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Chris Corpus

Chris Corpus

Chris Corpus in Mongolia

Mongolia is known as the Land of the Blue Sky. Thanks to the efforts of the Mongolian people and international zoo and aquarium conservation work, several endangered species are still found in Mongolia, including the Przewalski’s horse, the last true wild horse species on Earth. Aquarium filmmaker Chris Corpus will share stories from his studies with endangered species in the Mongolian steppe, including wild cats and wild horses, and discuss what Mongolian conservation efforts can reveal about ocean conservation. Corpus is Aquarium’s audio visual production manager, producing the Aquarium’s web series, films, and documentaries. He is also a graduate student in biology at Miami University, with a focus on conservation biology.

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