Photo: Dr Emily Mitchell talks about Ediacaran fossils on BBC Earth, fronted by Chris Packham.
Dr Emily Mitchell, Assistant Professor and Curator of Invertebrates at the University of Cambridge Museum of Zoology appeared on episode 2 of the BBC's Earth, fronted by Chris Packham talking about Ediacaran fossils.
Dr Emily Mitchell was previously a funded Henslow Fellow from 2016 to 2019. Learn more about Emily's research here: https://cambridgephilosophicalsociety.org/funding/henslow-fellows/emily-mitchell
Watch Earth on the BBC iPLAYER:https://bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0fpwlny/earth-series-1-2-snowball
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