Tea and Science: Pickaxe to the Past - How McGill digs dinosaurs
By Dajou Cottrell and Claire Buisson.
Find out about the amazing skeletal remains found during the Vertebrate Paleontology Field course this summer to Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta. Unearthed, excavated and packed-out by the team of McGill students including Dajour and Claire, the preserved remains of this Corythosaurus fossil from the Cretaceous gives us a glimpse into life in the tropical landscape of western Canada about 65 million years ago.
Tea and snacks will be provided by the Redpath Museum Society. Bilingual / bilingue. Fee/Entrée : $7 (+ taxes). Payable at the entrance.
Everyone welcome / Bienvenue à tous. INFO: redpath.museum [at] mcgill.ca