EEE talk: Fishy brains and fossil endocasts

I’m excited to be giving the next Ecology, Evolution & Environment seminar at
Flinders University on Tuesday 8th June 1pm ACST. I’ll be talking about: “Fishy brains and fossil endocasts: early vertebrate neural adaptations to life on land.”

Come along in person or join in online (https://video.flinders.edu.au/events20/21/EcologyAndEvolutionSeminarSeries.cfm?id=2). You can even submit questions to me live via www.slido.com using the event code #S3E_Clement.

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