Pop Up Science – Fossil Shark Teeth

Pop Up Science – Fossil Shark Teeth

Sat., June 19
10:00AM
KU Natural History Museum Facebook page

Join us on June 19th at 10am for a very special Pop Up Science episode all about fossil shark teeth!  We'll learn how to identify fossilized shark teeth that date from about 15 to 5 million years old, including teeth of the famous C. megalodon shark!  Meet a special guest from the Aurora Fossil Museum in North Carolina and learn why the rock layers there contain so many fossil shark teeth.  Eleanor will also compare and contrast the fossils from Aurora with those you can find in eastern Kansas.  This episode will be lots of fun, so don't miss it! Pick up a free at-home Science Kit for this event on June 12, outside the museum. Learn more: https://biodiversity.ku.edu/science-kits