Aiming to simplify conservation science for the public, Current Conservation Magazine is inviting researchers to send in their research papers to be converted into comics (by yours truly). Conservation biologists, if you feel that the layman does not connect with your research, this is your chance to bridge this gap. Send in your entries now, or I'll cane you with my Ochlandra ebracteata!
(With sincere apologies to my friend and herpetologist Seshadri KS who has been studying Ochlandra frogs and their nesting behaviour in bamboo shoots and who, in his defence, has been a very effective communicator of his study using popular articles!)
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