Harvard Museum of Natural History

Season 2012 Episode 06.22.12

The Grand Diversity of Fishes: Form, Function, and Evolution

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The Grand Diversity of Fishes: Form, Function, and Evolution
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In this talk to celebrate the re-opening of the museum’s Fishes gallery, George V. Lauder, Professor of Biology and Curator of Ichthyology in Harvard’s Museum of Comparative Zoology, discussed the remarkable adaptations of fishes and looked at some of the cutting-edge fish research that is currently happening at Harvard. Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural Historymoreless
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