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Angelo Pernetta
Deputy Head (Learning & Teaching) School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences . Conservation Biologist with a passion for scaly things
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Mike Inouye Aug 12
This zombie snail. A parasitic worm Leucochloridium has taken over its motor functions and eye stalks, making them into caterpillar mimics so birds will eat them. The worm can then reproduce in the bird's GI tract, eventually transmitting via its faeces 🤯
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Angelo Pernetta Aug 7
Replying to @AdamHartScience
Several dodgy steps and a fall down a flight of stairs is what it was!
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Angelo Pernetta Aug 7
Replying to @DPernetta
And the verdict is ...🤮
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Angelo Pernetta Aug 7
The Mind boggles with some new craft beers, but I have to try it...
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Angelo Pernetta Aug 6
When in Masham...
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University Brighton Jul 29
Our researchers have conducted a world-first study into microplastics in the brain of a crustacean species. Read about their findings: .
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Royal Society Publishing Jul 26
Using drones and sirens to elicit avoidance behaviour in white rhinos as an anti-poaching tactic
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Rachel White Jul 25
😊 2 of our fab graduating UGs have published their 1st scientific paper! Special Issue. "Quantifying the global legal in live -listed and for commercial purposes"
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 25
It's a shame the image accompanying the story is an edible crab, but nice to see coverage of our microplastics work.
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CITES Jul 22
Singapore seizes a record 8.8 tonnes of & 11.9 tonnes of scales in 3 containers en route from DR Congo to Vietnam via
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 23
Bit of a sad day today... Packing up the office in Hastings for moving to Brighton. A lot of great things happened here and ithis campus has been integral to my role since joining the uni in 2009.
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University Brighton Jul 22
Whilst there are large populations of non-native in Europe their impact has not been as major as many predicted. But our work with colleagues has identified a need for additional measures to prevent their spread
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 22
Article in the times on 's paper.
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 20
Replying to @fergusguppy
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 19
🦀New paper out now! Neil Crooks, Hannah Parker and I find retained for 21 days following trophic transfer, in swimming gills, , and . Paper here: 🦀
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Prof Adam Hart Jul 18
A weird thing about conservation science. It's the only science where sortsman, actors and comedians are allowed a prominent voice. I don't see Kevin Keegan being asked for an opinion on how to run CERN. Or anyone tapping up Michael McIntyre for insights on climate change
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Rosie Woodroffe Jul 18
This is the best burn ever. Scientist recognises individual animal filmed in Botswana but claimed to be in Tanzania by
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Royal Society Publishing Jul 18
Using drones and sirens to elicit avoidance in white rhinos as an anti-poaching tactic
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 17
'Drone herding' can curb rhino poaching via
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Angelo Pernetta Jul 17
More drone footage and an explanatory thread of our research is available here 🦏:
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