Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Early Jurassic pterosaur, Dimorphodon, eats an early relative of the herring, Leptolepus. By Wayne D. Barlowe.


A terrible reptile, but not a dinosaur, this Mosasaur devours a nautiloid of the Late Cretaceous seas. By William Parsons.

Australian dinosaurs

A group of Australian dinosaurs from various parts of the Early Cretaceous. They signify the radiations of dinosaurs into many types and to distant climes. In the foreground are two large Muttaburrasaurs, a Fulgotherium (herbivores), and behind them the ferocious Rapator. By Mark Hallett.