Why Have Some Animals Become Our Pets, Others Our Servants, And Others Dinner

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The answer goes back before written history. Ancient civilizations from the Egyptians to the Romans and beyond have given us clues to some of the wide use of animals…bedecked and bedazzled crocodiles, party turtles, and magical hedgehogs. Dr. Carolyn Willekes will share stories about the history of the relationships between animals and humans, how the process began and where it may be going.

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Join her to discover more at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston on Sunday, March 6, at 3pm.

Visit aia-houston.com to learn more or call 832.634.6344.

Admission to the talk is free with admission to the Museum.

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