Fresh approaches to deep time: A significant fossil can be cool

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at 06:00 PM


Museum Theatre
Melbourne Museum
Carlton Gardens
Carlton, VIC 3053
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Caz McLennan

Last week Museums Victoria's MV Lecture Series crew and presenters staged a successful 2022 return with a fabulous March lecture that was well received by those seated in the Melbourne Museum theatre and attending online.

The team are back again on the 13th of April at 6pm, on this occasion spotlighting Victoria's fossil emblem. During the presentation you will discover just how the Koolasuchus connects us with unique life in deep time.



Dermot Henry - Head of Sciences Department at Museums Victoria



Dr. Tom Rich - Senior Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at Museums Victoria.

Dr. Anne Warren - Palaeontologist/Emeritus Scholar from La Trobe University.


Adult $12

Concession $10

Member $8 Online

Zoom connection $5


Click on the link below to find out more, as well as to book your Melbourne Museum Theatre or online tickets.


Hopefully we will see you there :-)




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