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Jack Horner: Killer Questions in Palaeontology
In case anyone in the London area hasn't heard yet ...
On the evening of Wednesday 6th August, the Natural History Museum's
Darwin Centre is hosting a discussion with Jack Horner and the
Museum's Keeper of Palaeontology Norman Macleod on the big questions:
extinction, predatororscavenger and all. Tickets are £6. Details at
I'll be there!
And related to that, there's a new temporary exhibit coming to the
museum on 1st August, again to do with the predatororscavenger thing
-- but with some neat exhibits:
Four gigantic T rex, including a life-size skeleton
and model plus two huge moving, breathing, menacing
T. rex animatronics are brought together for the first
time to illustrate new evidence suggesting that T. rex
was perhaps a scavenger and not a predator.
Very little information at the web-site but what's there is at
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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