Evolutionary biologist and television presenter stages dinosaur show in Norwich

Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist originally from Great Yarmouth, with a claw for his show about

Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist originally from Great Yarmouth, with a claw for his show about dinosaurs, part of the Science Festival. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

Youngsters and parents went on a prehistoric adventure as they encountered some of the planet's deadliest dinosaurs.

Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist originally from Great Yarmouth, with a claw for his show about

Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist originally from Great Yarmouth, with a claw for his show about dinosaurs, part of the Science Festival. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist and television presenter, has been in Norwich this week to perform his So You Think You Know Dinosaurs?! stage show.

The shows, which took place on Monday, were staged at Norwich Playhouse as part of Norwich Science Festival.

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Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist originally from Great Yarmouth, with a claw for his show about

Dr Ben Garrod, evolutionary biologist originally from Great Yarmouth, with a claw for his show about dinosaurs, part of the Science Festival. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017


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Using film footage from the BBC's Planet Dinosaur, the interactive show pits the knowledge of children against their parents.

Mr Garrod, who was born and raised in Great Yarmouth, has presented television shows including Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur, with David Attenborough, and Secrets of Bones.

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The science festival, which this year includes more than 125 events, continues until Sunday, October 29.

For more information about the festival and its events, click here.

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