Saturday, April 21, 2018
Predators and their Prey in Ancient Oceans
11:00 am-12:00 pm Add
2040 Valley Life Sciences Building
Today's oceans harbor a variety of predators, such as sharks and drilling snails. Seas in the distant past were also full of danger. Follow the detective work of paleontologists to uncover evidence of dangerous predators and their prey over the last 750 million years. This event is part of the Berkeley Natural History Museums and Department of Integrative Biology lecture series.
Adiel Klompmaker, Postdoctoral Scholar, Finnegan Lab