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Education Programs -> Intro for Teachers and Parents

Intro for Teachers and Parents

Education Programs 

 Thank you for considering a visit to the Animal Encounter  

The Center is exhibiting native plants and animals. The animals at the center cannot be on their own and unable to catch their food or escape from predators. They are either extinct from Lebanon (Brown Bear, orphan (cubs of hyenas), injured, hunted, found and brought to the center (mostly birds), or endangered and threatened (wolves) and therefore considered ambassadors  for their species. 

Next to the cages are descriptive boards of the animals in three languages (Arabic, English and French) that will give you an outline of what your group will see and might give you ideas  for you to ask your students prior to the trip. The programs are found in details below .

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