French Talks: Mysterious myth Of The Malaysian Forest At Night
Date: 20 Jan 2020, 8:00pm - 10:00pm (GMT+08:00) Kuala Lumpur
[French Talks] Mysterious myth Of The Malaysian Forest At Night
Talk Conducted in English
Free entrance upon RSVP
Monday 20 January, 8pm
Priscillia Miard - Postgraduate Student (PhD) from Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang studying nocturnal mammal distribution, abundance and behaviour
Mohamad Nur Arifuddin - Postgraduate student (MSc) from Universiti Malaysia Kelantan studying the ecology of the gliding
squirrels in Peninsular Malaysia
The forest at night is often a mysterious world for many inhabited by unknown animals. Do you already know about them or want to know more? Priscillia and Arif will present this world to you and why they decided to become nocturnal for their work. They both come from a different background, but they have the same interest, to protect nature.
You might be surprised to find out that many animals do not live where you think they do, but at your doorstep. During this talk we will
also present to you why those nocturnal animals are important for our everyday life without us realising it.
Coexistence is the key and is possible not only in rural areas but also in cities.