Thursday, October 18, 2007

Tea, Rex?

Melbourne Has A Jurassic Spark

Photograph copyright: DAVID McMAHON

Yes, I was astounded by the size of the dinosaur fossil they found in Argentina this week, but look what I tracked down recently. Independent studies have shown that this species, previously thought to be extinct, is still popular in Australia. Forget about T-Rex, this is thought to be the most colourful example of the fairgroundus rewardus.


Eve said...

It would have been funny to have your head stuck in its mouth for the shot. :)

Flassie's Fil'a said...

Great Shot! LOL eve!
I don't know if I had mentioned b/4 that I have a photo up on my blog of a rock that look's like it has some type of creature on what looks like an egg fossil.

Cande posted about National
Novel Writing Month at a Blog
website I visit. Have you heard about it? I think this is the link to it if I remember correctly. If not you could probably find it on the web.
Have a Blessed Week!

Flassie's Fil'a said...

Just went back and checked that link.


bermudabluez said...

You are correct! Not the gold that I expected!!

Jules said...

Hi David - great to catch up with your post after my holiday. It is so wonderfully eclectic - never boring!!!

I am so chuffed I am in your wild card selection again - I love being described as wild!!!!

Natalie said...

Such a ferocious beast! Lol!

CaBaCuRl said...

Me, calling YOU a galah?? NEVER! ;-) Is this dinosaur Dorothy's sister/daughter/MIL??

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

That creature—dinosaur or dragon—I wager is much more colorful (and docile) than the original!

Nap Warden said...

Hey David...this is another great picture!

Anonymous said...

Looks like a dragon. Where's Dilly? Dilly has to see this.

karoline said... proud you must be to home the oldest living species of tree in the brunswick ca. was given a seedling to tend to last year sometime and i cannot wait to go see it..yer bloody good at keepin secrets down under..and its a darn good thing..


sex said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.