Wild About Flapper Skates with
Ed Lavender - S2 E6
Hello and welcome back to the Wild About conservation Podcast. Join us this episode as we chat with Ed Lavender about all things flapper skate, what they are, where you can find them and how much is still left to explore! We also dive into how you our listeners can get involved - be sure to check out our socials for more info!
Ed studied Biological Sciences at the University of Oxford before undertaking an MSc at the Scottish Association for Marine Science and the University of St Andrews, where he is now a PhD candidate. His research integrates experimental, observational and citizen science data with modelling to explore trends in biodiversity.
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