September 16, 2011 during 2:00 pm
Malaysia is good famous for a wildlife, both on land and in a waters. While some-more eminent class like tigers and turtles are mostly improved famous to a public, obtuse famous animals also play critical roles in a ecosystem that they live in. One such quadruped is an peculiar looking fish called a mudskipper. Mudskippers are utterly common all around Malaysia, and vast numbers of these fishes can be seen happily gliding and skipping around a sand flats of a coastal regions of Malaysia. Many Malaysians do not give these creatures a second glance, nonetheless there has been renewed seductiveness in them in new years.
The Malaysian Nature Society’s speak this Sep will underline a mudskipper. Entitled Things Coming Ashore, a speak will be hold on 18th Sep 2011 during a MNS HQ Auditorium. The speak starts during 2pm and will be conducted by Dr. Gianluca Polgar, who is now lecturing during a University of Malaya. Dr Gianluca is also operative on a plan per Malayan mangrove benthic food webs and mudskippers are one of his vital interests. As such he is also concerned in several projects per their ecology and evolution, in partnership with several investigate groups worldwide. Dr. Gianluca performed his Laurea grade in Natural Sciences (2004) and Ph.D. in Ecological sciences (2009) during a University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy.
Those who are meddlesome in attending this speak can hit Ilyas Sapiyan (email your full name and email residence to [email protected] or sms to 012-617 5870)
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