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Can Geo Talks: Spring 2012

Dr. Philip Currie’s ground-breaking new theory
Dino Gangs: Packs of tyrannosaurs more cunning and more terrifying than you ever imagined!

(Photo: Alberta Order of Excellence)
Today’s gangs have nothing on these prehistoric posses of carnivorous reptiles. “Dino Gangs,” as the theory’s been coined, were giant meat-eating dinosaurs that hunted in packs. In his presentation on May 2, 2012 at the Canadian Museum of Civilization Theatre, explore this chilling theory and more with world-renowned professor and paleontologist, Dr. Philip Currie, whose extensive work has put him at the forefront of his field.

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