Was there really an Ice Age in South Texas? During the Pleistocene (Approximately 1.8 million to 10,000 years ago), this region would have looked like the Serengeti Plain of Africa with prehistoric elephants, lions, bison, ground sloths and horses. What caused these megafauna to vanish? What can their disappearance tell us about modern-day extinctions? Discover the giants of the late Pleistocene in South Texas with Dr. Adams, and join him on a special curator-led tour of the Discover the Ice Age exhibit.
The Louis A. and Frances B. Wagner Series is supported by the Louis A. and Frances B. Wagner Series Fund.
Suggested donation $10 adults; $5 members
Reservations required; call 210.357.1910.