Explorer Lecture - Roberta Muelheim

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Friday February 15

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7:00 PM  –  8:00 PM

The Amazing Life of Amphibians presented by Roberta Muelheim.

Amphibians have played a significant role in our global ecosystem for roughly 350 million years. The success of amphibians is due to the evolution of some remarkable and novel adaptation. Their many unique approaches to life and survival have not only benefited amphibians, but have proven to be vitally important to human health and medicine. Unfortunately, as one of the most rapidly declining vertebrate groups on the planet, their existence and contributions are in jeopardy. Evidence suggests that these declines are heavily influenced by human activities. We will discuss not only their amazing abilities but also their importance to life on the planet.

Doors open at 5:30 PM for the Explorer reception which includes complimentary appetizers and a cash bar accompanied by live music. 

Lecture begins promptly at 7:00 PM

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