Star with Darwin

If your on-camera persona is up to snuff, you could appear in a film about Charles Darwin, reports the Guardian. The Darwin Aloud project is calling for videos of people reading an excerpt from On the Origin of Species in their native language in front of a landmark, a scientifically important site, or other scenery. The deadline is May 31st, so dust off your recorder and get shooting.

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