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Scientists in Action: Unearthing Thornton's Triceratops (Tuesday, Sept 5, 9:30a.m. MT)
PROGRAM: A Triceratops skull was partially unearthed on a construction site in Thornton, Colorado. Workers immediately called the Museum, and now Joe Sertich, our curator of dinosaurs, is hard at work unearthing this amazing discovery. Join us live on site with Dr. Sertich as he answers student questions and gives us a peek at the dig site.

FORMAT: This is a live, two-way interactive webcast with multiple classrooms participating. The Q&A webcast is 45-minutes long, and students drive the content with their questions. Thornton-area students will be asking questions live on camera. A Museum paleontology specialist will also be available to answer questions in the chat during the broadcast. Questions? Contact us at distance.learning@dmns.org.

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NOTE: TIME ZONE IS IN MOUNTAIN TIME BY DEFAULT. Please click below to select a different timezone if desired.

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Sep 5, 2017 9:30 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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