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This class is an overview of recent studies in the realm of dinosaur-era (or mesozoic era) paleontology. We will discuss the implications of the latest findings, and how they have impacted (or will be impacting) both paleontological efforts going forward, as well as the public's continually evolving perception of mesozoic life, their history, and their behavior, and their environment. The class will include a substantial background section to offer attendees the most specific context possible for the kind of world these animals lived in, and how this knowledge directly affects how paleontologists come to understand prehistoric life. Instructor: Henry Kendrick

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