Using How to Train Your Dragon to teach about endangered species, the scientific method, and popularization of science

Matheus C. Drago Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. E-mail: matheusdrago96 (at) gmail (dot) com Download PDF How to Train Your Dragon (2010) is one of DreamWorks’ most famous movies and is set on the fictional Berk, a place where fighting between Vikings and dragons is pretty common.Continue reading “Using How to Train Your Dragon to teach about endangered species, the scientific method, and popularization of science”

Cosplay at Armageddon Expo*

Paul Mountfort1, Anne Peirson-Smith2 & Adam Geczy3 1 Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand. Email: paul.mountfort (at) aut.ac (dot) nz 2 City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Email: enanneps (at) cityu.edu (dot) hk 3 University of Sidney, Sidney, Australia. Email: adam.geczy (at) sydney.edu (dot) au * This is an extract from ChapterContinue reading “Cosplay at Armageddon Expo*”

Terrestrial Mollusca in The Legend of Luo Xiaohei

Guoyi E. Zhang¹ ¹College of Life Sciences, Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China. Email: starsareintherose (at) 163 (dot) com Download PDF Since the beginning of 2019, the web cartoon and flash animation “The Legend of Luo Xiaohei”[1] (in short, Luo Xiaohei) has been viewed more than 72 million times on barrage video website Bilibili (https://www.bilibili.com/). ItContinue reading “Terrestrial Mollusca in The Legend of Luo Xiaohei”