Three herpetologists walk into a museum...
'Herpetology' is the study of amphibians and reptiles. Join three WA scientists for a public talk about new species of reptiles and frogs, conservation genetics and the effects of pollution on tiger snakes in the south-west, and maybe the odd furry creature too. This free talk features three "herpos" working in various areas: taxonomy, conservation and environmental impacts.
Dr Paul Doughty (WA Museum)
Dr Renee Catullo (University of WA)
Dr Damian Lettoof (Curtin University)