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Conservation and Conversations: Structure and Function

May 25, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Connect with the Zoo  as we critically explore a variety of environmental and conservation issues. Each month, participants will receive a discussion guide (including book, film, and podcast recommendations!) and access to a 60-minute live virtual discussion with Zoo educators. Join in on the discussion as we engage community members of all ages about conservation topics that are affecting the way we live in Louisville and how people live around the globe. Some sessions will feature guest speakers. View previous discussion guides here.


Cost: free for all Zoo fans. Just register below to attend! Structure and function is a way to refer to the physical and social adaptations animals use to thrive and survive on our planet. Some animal structures are obvious, like the long neck of a giraffe, while others can take a little sleuthing to figure out. This month’s discussion will focus on unique animal structures and why some structures linger even after they seem to fall out of use.

There is no obligation to attend or to speak during the discussion and your email will only be used to send you information about the event.