Dr Zeb Hogan, fish biologist and host of Monsterfish, National Geographic Wild Channel will talk all things Monsterfish and share big fish adventures in a free public lecture.
Zeb’s expeditions have taken him to all corners of the globe to learn about, and advocate for, large migratory fish species. Zeb will take the audience on a journey around the world, sharing experiences and knowledge about the world’s biggest freshwater fish, the challenges they face and the various ways people are trying to save them. The iconic Murray Cod, which can grow up to 1.8 m long and weigh over 100 kg, showcased in Series 3 of Monster Fish, where Zeb investigated ways to keep these legendary fish alive.
The free public lecture includes a presentation and Q&A session. This family event is open from 6pm with public displays including the Whoosh Salmon Cannon, fish tagging and fish pressure tanks.
This is a free event, but bookings are essential.
Date: Wednesday 12th December 2018
Time: 7.30-9pm, event open from 6pm with displays
Location: Albury Entertainment Centre Theatre
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