Richard Forrest a Vertebrate palaeontologist, specialising in plesiosaurs and other marine reptiles. Will host a talk titled : PYSHCO KNIVES and WITHERS WEDGES : EXCAVATING A PLESIOSAUR
This 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.
Date and Time for the event : Wednesday the 11th of January 2017 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Venue : Tinwell Village Hall ,Manor Lane, Tinwell , near Stamford ,Lincolnshire ,PE9 3UF
Here’s a brief insight below to some of Richards very interesting work. A fossil of a Pliosaur, (a huge marine reptile dating back 155 million years) is unveiled by Sir David Attenborough and discussed by Richard Forrest at the Dorset County Museum.