This special presentation explores the biological possibility of Pokémon™…. Seriously.
The weird and whimsical world of Pokémon™ is filled with colourful animated characters, many of which draw inspiration from animals and plants of the natural world. Can you identify the living inspiration for some Pokémon™ and determine if they are biologically possible? Specialist in Ecology and Zoology, The University of Queensland’s Dr. Gurion Ang will take you on a journey to explore this unexpected world of biology.
Limited tickets available, don’t miss out.
Dr. Gurion Ang (more frequently known as Dr. G) is a teaching specialist in Ecology and Zoology at The University of Queensland (UQ). He is the Director of UQ's flagship...View Profile
Suitable for students in years 6 – 8.
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