Tristram Wyatt, Senior Research Associate, Oxford’s Department of Zoology, introduces the field of animal behaviour. He will discuss key concepts such as the roles of nature, nurture, epigenetics, and the 'selfish gene'. Covering a wide range of animals, from meerkats to moths, and using examples to introduce the theory underlying our modern understanding of animal behaviour.
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