6.00pm to 7.15pm, Thursday 20 April
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Tyrannosaurus is the most famous dinosaur in the world, with its six ton weight and bone crushing bite, but how did the tyrannosaurs come to dominate their prehistoric world? Join palaeontologist Dr David Hone to find about the evolution, ecology and behaviour of this fascinating group of dinosaurs.
This talk is particularly suitable for ages 7+.
David Hone is a palaeontologist and writer whose research focuses on the behaviour and ecology of the dinosaurs and their flying relatives, the pterosaurs. He writes extensively online about palaeontology and science outreach, blog for the science pages of The Guardian, and has recently written a book about tyrannosaurs: The tyrannosaur chronicles.
After the talk, there will be an opportunity to buy books and have them signed by the author.
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