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Took place 2 months ago
Sat 21 Jan 15:00 - 16:30

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January 21. Protected content , Saturday
๐Ÿ”น The lecture starts at 3:00 pm.
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As a part of a BIOPHILIA Exhibition and the closing of the exhibition, there will be a special guest for a wonderful lecture. The BIOPHILIA exhibition closing will be at 5:00 pm.
The lecture is free of charge and at 3:00 pm.

โ—ฝAndrew N. Ostrovsky is a zoologist, marine biologist and paleontologist, Professor at the St. Petersburg State University and Research Associate at the University of Vienna, author of many popular science articles and books "Lords of the Abyss" Protected content , "Man and Underwater World" Protected content "Evolution of Marine Superpredators" Protected content .
The ocean is a cradle of life on Earth, and large aquatic predators and 'living fossils' have always occupied the human imagination. Some haven't changed much over time, while others are still very dangerous to humans. Who are they? What were they like? Why were they so big? How did they appear, how did they live, and why some disappeared?
We will see illustrations by Nikita Ostrovsky, a digital concept artist and illustrator.