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KU Natural History Museum & Bier Station, A KC Science on Tap Event: The Last Jungles: Biodiversity Exploration in the Amazon

Date: 

Tuesday, March 27, 2018 - 19:30

Location: 

Bier Station, 120 E Gregory Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64114

Description: KU Natural History Museum & Bier Station, A KC Science on Tap Event: The Last Jungles: Biodiversity Exploration in the Amazon KC Science on Tap Tuesday, March 27, 7:30pm Bier Station, 120 E Gregory Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64114 The Amazon Rainforest of South America is one of the world's most biological diverse regions and also one of the most poorly explored. Many new species- from small insects to birds and mammals- are still being discovered every year. At this Science of Tap, Dr. Andrew Short will discuss why the Amazon is so diverse, and share his experiences traveling by canoe, helicopter, and bush plane to document and describe its fauna. More information at biodiversity.ku.edu. Submitted by: KU Biodiversity KU NAtural Hisotry Museum & Biodiversity Institute

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