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310 N Washington St, Seymour, TX 76380, USA

Classroom Earth

Teacher Paleontology Dig Program!

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Classroom Earth
Classroom Earth

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09 Apr 2022 09:00 – 13:00 GMT-5

310 N Washington St, Seymour, TX 76380, USA

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About the event

We will meet at the museum at 9:00 AM and come in at 1:00 PM

If weather causes us to cancel we will have the dig April 16th.

This program is free to educators.

The Whiteside Museum of Natural History is excited to provide educators with the chance to experience field paleontology in the heart of the best lower Permian fossil beds in the world. Dating back to more than 290 million years ago, fossils found in Seymour, Texas of the first land-dominant herbivores and carnivores help scientists tell a story of how animals conquered land for the first time. What did the ecosystems look like 290 million years ago? What types of animals lived back then? How does studying ancient ecosystems help us learn about our own habitats? We encourage educators to get their hands dirty and learn the fundamentals of Paleontology, and how they can take their experience to their classrooms.

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  • Classroom Earth April 9th

    We will meet at the museum at 9:00 AM and come in at 1:00 PM If weather causes us to cancel we will have the dig April 16th.

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