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Mark Hindell

Special Guest

Biography:

Mark Hindell is also the director of the Antarctic Wildlife Research Unit in the School of Zoology at the University of Tasmania in Australia. His primary research interests are in the biology of marine mammals and seabirds, particularly with respect to Antarctic and sub-antarctic ecosystems. This research encompasses a variety of disciplines including energetics and metabolism, population dynamics and socio-ecology. He is currently running several major programs including foraging ecology of Antarctic seals, biology of sub-antarctic seabirds (primarily penguins).

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Past Shows:

Ghostly Encounters & Famous Ghosts

Chris Fleming shared his paranormal experiences growing up as a "sensitive," and also talked about the ghost investigations he's conducted asone of the hosts of the cable TV series Dead Famous. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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