Fossils

A The Fact Detectives episode. Weekdays at 7am and Weekends at 1pm

Thu 19 September 2019

Are fossils just old dinosaur bones? Why do fossils go to hospital? How can old things help us plan for the future?

In this episode the Fact Detectives chat to Tim Ziegler, a palaeontologist at Melbourne Museum, about the importance of fossils. 

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A Kinderling co-production with Museums Victoria

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