Dinosaurs: Audio description
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How well do you know your dinosaurs? Listen to this audio description tour of amazing creatures that ruled the world until 65 million years ago in this exhibition that brings the Mesozoic era to life.
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Jobaria tiguidensis and Afrovenator abukensis (AD023)
Meet two dinosaurs from Africa; a giant named after a mythical African creature called Jobar and a smaller dinosaur built for speed.
Ichthyosaur stenopterygius quadriscissus (AD024)
The Stenopterygius was a fish-like marine reptile similar in appearance to modern dolphins.
The cluster from Lightning Ridge (AD025)
110 million years ago when Australia and New Zealand was joined with Antarctica, a cluster of dinosaurs wandered around Lightning Ridge in NSW.
Named after the town of Muttaburra in Queensland where it was discovered in 1963, this plant-eating dinosaur roamed the earth in herds 112-100 million years ago.
Minmi paravertebra (AD027)
This four-legged plant-eating dinosaur called Minmi paravertebr, lived in the Early Cretaceous period 125 to 110 million years ago.
This two-legged carnivorous dinosaur called Giganotosaurus carolinii meaning 'Giant Southern Lizard’, once roamed Argentina in the Cretaceous period.
Caudipteryx zoui (AD029)
This feathered dinosaur called Caudipteryx zoui belongs to the same group of theropods related to modern birds.
Winton trackway (AD030)
Projected onto the wall is a reconstructed scene of Winton, Queensland, 95 million years ago.
Tyrannosaurus rex (AD031)
Known as the ‘Tyrant Lizard King’, the Tyrannosaurus rex roamed the North American landscape during the Late Cretaceous period.
Extinction meteorite (AD032)
The end of the Mesozoic era came to an abrupt end after a meteorite impact decimated over 70 percent of all Earth's animals including dinosaurs.
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