Science On Screen: Jurassic Park

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Science On Screen: Jurassic Park

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Special presentation led by Dr. Anthony J. Martin, Emory University Sunday, March 22, 2015 from 3:30pm – 7pm, Auditorium Everyone remembers the first time they saw Jurassic Park (1993), which is still considered the most iconic of all dinosaur-themed movies. But have you watched it with a paleontologist? Join us as paleontologist and author Dr. Anthony Martin shares the science behind some of the most iconic scenes from this film. Was the Velociraptor a pack hunter? How did Brachiosaurus chew its food? Was Tyrannosaurus really a fierce predator, or it did it mostly scavenge? And could one Triceratops possibly make so much poop? Bring your curiosity and questions! Presented in conjunction with the Atlanta Science Festival. Cost: Free; Space is limited and advance reservations are required at 404.929.6400.* *Reserved tickets will be available for pick up at Museum Box Office. Tickets do not include Museum or IMAX® admission. Seating for the presentation will begin at 3:15pm. Film is rated PG-13; we reserve the right to ask that children 13 and younger be accompanied by an adult. Museum and or IMAX® tickets must be purchased separately.

By: Fernbank Museum of Natural History

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