Date and Time: Saturday, January 28, 1:30 p.m.–1:55 p.m.
Title of Lecture: Fishing for the Giant Buzzsaw Shark
Lecture Description: The largest predator of its time, the buzzsaw shark swam along the coast of Utah and Idaho nearly 280 million years ago. But its fossil - a tight spiral of more than 125 teeth - mystified paleontologists for over a century. Thanks to advances in CT-imaging we are able to see the jaws of the animal for the first time, and show how this marvelous beast chomped its way to the top of the food chain! Get ready to see the weirdest shark in history.