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Animal Adaptation in the Anthropocene - Livestream

The present has been described as the "Anthropocene" or "human epoch": a time when humans are drastically modifying the world around us. How have animals adapted to this strange, changing world? This talk will explore interesting instances of animal resilience and flexibility, and remind you that evolution doesn't just happen under the academic gaze of bearded men cataloguing the Galápagos: it's happening all around us.

This talk is recommended for ages 12+. Concepts including animal death and climate change will be mentioned, but no graphic images will be shown and the overall tone will not be tragic.

Speaker: Katie LaBarbera, SFBBO

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Thursday, 07/29/21


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