Again thanks to Lisa for capturing the moment so well!
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 take place at Eric the Red West for 3 weeks in February.
|The first bone found in the newly|
exposed fossil layer, by Lesley Kool
|Cross section through dinosaur limb bone|
found by Lesley Kool in the newly exposed area.
|Possible turtle pelvic bone found by|
David Pickering, near the site of the
articulated dinosaur skeleton
|Some of the team watching Dave cut out|
one of the newly discovered bones,
while Lisa Nink documented the event
for the Museum Victoria blog.
|Mary holding her skully fragment. |
The sun was almost shining!
|Gerry and Mary breaking rock while|
Erich removed one of the newly
discovered bones in the background.
|Dave, Rolf, Tony|