Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats

Why Do Fish Have Colours? With Andrew Khalil

August 02, 2021 Jodie Creek Season 1 Episode 28
Why Do Fish Have Colours? With Andrew Khalil
Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats
More Info
Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats
Why Do Fish Have Colours? With Andrew Khalil
Aug 02, 2021 Season 1 Episode 28
Jodie Creek

Send us a Text Message.

The following Wild Chat is with Andrew Khalil and we have him back for the third time. If you have not listened to his other Wild Chats then I highly recommend you head to previous episodes and check them out.

This episode we chat about WHY fish have colours and how predatory animals have shaped this throughout evolution.

We also go into how fish change sex and how they are actually really smart creatures.

Andrew is such a massive advocate for our oceans and he wants everyone to know how much we actually depend on it for all life on this planet.  At this point in history all life on our planet depends on us to make its continuation possible.

We can all do our part in the day-to-day choices we make to make life better for all the other organisms we share this planet with.

Andrew really is a wealth of knowledge and I encourage you to reach out to him and have a chat, he is so welcoming and loves sharing and learning.

Andrew is a Marine Biologist, underwater Photographer and works at the University of QLD in Brisbane Queensland Australia.

To connect with Andrew you can find him here:  

Don’t forget to connect with me over on our socials:

Enjoy the following Wild Chat!

Support the Show.

We hope you enjoyed that Wild Chat!
To continue delivering educational wildlife material we need your support! Please subscribe, share and review our podcast and for a step further you can help us out by clicking on the "buy me a coffee " link or "support the show" link here.

We appreciate your support and feedback so please reach out to us any time via the following contact:
Email - thewildchatspodcast@gmail.com
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation
Website - https://www.zootoyou.com.au

Jodie Creek and Matt Cornish

Show Notes

Send us a Text Message.

The following Wild Chat is with Andrew Khalil and we have him back for the third time. If you have not listened to his other Wild Chats then I highly recommend you head to previous episodes and check them out.

This episode we chat about WHY fish have colours and how predatory animals have shaped this throughout evolution.

We also go into how fish change sex and how they are actually really smart creatures.

Andrew is such a massive advocate for our oceans and he wants everyone to know how much we actually depend on it for all life on this planet.  At this point in history all life on our planet depends on us to make its continuation possible.

We can all do our part in the day-to-day choices we make to make life better for all the other organisms we share this planet with.

Andrew really is a wealth of knowledge and I encourage you to reach out to him and have a chat, he is so welcoming and loves sharing and learning.

Andrew is a Marine Biologist, underwater Photographer and works at the University of QLD in Brisbane Queensland Australia.

To connect with Andrew you can find him here:  

http://www.instagram.com/a_deep_obsession

http://www.andrewkhalil.com

Don’t forget to connect with me over on our socials:

http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education or http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation

http://www.instagram.com/zootoyou or http://www.facebook.com/zootoyou.qld

Email - jodie@australianwildlifeeducation.com or jodie@zootoyou.com.au

Enjoy the following Wild Chat!

Support the Show.

We hope you enjoyed that Wild Chat!
To continue delivering educational wildlife material we need your support! Please subscribe, share and review our podcast and for a step further you can help us out by clicking on the "buy me a coffee " link or "support the show" link here.

We appreciate your support and feedback so please reach out to us any time via the following contact:
Email - thewildchatspodcast@gmail.com
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation
Website - https://www.zootoyou.com.au

Jodie Creek and Matt Cornish