FIRST INTERNATIONAL KING COBRA SYMPOSIUM OCTOBER 6-8TH 2017
VAN DER VALK HOTEL , VEENENDAAL (NETHERLANDS)
Dear reptile enthusiasts,
We would like to invite you to be a part of a unique symposium! A fantastic line up of internationally renowned scientists, biologists and conservationists.
They’ll inform you on all the work being conducted in king cobra research and conservation as well as many other interesting topics.
Unfortunately the king cobra is getting more and more threatened just as many other reptile species and much work needs to be done to preserve this remarkable snake species.
This symposium has as mentioned before an incredible line up with keynote speakers as; Romulus Whitaker, Dr Bryan Grieg Fry, Matt Goode, Joe Wasilewski, Dr Colin Strine, prof Indraniel Das en Gowri Shankar, there all part of the 17 speakers take part in the symposium.
All the proceeds of the symposium will go directly to conservation and research, making it an important event for wildlife.
One of the keynote speakers will also give a presentation on a scientific breakthrough on which we’ll have the world premiere.
This makes visiting the symposium especially interesting.
Due to the enormous diversity of speakers and topics , the symposium will be suitable for a large interest group like animal enthusiasts, veterinarians, scientists, conservationists, students of biology and wildlife management, teachers of animal husbandry and ecology and also
The symposium will stretch over a two day period (6 and 7 October 2017) and on the 8th visitors might be able to visit the snakeday at Houten.
All info needed for making reservations is in the symposium website: www.kingcobrasymposium.com