Hippos in the Cam, mammoths at Barnwell – Ice Age Cambridge?
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Introducing the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences’ new ‘Ice Age’ exhibition: bones and teeth found in deposits dating from a geologically recent ice age that tell the remarkable story of how climate change impacted upon life and the environment of Cambridge during the latter part of the ice age.
- 4.30pm — Talk in the Tilley Lecture Theatre
- 5.15pm — Private view of the exhibition and reception in the Museum
Douglas Palmer is a science writer specialising in fossil evolution and geology and was a lecturer in palaeontology at Trinity College Dublin. He's also part-time communications officer for the Sedgwick Museum.
A supplementary charge of £5 applies to this event.
We regret that there is no wheelchair access to the Museum. There is a lift in the Department for those that have difficulty walking up stairs.