** Fishes of Cambodia - Dr. Anthony Mazeroll ** Free Presentation at GSAS February 12th
February 12th, Seattle Pacific University, Otto Miller Hall, Room 109, 7:30 PM
Our February meeting's presentation is Fishes of Cambodia - Hidden Gems, presented by Dr. Anthony Mazeroll. He describes the talk as a photographic guide to the fishes he encountered in different habitats in Cambodia. Dr. Anthony Mazeroll received his Ph.D. from Northern Arizona University in the field of zoology and a professor of Biology and Environmental Studies at Soka University of America. He has spent decades studying fish around the world. He has been keeping fish since the age of 8, and currently has a 2-car garage converted into a fishroom, as well as a 500-gallon Peruvian Amazon biotope tank in his living room. Dr. Mazeroll divides his time between Southern California and Peru, where he is the executive director of the Amazon Research Center for Ornamental Fishes in Iquitos.
This is our regular monthly meeting, guests are welcome, held on the Seattle Pacific University campus in Otto-Miller Hall (West Nickerson Street and 3rd Avenue West) Room 109. The meeting starts at 7:30, social hour at 6:30.
After the meeting, join us for our monthly auction and help to support the club that brings us all our these outstanding speakers.
Guests are welcome; no entrance fee
Free parking, accessible building
Family friendly but no childcare provided
No furry or feathered pets
Go to Greater Seattle Aquarium Society (GSAS.org
) for more information and directions
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