Jeremy the Lefty Snail and Other Asymmetrical Animals

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Jeremy the Lefty Snail and Other Asymmetrical Animals


  Last updated November 22, 2019 at 1:10 pm


This is the fascinating story of Jeremy, one in a million snail whose shell coiled to the left rather than to the right. From the amazing story that Jeremy’s genes tell, to his fraught search for love, Jeremy is the snail hero we didn’t know we needed.

SCINEMA 2019 Festival Entry.

Teach This: Jeremy the Lefty Snail and Other Asymmetrical Animals Education Resource

Produced by Dr Robert P Cameron and John Andrew Cameron.

Founded in 2000, SCINEMA is the largest science film festival in the Southern Hemisphere celebrating the power of moving image to explain the wonders of science.

It combines SCINEMA International Science Film Festival and SCINEMA Community Program.

The Festival premieres across Australia in June each year and showcases the best science film from around the world.

SCINEMA Community Program takes place in Australia during National Science Week in August.

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