EVENTS | SHARK BIOLOGY PRESENTATION

Sharks: Friend, Frenemy or Foe?

What is it about sharks that makes them one of the most fascinating animals on the planet? Come and join Amanda for a one-hour presentation on the biology of sharks to find out. Learn about how sharks reproduce, how they are adapted to their environment, the hunting strategies they have developed, their diversity, the different environments they inhabit, what scientists are finding out about these amazing animals and how humans are even benefiting from their existence.

Some of the other topics covered in the presentation include:

  • Senses
  • Teeth
  • Habitat
  • Threats
  • Roles of sharks
  • Biomimicry
  • Sharks of the world
  • Diversity
  • Prehistoric sharks
  • Why sharks are important

Location:  WA Maritime Museum, Victoria Quay, Peter Hughes Drive, Fremantle, Western Australia

Time and Date: 2:00 pm, Saturday the 4th of December 2021

Duration: 1-1.5 hrs

Price:  Adult $12.00. Concession/ student $10.00 (please show concession/student card upon arrival).

Age: Adults (12+)

Refund Policy: No refunds unless event is cancelled by organiser.

Amanda Elizabeth

Amanda Elizabeth, Shark Biologist

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