Zoodle in the Pub

Zoodle in the Pub - Two men are outside in the bush, one sits on a log and is bald, he holds an iPad. The other is wearing a cream jumper. The image of the men is inset with an image of three emus and a kangaroo. The word Zoodle is above them in cursive font.

Ticket prices

Free Event (Tickets Needed)

Duration

60 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

Queen Street Ballroom at Rob Roy Hotel

106 Halifax, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

PG

Age Suitability:

PG

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

Zoodle in the Pub - Two men are outside in the bush, one sits on a log and is bald, he holds an iPad. The other is wearing a cream jumper. The image of the men is inset with an image of three emus and a kangaroo. The word Zoodle is above them in cursive font.

About this event

Every week, videos of Australian animals go viral on social media. From barking magpies, a koala chasing a quadbike to emus running amok - we love watching them. But rarely is there information to help explain what these animals are actually doing.

Join well-known local comedian and ABC radio personality Eddie Bannon and Australian wildlife-guru Chris Daniels, as they mull over the science behind popular clips of iconic Australian species. What they come up with might surprise you!

You can also take part in the discussion and find out how to get involved in protecting our amazing biodiversity. It's the launch of a great new project called Zoodle funded by Inspiring SA. It's about having fun while finding out more about our wildlife, and filling a gap on social media.

Presented by:
Zoodle (Uncanny Media)

Zoodle is a collaboration of local scientists, journalists and artists that aims to raise awareness and understanding of Australian wildlife through the use of viral animal videos, science expertise and comedy. In 2020, it was awarded an Arts-Science grant from Inspiring South Australia.

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