Discovering dinosaurs on Victoria’s smaller Island. Dr Martin Munt Dinosaur Isle
For over 50 years in the nineteenth century the Isle of Wight was at the forefront of new dinosaur discoveries in the World. Richard Owen filled his monographs with Isle of Wight fossils, Huxley was highly influenced by the discovery of Hypsilophodon in his theory of the relationship between birds and dinosaurs. It was only the opening up of the American West that eclipsed the Island’s dinosaurs.
6pm Saturday 5th May at The Masonic Hall, Lyme Regis.
Tickets £3 for each talk or £10 for the whole evening. Available on the door or in advance from Lyme Regis Development Trust on 01297 445021 or from the information desk on Cobb Gate Car Park.