Patty Brown, center in gray T-shirt, introduces children to amphipods during a monthly Knee-High Naturalist class at The Nature Institute in Godfrey. An amphipod is a small shrimp-like creature that lives in the pond. “We also call them side swimmers because they look like they are swimming on their sides and they are,” said Patty.
Patty Brown, center in gray T-shirt, introduces children to amphipods during a monthly Knee-High Naturalist class at The Nature Institute in Godfrey. An amphipod is a small shrimp-like creature that lives in the pond. “We also call them side swimmers because they look like they are swimming on their sides and they are,” said Patty. Maureen Houston News-Democrat
Patty Brown, center in gray T-shirt, introduces children to amphipods during a monthly Knee-High Naturalist class at The Nature Institute in Godfrey. An amphipod is a small shrimp-like creature that lives in the pond. “We also call them side swimmers because they look like they are swimming on their sides and they are,” said Patty. Maureen Houston News-Democrat

Look what we found in the pond: Nature Institute introduces kids to amphipods

September 21, 2015 08:28 AM