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Cold Blood in a Hotter World: The Future of Reptiles in the Anthropocene

Dr. Adam Algar, Scientist

04-Apr-16 14:00

Cold Blood in a Hotter World: The Future of Reptiles in the Anthropocene

Dr. Adam Algar is an ecologist, macro-ecologist, biogeographer, herpetologist, and evolutionary biologist whose research focuses on how climate affects the evolution and ecology of organisms, especially lizards in the Caribbean and Southeast Asia. He joins us to discuss his work and the research he's conducting in Malaysia and the serious repercussions of a world without lizards.


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