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Costumed Interpreters and Animals Beat the Heat in Colonial Williamsburg

Posted by Julie Leonhardt, Teacher and Student Travel Consultant on Jul 25, 2017 11:33:54 AM

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Traveling back to an era of no air conditioning means being smart about keeping people and animals safe when the temperature soars in Colonial Virginia. Students learn about history, biology, and environmental conditions in this Making History blog post.


"The heat index soared this weekend, and that naturally raises questions about safety—for both our costumed interpreters and animals. Besides plenty of water, breaks, and shade, Coach & Livestock utilizes..."  


Read more: Handling the Heat: Animal Safety & High Temperatures




Topics: Curriculum standards and student travel

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