An evenings talk titled “50 years of the Rutland Dinosaur” by Dr Mark Evans
Wednesday January 10, 2018 | 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Neck vertebrae and restored skull of the Rutland C.oxoniensis
The sauropod known as the “Rutland Dinosaur” was discovered on 19 June 1968 and is one of the most complete specimens of a dinosaur, ever found in the United Kingdom.
Dr Mark Evans curator of natural sciences at the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery will give an interesting insight into 50 years of the Rutland Dinosaur.
The event is free to members of The Stamford and District Geological Society. And for visitors a charge of £3 please. You can also apply for membership on the night.
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