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Love Learning? CU Invites You To Join In The Steps In Stone, Walking Through Time Lecture Series

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What happened to life on Earth after a six mile-wide asteroid landed near the Yucatan Peninsula approximately 66 million years ago?  Professor Karen Chin will describe trace fossil evidence for some of the earliest animal activity after the second largest mass extinction in Earth History. This CU lecture series is being held in conjunction with the Steps in Stone, Walking through Time exhibit, now showing at the CU Museum of Natural History.
Thursday, October 29, 2015 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm at the CU Museum of Natural History, Paleontology Hall

To purchase discounted Member tickets ($16), click here. Adult tickets ($20), click here . Student (13+ & CU students) tickets ($10), click here Youth (6-12 years) tickets ($5), click here  Five and younger are free!

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