Making sense of seasnakes


Sea snakes are an under-studied and little understood creature.

It is exactly this lack of information that compelled University of Adelaide PhD student and evolutionary biologist Jenna Crowe-Riddell to study them.

Jenna is a Fullbright Scholarship holder completing her honours studies under the supervision of Dr Kate Sanders.

She was recently interviewed by Radio Adelaide’s The Sound of Science program.

Listen to Jenna talk about her research.

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