Darla Zelenitsky

Saturday 11 May 2019 -
13:00 to 14:00
A1 Arena | general audience | ticketed event

A major re-evaluation of the creatures that ruled the Earth for 150 million years by one of the world’s leading palaeontologists. Using fossil clues gathered with brand new technology, Brusatte’s new book, due to come out in Bulgarian soon, traces these magnificent creatures from their evolution in the Triassic period, through the Jurassic to their financial catastrophic days in the Cretaceous. Discover what it means to be a dinosaur hunter. This is the thrilling untold story of a lost world.

Steve Brusatte is a palaeontologist on the faculty of the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. He travels around the world discovering and studying dinosaurs and has named more than 15 new species. His 2018 book The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs was an international bestseller and named 'Science Book of the Year' by the Times of London. His research is profiled often in the press and he is the 'resident palaeontologist' for the BBC's Walking with Dinosaurs programme. 

In English, translation to Bulgarian.

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