Multilingual Ecology Animation Public
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Our team communicated ecology concepts to Melbourne's diverse audiences by animating and translating videos to expand Port Phillip EcoCentre community outreach which has been impeded by language barriers and the pandemic. The four concepts we presented are not easily captured with cameras, so animation enabled in-depth explanation of ecological processes that would otherwise go unseen. These topics were: soft sediment systems; nest hollows; short-finned eels; native pollinators. We then translated these videos into six languages to include a multicultural audiences.
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|Short Finned Eels (English-US).zip||Public||
|Native Pollinators (English-US).zip||Public||
|Soft Sediments (English-US).mp4_.zip||Public||
|Nest Hollows (English-US).zip||Public||
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