Elephants: A Talk by Laurence Möhr Kruger, Ph.D.

Laura Lupton ’12 sends in an event that combines the four (or five, depending on how you count it) most important elements for living a fulfilling life:

Do you like Elephants? Do you like South Africa? Do you like Plants and Ethnobotany? Do you like Conservation?

If the answer to any of the above is YES! (which, let’s admit, it obviously was), then come to a cool talk at Earth House this Thursday, Nov. 4th!

Laurence Möhr Kruger, Ph.D., a professor and director at the Organization for Tropical Studies in South Africa, will give a presentation about elephants in South Africa and their interaction with the plants and environment around them. His extensive field work in the national parks of South Africa and research in the field has given him a unique ability to shed light on their interactions, which can have consequences about plant and animal relationships everywhere.

Date: Nov. 4
Time: 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Place: Earth House
Cost: How about a link to the facebook event instead?

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