Monday, 10 October 2016

Thursday, 6 October 2016

A question: Are these theropod or ornithopod tracks?

I am still not sure if these EK tracks from the mega track site are theropod or ornithopod tracks?

I am inclined towards the theropod ones. Judging from the shape and size of their footprints theropods were the most diverse dinosaurs at the site.

A reminder for my book:

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Monday, 3 October 2016

My new book Wealden Pond

Dear friends, my dinosaur story ebook has just been published and is available here:
Wealden Pond

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From the Main Brijun island

My research of tracks on the V. Brijun island from 2012: a couple of apparent large iguanodontoid footprints facing up and a large theropod footprint between them, facing down in the image.

Thursday, 29 September 2016

More on tracks

An EK dinosaur trackway. I am not sure about the track maker. It didn't leave a readable signature.

Can you spot the medium sized theropod footprint?

Yet another dinoturbation from the EK mega track site.

A cute critter posing for me.

One less cute but interesting nevertheless.

A poorly preserved giant EK iguanodontoid footprint I discovered this Spring.

Probably by a titanosaur...

Can't say for sure what kind...

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Once again the recent stuff

There is a huge theropod footprint there (not visible from this angle).

The tourists have no idea this was an ancient forest (thrombolites) 100 mya.

Osage oranges anyone?

The spoiled sunset.

The emerald sea.

Monday, 26 September 2016

More recent stuff

The hunt for the tracks was very succesful!

 From the mega track site the other day: a medium-sized theropod footprint that faded away through the process of dessication.

 A "micro" theropod footprint.

A small theropod trackway - indicates it was running fast!