On Monday May 21 I will again share the stage with my friends Jane Goodall and Johan Rockström! That very evening Jane and I will launch our new book; “Perpetual Calendar of Life” and a book signing will follow the lectures. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Photo by @irisalexandrov
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM CEST
111 24 Norrmalm
Stockholm, Sweden ” Both of us have loved nature all our lives, and we have both learned, first hand, a good deal not only about the wonders of the natural world but also about the harm we humans are inflicting on the planet. But there is hope if we all act together and make life choices to benefit the environment.” – Jane Goodall & Mattias A. Klum
Link to tickets in bio!
To pre-order or to read more about the ”Perpetual Calendar of Life” :
A hippo in a typical threat display towards a rival in Phinda Private Game Reserve, South Africa. Hippos are known to be a bit grumpy, but if you read their behavior and play your cards right it usually works really well. It takes confidence to get this close. Hippos move with great ease in water, "swimming" by kicking their hind feet or simply walking on the bottom. They are well-adapted to an aquatic lifestyle, with small ears, eyes and nostrils set at the top of the head. Their senses are super keen even when submerged in water. By closing its ears and nostrils, the adult can stay under water for as long as six minutes. It's no secret that hippos love water, which is why the Greeks named them the "river horse." Hippos can spend more than 16 hours a day submerged in rivers and lakes to keep their massive bodies cool under the hot African sun. The black market’s insatiable demand for ivory has turned poachers’ attention away from well-protected elephants to more vulnerable hippos! Don't buy exotic animal souvenirs!!
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