World's Largest Dinosaur Graveyards: Hunting Dinosaurs from Canada to Mongolia
Tuesday, September 24
Conard Performance Hall in Riedl Hall (room 151)
During the Late Cretaceous 75 million years ago, some of the largest and most deadly dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Were they responsible for the giant graveyards of dead carcasses piled up around the world, or were even bigger, more dangerous forces involved? Join Vertebrate Paleontologist Dr. Michael Ryan from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History as he explores the giant dinosaur bone beds of the world.