by Amanda Kahn, Invertebrate Zoology and Molecular Ecology Lab
In April, MLML opened its doors to the public and we spent the weekend showcasing our research and teaching people about marine science. We did this in a variety of ways: lectures, seminars, interactive exhibits, touch tanks, science as art, and even in puppet form! For those of you who missed the show, you can still learn about Dora the Sperm Whale’s exploration of the deep sea, discover different deep-sea habitats, and find out all about the many ways that animals eat! Check out the two-part video below, and be sure to catch our hit songs “Chemoautotrophy” and “Vertical Migration”!
Got any questions about the animals or habitats you saw in the show? Comment below or email and we’ll tell you all about them!
Puppeteering, stage design, sound setup, logistics:
Video editing by Wavelength Films