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The Easter Shark is hunting for eggs again!

This Easter, the Dutch Shark Society, in collaboration with Walter Langendoen (Maasvlakte Strandvondsten), is organizing two more fun  Easter walks, where we will all go and hunt for shark and ray eggs. Marine biologist Dorien Schröder will answers all your questions about sharks and rays!
 
On Easter Monday, 1 April, there are two walks on the Maasvlakte: we start at 11.45 with a short presentation about the sharks and rays in the Netherlands in Futureland (https://www.maasvlakte2.com/en/futureland).
Then we leave with our own transport to the walking beach. The walk is suitable for everyone from 6 years old who can walk normally.
Clothes for the beach: sufficient warm and shoes that are suitable for the weather conditions and for walking.
The second walk also starts with a short presentation at 1.45 pm.
All participants receive a eggcase ID guide. If you do not find anything, you will receive a shark or shark egg from Dutch Shark Society in any case. In Futureland, there is an information stand about eggcases and the work of the Society. We hope to see you at Futureland!

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