John R. Horner
- John R. Horner
- Paleontologist; Curator of Paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies
Jack Horner discovered that dinosaurs cared for their young, and some were social animals nesting in colonies.
A paleontologist, he specializes in researching dinosaur behavior and growth; he has accumulated evidence that many named species of dinosaur are actually immature versions of other dinosaur species: he believes up to a third of named dinosaur species could ‘disappear’ when the area is fully researched.
His research is now focused on reactivating dormant dinosaur DNA in birds to hatch modern-day dinosaurs. Horner’s face is familiar to millions from his appearances in many television documentaries about dinosaurs.
Presentations at Calvin UniversityThe Complete T.rex: Predator or Scavenger
Part of the: January Series
Tuesday, January 11, 1994 12:30:00 PM
(12:30 PM–1:30 PM EST)
Covenant Fine Arts Center Auditorium
Underwritten by: Mazda Great Lakes
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