Talk & Meeting: Why do marine animals leave the sea – and how do they do it?

Why do animals leave the sea?
When: Tuesday 21st May, 18:00 – 20:30 Where: Crew Room, East Looe RNLI Station You crawled right out of the sea, straight into my arms’, sang Laura Marling. Contrary to popular belief the word ‘crisis’ is not composed of the Chinese characters for ‘danger’ and ‘opportunity’. But the c
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Talk & Meeting: Cornish Wildlife Sightings

Cornish Marine SightingsMarine Sightings
When: Tuesday 15th October, 10:00 – 20:30  Where: Crew Room, East Looe RNLI Station The fantastic Abby Crosby from the Cornwall Wildlife Trust will tell us about the incredible Cornish wildlife sightings we’ve had in recent years, from the usual to the strange!
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Past Event: Talk & Meeting: Septimus: Life, Death and Immortality

Septimus - talk and meeting
Tuesday 19th February, 18:00 – 20:30 Meet at: Crew Room, East Looe RNLI Station Come and meet Septimus ‘some seal’. At 2.4m, Septimus was the third longest dead seal ever washed up dead in Cornwall! He is a world unique resource with an amazing, shocking and chilling story to tell abo
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Past Event – Talk & Meeting: A Sting in the Polyps

A sting in the polyps
Tuesday 19th March, 18:00 – 20:30 Where: Crew Room, East Looe RNLI Station Matt Slater from the Cornwall Wildlife Trust will be diving into the world of Cnidarians! The group of organisms range from jellyfish to anemones and are frequently found at our rockpool rambles. This illustrat
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Past Event – Talk & Meeting: The Great Eggcase Hunt

Great Eggcase Hunt
When: Tuesday 16th April, 18:00 – 20:30  Where: Crew Room, East Looe RNLI Station The Great Eggcase Hunt (www.eggcase.org) is a citizen science recording project which encourages people out on to the beach in search of mermaid’s purses, the eggcases of sharks and skate. This project i
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