Have you ever had lunch with a hyrax? Or dinner with a fosa?

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Naturalist, traveler and professional photographer Coke Smith has and he offers a lecture/photo-essay series illustrating the wildlife and cultures of Madagascar and southern Africa. Through photos and lecture, Smith takes class participants to the wilderness of Madagascar and explores the private lives of such creatures as wild indri, ring-tailed civets, fosa and dozens of lemur species.

The Peninsula College class meets at the Port Angeles High School, 304 E. Park St., Port Angeles, Jan. 13-Feb. 17.  Class fee is $59. Washington state clock hours are offered for the course. To register, call 452-9277.

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