Join us virtually every Thursday this summer at 11:00 a.m. MT for a special presentation, live from the Royal Tyrrell Museum’s Distance Learning Studio. You’ll see fascinating fossils from our Collection and have the opportunity to ask questions of our Education experts. Let us bring the Museum to you in these exciting virtual experiences!
We Dig Dinos!
T. rex, raptors, and Triceratops! Learn about the dinosaur superstars and their family groups during this live, 45-minute webcast with the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology. Located in the Alberta badlands, we’ll virtually venture into the field to see how fossils are discovered and excavated. We will learn how fossils help us explore our ancient world using specimens from our Collection. The program concludes with a Q&A session with a Museum expert. We sure dig dinos, and hope you do too!
First Steps: Dinosaur Eggs & Babies
From little feet to towering titans, we’ll explore the mysterious history of dinosaur eggs and babies. Learn about egg-citing discoveries, how different dinosaurs protected their babies, and what fossils can tell us about parental care, in this 45-minute webcast. The program concludes with a Q&A session with a Museum expert. See what’s cracking this summer at the Royal Tyrrell Museum!
10 Scariest Specimens
Prepare to be frightened as the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology presents the Top 10 Scariest Specimens in our Collection! During this Distance Learning special presentation, you will see a crocodile skull the size of a Smart car, the largest dinosaur claw ever found, and a creature with a set of teeth bigger than T. rex! The program concludes with a Q&A session with a Museum expert. With the fossils we share, you’ll be in for a scare!
Royal Tyrrell Museum Virtual Visit
Take a tour of the Royal Tyrrell Museum without leaving home! During this interactive virtual visit, we'll guide you through our world-renowned galleries and exhibits. Marvel at creatures from ancient seas, explore Dinosaur Hall, and discover how life carried on after the catastrophic asteroid impact 66 million years ago. The program concludes with a Q&A session with a Museum expert.
Dates and Times:
Thursdays at 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. MT
July 8 – We Dig Dinos! (Closes July 7)
July 15 – First Steps: Dinosaur Eggs & Babies (Closes July 14)
July 22 – 10 Scariest Specimens (Closes July 21)
July 29 – Royal Tyrrell Museum Virtual Visit (Closes July 28)
Aug 5 – We Dig Dinos! (Closes Aug. 4)
Aug 12 – First Steps: Dinosaur Eggs & Babies (Closes Aug. 11)
Aug 19 – 10 Scariest Specimens (Closes Aug. 18)
Aug 26 – Royal Tyrrell Museum Virtual Visit (Closes Aug. 25)
This is multi-site event conducted through Zoom. There will be no audio or video from participants. Registration for each program closes at 3:30 p.m. MT on Wednesday, the day before the program is offered. The program link will be emailed at 4:00 p.m. the day prior to your program. A recording of the program will be made available the following day for 24 hours.
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