Kasey Fowler-Finn

Kasey Fowler-Finn

Jul 23, 2014

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    About This Project

    Have you ever wondered why some animals cooperate and others fight? I am studying cooperation and conflict during mating in 10 species of daddy longlegs to understand why.

    I am headed to Virginia to conduct field & laboratory work to study daddy longlegs mating. This work is possible thanks to your support!

    If you back my project, you will get to see a new video each day July 18-23 - with any luck you will see a new species each day!
    Blast off!

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