Documentary screening & presentation

White Shark Nicole

Documentary & Presentation evening for International Migratory Fish Day (May 21)


Info

Dates
Saturday May 25, 2024
Location
Amphithéâtre Ruwet | Institut de Zoologie
Quai Edouard Van Beneden, 22
4020 Liège
Schedule
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm | Weekends, public holidays and school vacations, 10am to 6pm.
Price
Free admission | Registration required

We invite you to an evening of discovery and celebration on the 20th anniversary of the legendary journey of Nicole, a White Shark that has captured the imagination of the world.

Nicole distinguished herself by her incredible transoceanic migration, traveling thousands of kilometers and becoming one of the first sharks to be extensively tracked by satellite.

The evening will kick off with a screening of the National Geographic Society documentary Great White Odyssey, which follows Nicole's journey across the oceans, offering stunning images and scientific discoveries that have revolutionized our understanding of White Sharks.

After the screening, Michael Scholl, renowned expert in the study of White Sharks and major protagonist of this documentary, will speak. He will share fascinating anecdotes about the filming and scientific information about White Shark behavior and conservation. A Q&A session will allow you to explore the film's themes in greater depth.

This evening is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in Nicole's captivating story and to celebrate the progress made in the study and preservation of Sharks. Join us for an unforgettable experience that will illuminate the mysteries of these magnificent predators of the seas.

 

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