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National Fossil Day: Katrina Jones & Meg Whitney
Harvard University paleontologists Meg Whitney and Katrina Jones will show you that, with new perspectives and technologies, old bones really can provide new clues about ancient life! Why are fossils important? What can they tell us about how extinct animals moved? How fast did T-Rex really grow? Learn about this and more, and solve some fossil mysteries of your own, as you join Harvard's fossil detectives to unlock the secrets of the past!

Oct 22, 2020 01:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Katrina Jones
Katrina Jones is Research Associate in the Stephanie Pierce Vertebrate Paleontology Lab at Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology. She studies the fossil forerunners of mammals, using living species to provide clues about how these animals may have given rise to the remarkable diversity of mammals we see today.
Meg Whitney
Meg Whitney is Postdoctoral Fellow in the Stephanie Pierce Vertebrate Paleontology Lab at Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology. She studies the cellular-level details preserved in fossil bone to get an in-depth look at the biology of extinct vertebrates.