Susan Barker

Susan Barker

Albury, NSW / Gamer, anatomy tragic, evolutionist, dinosaur enthusiast, birdwatcher, occasionally described as a 'mad trout', bendier than usual.
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SUPERBLY ELEGANT FOSSIL SEA LILY  Seirocrinus subangularis  Lower Jurassic  Posidonienschiefer Formation, Holzmaden, Baden-Württemburg,  Germany  The Crinoid, known also as the Sea Lily or Feather Star, is one of  the world's so-called "living fossils", with species still to be  found in today's oceans from Indonesia to the Caribbean.

SUPERBLY ELEGANT FOSSIL SEA LILY Seirocrinus subangularis Lower Jurassic Posidonienschiefer Formation, Holzmaden, Baden-Württemburg, Germany The Crinoid, known also as the Sea Lily or Feather Star, is one of the world's so-called "living fossils", with species still to be found in today's oceans from Indonesia to the Caribbean.

With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found.

With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found.

A fossilised skull of a tyrannosauroid, Yutyrannus huali, meaning “beautiful feathered tyrant” a combination of Latin and Mandarin. Three remarkably complete skeletons representing a previously unknown species of giant, feathered tyrannosaur have been discovered in China. The creature is the largest-known feathered animal, living or extinct.

A fossilised skull of a tyrannosauroid, Yutyrannus huali, meaning “beautiful feathered tyrant” a combination of Latin and Mandarin. Three remarkably complete skeletons representing a previously unknown species of giant, feathered tyrannosaur have been discovered in China. The creature is the largest-known feathered animal, living or extinct.

Sinosauropteryx prima: Early Cretaceous – 122 Ma): Theropoda: Discovered by Ji & Ji, Artwork by Cheung Chung Tat

Guanlong by William Stout | h/t @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Erwin Brouwer

Guanlong by William Stout | h/t @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Erwin Brouwer