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Kim Snipes’ Prehistoric Grayson County Presented by Wayne Meyer

  • August 12, 2023
  • 10:00 AM (CST)
  • Visitor Center

Grayson County is well-known for its rich fossil deposits. In this talk, which Kim presented to the Grayson County Historical Society and to the Natural History Museum of Grayson County we look at how Grayson County got to be such a rich depository and what species are most well-known. We also speculate on some other organisms that almost certainly were present but which have not yet been found. Lastly we discuss the end of the age of dinosaurs.

Kim Snipes was an adjunct lecturer and safety officer for the biology department at Austin College. She died of cancer in November 2022, five years after losing her vision. She continued to teach and serve students almost until the very end. Her husband, Wayne Meyer will be presenting her talk in her memory.

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