Science immortalised in cartoon

1 02 2013

Well, this is a first for me (us).

I’ve never had a paper of ours turned into a cartoon. The illustrious and brilliant ‘First Dog on the Moon‘ (a.k.a. Andrew Marlton) who is chief cartoonist for Australia’s irreverent ‘Crikey‘ online news magazine just parodied our Journal of Animal Ecology paper No need for disease: testing extinction hypotheses for the thylacine using multispecies metamodels that I wrote about a last month here on ConservationBytes.com.

Needless to say, I’m chuffed as a chuffed thing.

Enjoy!

Stripey


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1 07 2014
Great biodiversity cartoonists | ConservationBytes.com

[…] whatever that means (marsupial fetish, I think). I’ve even had the immense honour of having my own work immortalised in cartoon by this wonderful […]

14 10 2013
Making science matter | ConservationBytes.com

[…] getting across your science message (something to which I certainly subscribe – see examples here and here). Then, Minttu2 Heimovirta, top environmental journalist with the Finnish Broadcasting […]

23 09 2013
Mike Fowler

You should be as chuffed as a chough!

23 09 2013
CJAB

Yes, of course – bit of a joke, that, in deference to Blackadder.

2 02 2013
John R Platt (@johnrplatt)

Love it

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