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The Cretaceous-Paleogene Mass Extinction and the origins of modern diversity.
Nick Longrich is an American palaeontologist, currently at the University of Bath, leading research into the end Cretaceous extinction.
Which animals died out wit hte dinosaurs 66 million years ago? and which ones made it through and why?
This is a good opportunity to meet one of the big names in vertebrate palaeontology, have some homemade soup and a doughnut.
Tickets £5 (non members), £3.50 members (includes lecture, meal and doughnut)
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