Since Melissa found 19 bones in one small layer, we needed a to mobilize a small crew to extract them.
Whilst down there, we found a few more bones including an ornithopod jaw fragment.
Museum Victoria and Monash University have conducted “Dinosaur Dreaming” digs since 1995. Originally at the Flat Rocks site outside Inverloch, Victoria, it has evolved to include localities along the Bass and Otway Coasts. Since 2008 this blog has shared images and stories of crew taking part in excavations, fossil bones recovered, and fossilly things we get up to between digs. The most recent dig took place at Flat Rocks for 3 weeks in February.
The mammal uppers from ETRW have been published!
Welcome to our newest Dinosaur Dreaming taxon Sundrius ziegleri!
There's some great content this year - besides the Elaphrosaurine, there is an update on the Koonwarra feathers, some exciting prospecting finds, and a completely new set of Bass Coast site maps.