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Dinosaurs for the Rest of Us: Tales from Korea's Cretaceous Park
This webinar will feature fascinating facts about recent research into dinosaurs which will pique both science-oriented folks, as well as adventures, and of course kids (young and old) who are in touch with their sense of wonder about the dinosaurs.

- The incredible legacy of dinosaurs in Korea: enormous tracksites and what those tracks tell us; their skin impressions; and even astonishing evidence of a 10+-foot-tall upright bipedal crocodile!

- Korea’s intense promotion of cultural heritage and pride around their dino discoveries

- The delicate balance and sometimes fiery conflicts stemming from the clash between development interests and the preservation of these globally groundbreaking scientific dino discoveries

Engage with expert Jeff Lamontagne CALS '91 to hear more about his trip to South Korea this summer to explore some of their most critical sites, and some of the groundbreaking discoveries impacting paleontology today. Jeff is the Executive Director of Dinosaur Ridge in Morrison, Colorado, itself a globally iconic paleontology site.

Dec 6, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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