Sunday 22 April 2018
12.30am to 1.30pm
The Auditorium – The Forum
Join Dr David Waterhouse (Senior Curator of Natural History for Norfolk Museums Service), and explore the world of unusual and exotic sounding animals that lived in the county not so very long ago. Including hippos in Happisburgh, monkeys in Mundesley and bears in Bacton.
Norfolk Museums Service has been involved in major discoveries which have transformed our knowledge of early British prehistory. From the West Runton Mammoth, to the earliest evidence of humans in northern Europe at Happisburgh – the archaeological and palaeontological importance of Norfolk’s coastline is astounding.