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STAYING OFF THE MENU: HOW PREY AVOID BEING EATEN

Starts 26th August, 10-11.30am, 2 Fridays, $14

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2 weeks, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

CWEA, Christchurch

Session information

Sessions

Session 1
10:00 - 11:30
1 hour, 30 minutes
CWEA, Christchurch
    Session 2
    10:00 - 11:30
    1 hour, 30 minutes
    CWEA, Christchurch
      • With Membership discount $12.00 incl. GST
      • with Life Membership discount $12.00 incl. GST
      • $14.00 incl. GST

      Description

      Prey have evolved a fascinating variety of ways to avoid being eaten. For example, horned-lizards squirt blood out of their eye sockets to frighten predators and a spider makes a model of a big spider in its web to fool predators it’s too big to eat. Join Simon to hear more about staying off the menu. Dr Simon Pollard has a PhD in Zoology and is Adjunct Professor of Science Communication at the University of Canterbury.