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2020 Profiles and Perspectives

National Geographic Photographer Concludes 2020 Profiles and Perspectives Community Enrichment Series

Posted Sept. 18, 2020

ARDMORE, Okla. — National Geographic photographer Vincent Musi will present “Where the Wild Things Live,” 7-8:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. The presentation will be a live online seminar, followed by a Q&A with questions from the online audience.

For more than 25 years, Musi has photographed diverse subjects — from traveling Route 66 to global warming, life under volcanoes, illegal immigration and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. He gets up close to his subjects, despite the fact that they growl, bark, roar, hiss, claw and pee on him.

With his trademark witty sense of humor, Musi taps into his inner Dr. Dolittle as he shares stories from his encounters with some extraordinary animals, including a bonobo (pygmy chimpanzee) with a 300-word vocabulary and a crow that makes and uses tools.

Musi has photographed exotic pets, the world’s deadliest snakes, rodents of unusual size and other animals that you’d never expect to see in someone’s living room.

Profiles and Perspectives is offered at no cost courtesy of The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation. Preregistration is required in order to receive event login details. For more information and to register, please visit www.noblefoundation.org/profiles/musi/.

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Vincent MusiNational Geographic photographer Vincent Musi will conclude the 2020 Profiles and Perspectives Community Enrichment Series. The presentation will be a live online seminar.

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“Vincent Musi will entertain you with his offbeat odyssey into the surprising world of animal and human behavior. He is an exciting finale to our first ever virtual Profiles and Perspectives season.”

J. Adam Calaway, chair of the Profiles and Perspectives committee

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