Many of us at some point in our lives have had a fascination with dinosaurs: their bones, their teeth, their claws. What about with their footprints? Dr. James Farlow is a paleontologist specializing in ichnology, the study of footprints. He will be at Eckhart Public Library (Close Community Room) on Tuesday July 22, at 6 PM to share his expertise on dinosaur footprints and what the study of footprints reveals about how dinosaurs lived.
Dr. Farlow holds a Ph.D. in paleontology from Yale University. He teaches geology at IPFW.