A FAMILY GROUP of sauropods, each adult the size of three African elephants, wander
about chomping the cycads and horsetails, untroubled by the ostrich-sized predators,
Coelophysis, running by.
But they’re wary of an unseen menace lurking in the undergrowth: the top predator
of the day -notTyrannosaurus rex, which wouldn’t appear until the end of the Cretaceous
period 100 million years later - this is Megalosaurus, nine metres in length and
weighing a ton.
Williamsonia Pecten ‘Seed Fern’
Equisetum Horsetail stems, from Port Mulgrave
Cycad type specimen (i.e. first fossil of this species described)