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Café Scientifique

Everybody knows the big names in paleontology — Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor — but what about lesser-known species? Dr. Matthew Lamanna, the principal dinosaur researcher at the Carnegie Science Center, has spent the past two decades searching for Titanosaurus fossils, one of the most diverse and abundant Southern species. Among the findings is the most complete Titanosaur fossil ever discovered. Hear about this and more from Dr. Lamanna himself at the Science Center’s Café Scientifique.

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