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Chelsea Clinton on Saving Endangered Species

Evening Program with Book Signing

Evening Program

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 6:45 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. ET
Code: 1L0256
National Zoo Theatre (inside Visitor Center)
3001 Connecticut Ave NW
Metro: Cleveland Park or Woodley Park/Zoo
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Chelsea Clinton (Photo: Peter Kramer/NBC)

A morning family program is also available for adults and young children

Did you know that blue whales are the largest animals in the world? Or that sea otters wash their paws after every meal? The world is filled with millions of animal species, and all of them are unique and special. Many are on the path to extinction.

To mark the publication of her new book, Don’t Let Them Disappear: 12 Endangered Species Across the Globe, Chelsea Clinton introduces a selection of endangered animals that she writes about, sharing what makes them special—and what threatens them. She takes a look at rhinos, tigers, whales, pandas, and other species, and provides helpful tips on what we all can do to help prevent these animals from disappearing from our world.

Clinton discusses what inspired her to write about endangered animals and her passion for writing for young audiences with Anna Rothschild, the host of the Washington Post's science video series Anna’s Science Magic Show Hooray!

Clinton is the author of several children’s books, including the best-selling She Persisted. Don’t Let Them Disappear (Philomel Books) is available for sale and signing.

General and Location Information

All general admission ticket holders will be given the featured book, Don’t Let Them Disappear: 12 Endangered Species Across the Globe. It is included in the price.

The student price is available for any school-aged children and/or college students and does not include the book.

National Zoo map (Visitor Center is labeled "1")

For parking, use Lots A and B. Standard parking rates apply.

Other Connections

Listen to Chelsea Clinton’s interview on the Not Old Better podcast with host Paul Vogelzang.