Join Dr. David Evans, a Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at the Royal Ontario Museum, to explore some of Canada's newest dinosaurs - including the amazing horned dinosaur Wendiceratops! Dr. Evans will reveal how Canada continues to play a major role in this new dinosaur revolution, contributing a surprisingly large number of new and spectacular species within the last few years. The rate of new discoveries in Canada is at its highest in almost a century - since the badlands were first explored.
Dr. David Evans, who leads dinosaur research at the Royal Ontario Museum, will also discuss the large number of newly discovered dinosaur species worldwide in the last two decades. He will delve into how these discoveries have enhanced our understanding of dinosaur diversity, the way they lived, and how they evolved.
PLUS: Special tour of Dynamic Earth’s UnEarthed exhibition with Dr. David Evans
Join Paleoartist John Gurche to explore the Homo naledi adventure: from discovery, excavation, and analysis to figuring out what they looked like. John Gurche’s illustrations have been featured in twelve issues of National Geographic Magazine, including four covers. His work can be seen in the Smithsonian Institution, the American Museum of Natural History, Chicago’s Field Museum and other museums around the world. His art has appeared on US postage stamps, and he was hired by Stephen Spielberg to create pre-production drawings for Jurassic Park.