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Chestnuts roasting on open fires, jack frost nipping at heels and Christmas jumpers – but how does the natural world deal with the onset of winter?
In this winter-inspired Living Room Lecture, Professor Adam Hart will explore the many ways that animals deal with the challenges of a chilly festive season.
Professor Adam Hart is a writer and broadcaster with a passion for all aspects of biology, and a particular interest in social insects such as ants and bees, and large-scale citizen science projects.
Part of The Living Room Lectures Series.
This short live online presentation will be followed by a live Q&A – please submit your questions during the lecture directly on facebook.