ARMCHAIR TRAVEL: THE ORIGINS OF DINOSAURS

Date

Tuesday 7 September 2021

Time

4–5pm (BST)

Location

Online

Details

Our September Armchair Travel event will delve into the latest evidence for the origins of dinosaurs, in what is now South America. Professor Paul Barrett will discuss how dinosaurs became some of the most successful land animals of all time and plot their evolutionary journey from starting as small, rare animals living in the shadows of many other early reptiles in what is now Argentina and Brazil, to going on to dominate the Earth.  

Professor Barrett is the Natural History Museum's senior dinosaur specialist and a world-leading expert on the evolution and biology of dinosaurs and other extinct reptiles. He has previously held the position of Departmental Lecturer in the Department of Zoology at Oxford and is a frequent contributor to dinosaur-related news in the media, most recently on Channel 5's World of Wonder series. Professor Barrett will also be accompanying next year's alumni trip to Argentina

This event will be recorded and will be available to view on our website after the event. 

 

 

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Please note that the registration process and event is being organised by Last Frontiers. Your attendance at this event will be shared with the University by Last Frontiers. This event will be recorded.