NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S MONSTERFISH HOST TO JOIN BANNERS SEASON

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC’S MONSTERFISH HOST TO JOIN BANNERS SEASON

TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018  | 7 PM

Parra Ballroom, Holbrook Student Union, McNeese State University
FREE and open to the public

The travels of Zeb Hogan, research assistant professor in the College of Science, has taken him from Mongolia to the Pacific Northwest, Thailand to Australia. The purpose? A singular focus for finding, studying and protecting the world’s largest freshwater fish, an effort to bring attention to the growingly fragile freshwater ecosystems and their endangered inhabitants. These megafish are defined as being six feet long and 200 pounds—or larger. Partnering with National Geographic, Hogan documents his travels on the Nat Geo television show, Monster Fish, now in a sixth year of production.

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