Nat Geo Live


Reserve Your School Group

Main Stage, $7, For Grades 2-5

For more information and to book your group, contact Jaclyn Wood at the Grunin Center for the Arts: 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 or jwood@ocean.edu.

About the Show

Nizar Ibrahim

Visit present-day Morocco and travel back through time with paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim to hear how he and his team discovered a prehistoric monster bigger than T. Rex. The largest known predatory dinosaur, Spinosaurus had spike-shaped teeth, a body more than 15 meters long (50 feet), and unique adaptations to help it survive. Explore the dangerous Cretaceous Era habitat that Spinosaurus called home. Students will be captivated by the amazing story of how this dinosaur was found, lost, and found again.

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This is the daytime school performance. National Geographic Live Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous will also have a lecture at 7:00pm open to the public.


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October 5, 2018
11:00 am
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