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Hunting Dinosaurs on Four Continents with Dr Philip Currie Kane Hall 130, University of Washington
Hunting Dinosaurs on Four Continents with Dr Philip Currie
Dinosaurs are arguably the most successful large terrestrial animals to live on Earth. They dominated the landscape for over 130 million years and continue to be successful through their direct descendants, birds. In a free lecture presented by the Burke Museum, Dr. Philip Currie of the University of Alberta will discuss his travels uncovering dinosaur fossils from the four corners of the globe in order to reveal how these amazingly diverse animals were so successful for so long.