Unique and Ancient Glass Sponge Reefs of the Howe Sound

Dive into an engaging presentation on some of B.C.’s most peculiar marine life! Marine biologist Sheila Byers of the Marine Life Sanctuaries Society will present on The Unique and Ancient Glass Sponge Reefs of Howe Sound.

British Columbia’s glass sponge reefs have been called one of the great wonders of the world’s ocean, yet few people have heard of them. The rare reefs are composed of living sponges and their fragile skeletons, made of nearly pure glass (silica).

About Sheila:
Sheila Byers, a Registered Professional Biologist and marine biologist, is a past president of the Marine Life Sanctuaries Society. She works as a Museum Interpreter at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, UBC.

Registration required. Register online or call 604-929-3727, ext. 8166.

Sunday, October 20, 2019 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Unique and Ancient Glass Sponge Reefs of the Howe Sound ended on Oct 20, 2019.
Location: 
Parkgate Library
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