Evolution and Adaptation in the Monsoon Tropics

Evolution and Adaptation in the Monsoon Tropics

Fri, 15/08/2014 - 11:30


Charles Darwin University
This is an online event.

Join us this Friday August 15 at 11.30am ACST for the 4th #CDUMOOC webinar, " Evolution and Adaptation in the Monsoon Tropics" at http://bit.ly/cdumoocwebinar .

You can view as a guest or as part of our free, four-week online course, "Charles Darwin, Evolution, and Tropical Australia".   You can still enrol in the course at http://ow.ly/z6R5z

Part 4 of the MOOC covers  the environment and the adaptations of the organisms that live in Northern Australia. This includes a selection of evolutionary adaptations of organisms that have been studied by researchers at Charles Darwin University, including Weaver Ants, Great Bowerbird, Pig-nosed Turtle, Long-necked Turtle, Freshwater Crocodile, Green Tree Frog, Hypolithic cyanobacteria, Mangrove Ants, Termites, Tarpon, Iguanas and Frill-necked Lizards.

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