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Prickly Tuojiangosaurus!

Prickly Tuojiangosaurus!
This is Tuonjiangosaurus multispinus, a Chinese dinosaur a lot like a Stegosaurus. That spiky tail, or "Thagomizer" would pack one heck of a wallop to anything wanting to have a go at the beast!

Perky Sordes pilosus!

Perky Sordes pilosus!
How cute is this rhamphorynchid pterosaur? Small, probably highly agile and covered in fur, Sordes would love to rid you of your insect pests!

Bold Velociraptor!

Bold Velociraptor!
A fierce hunter with many colours!

Parasaurolophus walkeri

Parasaurolophus walkeri
This hadrosaur has one of the most recognisable crests that we know of in the prehistoric world. But as to whether it was a snorkel (alas, unlikely) or display - we may never know for sure!

Pteranodon sternbergi

Pteranodon sternbergi
This magnificent pteranodon soars into the sky, fully aware of just how cool his crest is!

Oz Muttaburrasaurus

Oz Muttaburrasaurus
The remains of this Australian dinosaur were found in Muttaburra, in Queensland. We're gradually learning more about it, but the nose is still a bit of a mystery!

Tyrant King! Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrant King! Tyrannosaurus Rex
Powerful, big and with a mouth full of what essentially are steak knives the t-rex has always fascinated us. From a safe distance!

Diplodocus longus

Diplodocus longus
This distinctive Jurassic sauropod with its long neck and whip like tail is ready for action!

Deinonychus antirrhopus

Deinonychus antirrhopus
This "terrible claw" Deinonychus with his "counterbalancing" antirrhopus tail is on the hunt for Cretaceous dinosaurs or other prehistoric animals too slow or unwary to avoid him!

Spiky Styracosaurus

Spiky Styracosaurus
This Styracosaur is a prickly customer, in lots of vibrant colours too!

Kronosaurus queenslandicus

Kronosaurus queenslandicus
This great and dreadful, knife toothed huge pliosaur of the Cretaceous. Not a dinosaur, but lived around the same time as some of them.

Palaeontology - Dig It!

Palaeontology - Dig It!
A host of prehistoric creatures, bright and fanciful proclaim palaeontological pride!

Archaeopteryx

Archaeopteryx "Dinosaur Bird"
This bright, colourful archaeopteryx has purple plumage and a bright yellow 'beak'. He's in a flap about something!

Velociraptor

Velociraptor
Fleet and fierce, these average sized therapods could really ruin a slow moving herbivore's day. This brightly coloured raptor comes in two styles.

Triceratops

Triceratops
Three horned faces are better than none!

Brachiosaurus/Giraffatitan

Brachiosaurus/Giraffatitan
Shake the ground yourself with this handsome Brachiosaur! Or Giraffatitan. Whatever it is today!

Stegosaur

Stegosaur
He's big! He's Green! He eats cycads!

Quetzalcoatlus

Quetzalcoatlus
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's flamin' HUGE pterosaur!!!!

Ancient Waters

Ancient Waters
A sampler of prehistoric waters. Included are some of the best known aquatic reptiles, and the largest known - Kronosaurus Queenslandicus (my fellow Australian)!

Doomed Conflict

Doomed Conflict
Which will win? Protoceretops or Velociraptor? Neither actually.
They both succumb and are fossilised, to be found millions of years later.


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