Living in the Antarctic, how people and animals solve the problems.
Professor Lloyd Peck conducts world-leading research and expeditions to the hostile, frozen continent. He leads a dedicated, innovative team of polar biologists evaluating how species have adapted to live in the coldest, driest, windiest, most isolated place on earth. Antarctica harbours some of the most amazing creatures on the planet and is a natural laboratory for studying biodiversity, evolution and unique ecosystems. In this presentation this pre-eminent zoologist will enlighten us, with interactive demonstrations and stunning video.
Thurs 19th 8pm | Archway Methodist Church | £5