When: Fri., Nov. 11, 5:30-8:30 p.m. 2016
Dr. Mary Schweitzer, Paleontology Research Curator, North Carolina State University How do we know if a dinosaur is pregnant? While we’ve come a long way in researching dinosaur eggs and embryonic dinosaurs, we are only just beginning to explore the questions of how and when female dinosaurs became pregnant. Explore dinosaur population structures and theories of reproduction traits and look for clues on how dinosaurs lived, how they reproduced and how avian dinosaurs could have potentially been selected for survival when all non-avian dinosaurs went extinct.
Price: *Advance Member: $10; *Advance Nonmember: $12 Day of Member: $12; Day of Nonmember: $14 *Advance rate ends at 11:59pm Thursday, November 10. Students: $6