Each evening, the onboard naturalists lead discussions recapping the day's events, and, after dinner, documentary and feature films are occasionally screened in the main lounge. Naturalists take advantage of their toys, like the video microscope that allows you to get more up close and personal with plankton than you ever imagined, or the hydrophone that's dropped over the side to let passengers listen to whales singing. In some regions, local musicians may come aboard to entertain. Books on nature and wildlife are available from each ship's small library.
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