The Shadow of the Quagga: What a Long-lost Zebra Reveals about Horses, Evolution, and Extinction
The quagga, a South African relative of horses and zebras, has been a key figure in the understanding of evolution since Darwin. In this lecture by Eric Scott, Curator of Paleontology at San Bernardino County Museum, learn about how changes in habitat may have caused the rapid evolution of the quagga’s appearance.
Enter through 24 Oxford St.
Parking/Directions: See website for details. An 8 minute walk through Harvard Yard from the Harvard Square red line T stop.
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26 Oxford St.
Cambridge, MA 02138