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    Superbat: A Documentary Screening

    Presented by at Harvard Museum of Natural History

    August 24, 2011


    Superbat: A Documentary Screening

    This 48-minute documentary explores the world of bats and the scientists who study them – including the late Donald Griffin, a Harvard zoologist who was the first to describe their echolocation ability in the 1940s. Using 3-D graphics to recreate the bats' acoustic vision and shooting with infra-red and high-speed cameras, this film offers an exhilarating "bats-eye" journey into the night.

    Screening to be followed by a discussion by Prof. Thomas Kunz of Boston University, one of the world’s leading bat experts. Kunz will answer audience questions and discuss some of his current research on bat biology, aeroecology and behavior, including the latest on the White-Nose Fungal Disease that has devastated bat populations in the Northeast.

    Part of Summer Nights at the Museum. Free with museum admission. Photo courtesy of: www.cdiabu.com

    Harvard Museum of Natural History

    26 Oxford Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    Adults: $9.00
    Seniors (65+): $7.00
    Children ages 3–18: $6.00
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