Flying Dinosaurs: A night at the museum
Join us at the Australian Museum for an evening of fascinating new dinosaur revelations!
When: Thursday 29 May 2014
Where: Australian Museum, Sydney, enter via William St entrance
Time: 6:15pm (for 6:30pm start) – 8:30pm
We have learnt more about dinosaurs in the two decades since Jurassic Park hit cinema screens than during the whole of history up to that point. Around one new species is currently discovered every week, many in China, but others in South America, Mongolia and Africa. There’s so much new knowledge it’s hard to keep up, but one thing’s for certain – if you love dinosaurs, this a great time to be alive!
Come to the Australian Museum for an evening of fascinating new dinosaur revelations with editor of Australian Geographic and author of new book Flying Dinosaurs: how fearsome reptiles became birds, John Pickrell. This launch event for the book will feature a one-hour talk about all the latest dinosaur science followed by drinks and canapes, a book signing and an opportunity to meet the author and the Australian Geographic editorial team.
Founded in Sydney in 1827, the Australian Museum is the oldest museum in the nation (Credit: Wikimedia/Sardaka).