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22nd Annual Farrand Memorial Lecture: On the Trail of an Ice Age Mastodon

December 14, 2022

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Watch time:

>60 mins
Event 101219 Original 1

Daniel C. Fisher, the Claude W. Hibbard Collegiate Professor of Paleontology, joined the University of Michigan Natural History Museum for the 22nd Annual Farrand Memorial Lecture. In this recorded lecture, Fisher explores the life of the Buesching mastodon, revealing the story of one male’s struggles and victories, from adolescence to the mating-season battle that ultimately claimed his life.

The Farrand Memorial Lecture honors the memory of Dr. William R. Farrand, who served as Director of the U-M Exhibit Museum of Natural History for seven years (July 1993-June 2000), and his long career as a professor in the U-M Department of Geological Sciences.

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