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"Dinosaurs Without Bones" - Lecture and Book Signing at Fernbank Museum

- This event is a production of the Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
- The lecture is free.
- Museum and/or IMAX® admission must be purchased separately.
- It is highly recommended that you call [masked] to make reservations. (Consult this webpage if the phone number appears masked.)
- Your RSVP here does not reserve you a seat.
- Lecture-only guests will be seated starting at 3:45 pm.
- Books will be available for purchase in the museum store.

"Dinosaurs Without Bones" - Lecture and Book Signing at Fernbank Museum

Anthony J. Martin, PhD
Professor of Practice, Department of Environmental Sciences
Emory University

Illustration credit: Peter Trussler.

What if all of the dinosaur bones disappeared tomorrow - how would we know that dinosaurs existed and how they behaved? Fortunately, dinosaurs left tracks, nests and many other traces during their 165-million-year history.

Join Emory paleontologist Tony Martin, author of the newly released, "Dinosaurs without Bones: Dinosaur Lives as Revealed by Their Trace Fossils," (Pegasus Books) as he shares his insights into dinosaur trace fossils and the lasting marks these animals left on our modern world. A book signing will immediately follow the lecture.

This lecture is made possible by a generous gift from Marty and John Gillin in honor of Carter and Hampton Morris and is part of Adventures in Science Day, presented in conjunction with the Atlanta Science Festival (March 22-29).

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  • Callahan Pope M.

    Tony Martin did a fantastic job of making dino's w/o bones an engaging and really fun talk.

    March 24, 2014

  • Kathy

    Wonderfully presented lecture loaded with interesting facts, accompanied by a large dollop of humor and beautiful visuals.

    1 · March 23, 2014

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