Celebrate what Charles Darwin called the “most wonderful plant in the world” – the Venus Flytrap. Learn about Darwin’s studies of the flytrap and its natural history, plus the plant’s evolutionary biology and current conservation efforts Sunday at the Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill.
Celebrate what Charles Darwin called the “most wonderful plant in the world” – the Venus Flytrap. Learn about Darwin’s studies of the flytrap and its natural history, plus the plant’s evolutionary biology and current conservation efforts Sunday at the Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. Courtesy of Skip Pudney
Celebrate what Charles Darwin called the “most wonderful plant in the world” – the Venus Flytrap. Learn about Darwin’s studies of the flytrap and its natural history, plus the plant’s evolutionary biology and current conservation efforts Sunday at the Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill. Courtesy of Skip Pudney

This weekend: A history tour, a film festival and Darwin Day

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