I’m off to London again today, to tackle the forelimb of the giraffe. Expect more gory pictures….. Until then, here’s another preview of the upcoming series of posts on the palaeo I grew up with.
An ammonite “pavement” from the Lias α 3 in the SMNS. Yes, that is a railing around it, and a sturdy one: these ammonites are huge! 50 cm across is not rare.
And here is a picture Dave Hone unintentionally scooped me on: a diorama at the SMNS of the Muschelkalk sea of Germany. Mine is a panorama image from 6 or so pictures, so the resolution is a tad higher than in Dave’s – yell for full size pic in comments and I’ll email it.