A TV wildlife presenter who made international headlines when she was snapped next to a huge jellyfish off the Cornish coast will deliver a talk on her conservation efforts in Aberdeen.
Welsh biologist and filmmaker Lizzie Daly gained sudden fame when an image of her swimming beside a massive barrel jellyfish was covered by a range of major news outlets.
She will discuss her work at Aberdeen University on Monday, November 4, as part of a series of talks organised by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society which are based on inspiring individuals.
The wildlife enthusiast has worked as a presenter on Cbeebies, CBBC, National Geographic, BBC Two, Animal Planet and is now a host on the BBC Earth Unplugged YouTube channel.
Her conservation efforts have taken her from from the depths of the rainforest in Borneo, to the Icy Strait in south-east Alaska and placed her at the forefront of conservation efforts in Kenya.
Tickets for this event are available on Eventbrite online and on the door.