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July 2019

Social Lives of Rattlesnakes at the Silver City Library

July 23 @ 10:30 - 12:00 MDT
Silver City Public Library, 515 W College Ave
Silver City, NM 88061 United States
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Adrian, a pregnant Arizona black rattlesnake guards one of her nestmates’ newborns.

We'll be presenting Social Lives of Rattlesnakes for the Silver City Public Library's Summer Reading Program. Learn something new about your snake neighbors, get your questions answered, and meet some friendly snakes! Although generally thought of as solitary, cold-blooded killers, rattlesnakes exhibit a variety of behaviors that we typically associate with animals such birds and primates. Courtship, combat, and hanging out with friends are just a few behaviors captured by our remote, timelapse cameras that you will get to see…

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August 2019

2019 Southwest Wings Festival

August 3 @ 15:00 - 16:30 MST
Cochise College Sierra Vista Campus, 901 Colombo Ave
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 United States
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We'll be presenting The Social Lives of Snakes in the Horace Steele Room at the 2019 Southwest Wings Festival. Although generally thought of as solitary, cold-blooded killers, snakes exhibit a variety of behaviors that we typically associate with animals such birds and primates. Courtship, combat, and hanging out with friends are just a few behaviors captured by our remote, time lapse cameras that you will get to see during this presentation. You may never look at snakes the same way…

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January 2020

Sociality of Amphibians and Reptiles Symposium

January 5, 2020 - January 10, 2020
University of Otago, 362 Leith St
North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016 New Zealand
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Sociality of Amphibians and Reptiles Symposium at the 9th World Congress of Herpetology Sociality of herpetofauna, and the impact it has on their ecology, evolution, and conservation, has long been overlooked. Recent research in this field has shown that many reptiles and amphibians aggregate, either seasonally or over extended periods of time, and some of these social aggregations consist of kin. Even still, group living has only been investigated in less than 1% of all extant squamates. This symposium is…

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