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    The Shadow of the Quagga: What a Long-lost Zebra Reveals about Horses, Evolution, and Extinction

    Presented by at Harvard Museum of Natural History

    June 27, 2013


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    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. A lecture by Eric Scott, Curator of Paleontology at San Bernardino County Museum.

    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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    Cambridge, MA 02138

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