Fri 28 February 2020
Are sea spiders really spiders? How do they eat with no mouth? And what is an eye tower?
In this episode The Fact Detectives head underwater to find out the facts about sea spiders with Melanie MacKenzie who looks after Museums Victoria’s collection of marine life such as sea stars and sponges.
Listen now to find out all the spindly facts about sea spiders!
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A Kinderling co-production with Museums Victoria.
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