The laboratory where Brunella is being restored and studied is an excellent starting point to organize school programs on the history of the territory of southern Tuscany and the Earth in general.
In this context, on October 19, 2018, the team of researchers and restorers presented the whale and its environment to six primary school classes from Montalcino in the Astrusi Theater, kindly put at our disposal by the town of Montalcino.
The 100 children asked the scientific director many questions and they were given the opportunity to watch pictures and videos to learn about the features of Brunella and baleen whales.
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Furthermore, two primary school classes will be able to attend a workshop in which members of the team will be involved in lessons at their school and in paleontological restoration laboratories directly at the laboratory.
The restoration site is also open to all educational institutions for guided tours and educational activities, which can be booked by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.