Bob Drewes: Chat with an Academy Scientist
Recently returned from Sao Tome, Curator of Herpetology Bob Drewes discusses his trip and post-trip research.
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Dr. Bob Drewes has an abiding fascination with the continent of Africa, having conducted field research in 30 different African countries since 1969. His interests include the comparative physiology of frogs and he serves on the board of the Kenya Wildlife Service. He shares updates from the field during his expedition in Sao Tome, off the west coast of Africa.
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