but the naturalists at the College of the Atlantic sure do, and they’ll be using them in Nature of Halloween, a a program celebrating the natural history of critters that make appearances during this season of ghouls and goblins, on Sat. Oct. 24, beginning at 6 p.m.
Expect to see live snakes, deadly spiders,a giant centipede, a mad scientist, and even a human skeleton. It all takes place at COA’s Dorr Museum of Natural History. For details, call 207-288-5015 ext. 240 or 207-288-5395