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Wild Things: Mating Rituals of the Animal Kingdom, with Dr. Sarah McAnulty
Tuesday, February 7 -- 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Join squid biologist and science communicator Dr. Sarah McAnulty for a breathtaking spin through the myriad mechanisms species use to swap their genes and the spectacular, complex, and sometimes goofy approaches they take to get there. We’ll cover the rituals that lead up to mating and how animals choose partners, the wild ways different species actually mate, and how animals care for their young in their first days of life.
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About Dr. Sarah McAnulty
Dr. Sarah McAnulty is a
squid biologist and science communicator. She received her Ph.D. in molecular and cell biology working on Hawaiian bobtail squid symbiosis in 2019. She is currently the executive director of Skype a Scientist, a non- profit that connects over 10,000 classrooms to scientists every year. Dr. McAnulty is a prolific science communicator, with an active presence on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and Tiktok. She’s been featured by Nature, Forbes, NPR Shortwave, along with many others, for her work.