2500 Exposition Blvd.
All ages welcome
Neighborhood Science is presented in partnership with the University of Texas’ Science Under the Stars. Join us for interesting and thought-provoking talks from UT graduate students.Brainy bats: strategies for finding food in the jungle at night
Speaker: Claire Hemingway
Bats are remarkable in their diversity. Over 1,300 species of bats can be found in every continent, except Antarctica. Because many bats have to find their food at night, they have evolved a whole suite of different hunting strategies. The brains of these impressive animals have been shaped for a long time to allow bats to find and remember where food is.
Program will be held indoors if inclement weather or noise outside does not allow for a comfortable experience outside.
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512-974-8800 | 2500 Exposition Blvd.
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