518-642-1515.

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