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D-02 Out of Town Don
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D-03 Out of Town Wayne
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D-05 Out of Town Linda
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D-06 Out of Town Joan
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Hills, Hoodoos, and Hadrosaurs

Hadrosaurs - the mesozoic equivalent of cattleHadrosaurs - the mesozoic equivalent of cattle

The Palaeontology 15 class is well underway and we took part in our first program with the Royal Tyrrell Museum.  The program is called Hills, Hoodoos, and Hadrosaurs and during this program we look at an introduction to the science of studying ancient life.  This first program is done as a video conference and so are one or two others during the semester.  The majority of the programs we take part in with the museum are done on site.