a (slightly postero-) lateral view
I like the fairly erect posture of the supporting limb, for once a theropod is not in the perpetual “I need to go to the potty”-crouch we’ve come to be used to ever since Jurassic Park.
And Baryonyx walkeri, the famous Dorking Dinosaur. Slightly anterior view and posterolateral view.
This was hard to get good pictures of, because of the spotlights. Very atmospheric, but very much creating hard shadows, too.
The Tyrannosaurus model, again very un-crouched! Well done
And the very crouched
Velociraptors Deinonychi, nearly freezing to death after having been plucked:
Very nice diversity in postures among the skeletal mounts, though! There is much good to be said about the NHM Dinosaur Hall, even if my first post on it may have sounded differently.
All the annoying metal bars and cables in the photos have to be there, I am sorry to say: the walkway and support for the skeletons mounted at the upper level are totally separate from the Hall’s walls! They could do with a dusting, though