Tyrannosaurus rex, with its massive skull, ferocious teeth and tiny arms is perhaps the best known of all dinosaurs. Even so, there's still so much more to learn about the T. Rex, at every life-stage. Recent findings, for example, suggest that T. Rex changed far more dramatically with age than previously thought. This has us looking at fossil specimens in a whole new way.
Dr. David A Burnham, renowned Paleontologist at the University of Kansas’s Biodiversity Institute will present fascinating recent discoveries regarding T. Rex, including fossils collected in the Hell Creek rocks of Montana. An expert in dinosaur research, Dr. Burnham has travelled the globe documenting the natural history of dinosaurs and has published extensively on both raptors and T. Rex. Currently, his lab at the University of Kansas Natural History Museum is working on bones from a T. Rex and current field work will continue the significant excavation in Montana
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Show Time: 9:00 am