Date: 
April 12, 2019 7:00 pm
Event Category: 
Science Dome

Stunning photo-realistic CGA transports audiences back to the Late Cretaceous, when a great inland sea divided North America in two. The film follows a curious and adventurous dolichorhynchops—familiarly known as a "dolly" — as she travels through the most dangerous oceans in history. Along the way, she encounters long-necked plesiosaurs, giant turtles, enormous fish, fierce sharks, and the most dangerous sea monsters of all, the mosasaur.

This film weaves together a series of paleontological digs from around the globe in a compelling story about scientists working as detectives to answer questions about this ancient and mysterious ocean world. Viewers accompany modern and historical fossil hunters to remote locations as they excavate the remains of some of the most awe-inspiring creatures of all time, unearthing discoveries which shed light on exactly what happened to the film’s incredible cast of characters. A film produced by Lisa Truitt and Jini Durr.

Pierce College Science Dome
Rainier Building, Room 263
Fort Steilacoom Campus
9401 Farwest Drive SW
Lakewood, WA  98498

Campus Location: 
Fort Steilacoom
Building: 
Rainier
Room Number: 
263
Event Contact Name: 
Hillary Stephens
Event Contact Email: 
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