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PaleoJoe Presents Dinosaur Day

Join PaleoJoe as he briefly describes different stages of the earth's development, how the earth was formed, the way fossils are formed - all while following National Curriculum Standards and Benchmarks - reinforcing what teachers teach in school. A brief description of types of fossils leads into the Ice Age of North America and is followed by everyone's favorite - DINOSAURS. A spirited discussion of the herbivours and carnivors that once dominated the earth. Learn how we know what we know by looking at the dinosaurs themselves for clues. T-REX and Velociraptor play a major role in this part of the presentation.
  • PaleoJoe Presents Dinosaur Day
  • 2010-07-20T10:30:00-04:00
  • 2010-07-20T11:30:00-04:00
  • Join PaleoJoe as he briefly describes different stages of the earth's development, how the earth was formed, the way fossils are formed - all while following National Curriculum Standards and Benchmarks - reinforcing what teachers teach in school. A brief description of types of fossils leads into the Ice Age of North America and is followed by everyone's favorite - DINOSAURS. A spirited discussion of the herbivours and carnivors that once dominated the earth. Learn how we know what we know by looking at the dinosaurs themselves for clues. T-REX and Velociraptor play a major role in this part of the presentation.
  • When Jul 20, 2010 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM (US/Eastern / UTC-400)
  • Where Cole Park
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  • Contact Phone (989) 845-3211
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Join PaleoJoe as he briefly describes different stages of the earth's development, how the earth was formed, the way fossils are formed - all while following National Curriculum Standards and Benchmarks - reinforcing what teachers teach in school. A brief description of types of fossils leads into the Ice Age of North America and is followed by everyone's favorite - DINOSAURS. A spirited discussion of the herbivours and carnivors that once dominated the earth. Learn how we know what we know by looking at the dinosaurs themselves for clues. T-REX and Velociraptor play a major role in this part of the presentation.