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Walk Slow, Look Low: Seeing the world from a naturalist’s perspective

Walk Slow, Look Low: Seeing the world from a naturalist’s perspective

Update: 2020-08-31
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A talk by Dr Cathy Byrne and Dr Simon Grove, with music by Warren Mason and Ben Salter.
When you go for a walk in the bush, you enter the realm of small species. Insects abound in our natural world, but many of us rarely take the time to look for them or wonder about their stories. Whether you make it 100 metres out of the Remarkable Cave car park, or all the way to Crescent Bay, here’s a chance to tune into the incredible diversity and intrigue of the insect world. Full of scandal, sex, murder, and mystery, you’ll never look at a clump of leaves or rotting tree bark the same way again.
The suggested walking location for this episode is Remarkable Cave to Crescent Bay, Tasman Peninsula, Tasmania.
Learn more at www.sciartwalks.com.au 

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Walk Slow, Look Low: Seeing the world from a naturalist’s perspective

Walk Slow, Look Low: Seeing the world from a naturalist’s perspective

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