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Lauren Koenig

Animal Behavior

Michigan State University

I’m a PhD candidate at Michigan State University where I study the strange adaptations that allow some of the most bizarre animals to survive on the planet. I’ve worked on several field projects throughout North and South America so I can learn more about wildlife up-close. When I’m not dealing with unrequited love from my research animals, I serve as the Editor-in-Chief of the Scientista Foundation, a national organization that empowers pre-professional women in STEM fields.

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Mountain lions switch up their sleep schedules to find prey in one of Patagonia's most extreme landscapes

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The nocturnal cats defy expectations and adapt to an evolving predator-prey game

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