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In this session, Dr. Maria Thaker of the Centre for Ecological Sciences at IISc will take us through 'Singing in colour'.
Have you ever wondered why so many animals are colourful? Does colour have a function? I will introduce you to the world of colourful lizards, and take you on a journey of animal communication. Together, we will see how lizards use colour to combat, to court, and to conceal. In doing so, I will show how we can study the science of colour in nature.

16th August, Sunday | 11am (IST)


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