WTC Winnipeg's Podcast

“The biggest collection of fossiled marine reptiles in Canada” | Interview with Adolfo Cuetara - Tourism series

July 24, 2020 WTC Winnipeg Season 2 Episode 5
WTC Winnipeg's Podcast
“The biggest collection of fossiled marine reptiles in Canada” | Interview with Adolfo Cuetara - Tourism series
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WTC Winnipeg's Podcast
“The biggest collection of fossiled marine reptiles in Canada” | Interview with Adolfo Cuetara - Tourism series
Jul 24, 2020 Season 2 Episode 5
WTC Winnipeg

In this episode, Adolfo Cuetara, Executive Director of the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, discusses with Mariette Mulaire and Colin Ferguson about Manitoba's rich history and how archaeologists are still unearthing 80 million years later. The centre's tours and galleries continue to depict the large marine reptiles that used to inhabit this area of the world, including Bruce, the world's largest Tylosaur.

The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre is located in Morden, Manitoba and focuses on interpreting life that inhabited the Western Interior Seaway, an area that covered most of what is now known as Manitoba, during the late Cretaceous period. 

Show Notes

In this episode, Adolfo Cuetara, Executive Director of the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, discusses with Mariette Mulaire and Colin Ferguson about Manitoba's rich history and how archaeologists are still unearthing 80 million years later. The centre's tours and galleries continue to depict the large marine reptiles that used to inhabit this area of the world, including Bruce, the world's largest Tylosaur.

The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre is located in Morden, Manitoba and focuses on interpreting life that inhabited the Western Interior Seaway, an area that covered most of what is now known as Manitoba, during the late Cretaceous period.