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The specimen (pictured below right) was found in the Lufeng Formation alongside fossilised nests and hatchlings of the displayed Lufengosaurus, one of the earliest known dinosaurs.
We are delighted to have this specimen on display, which gives visitors a unique opportunity to examine the fossilised skeleton of the first meateating dinosaur found in Wales, and one of the oldest Jurassic dinosaur in the world.
The study was conducted by an international team of researchers, including Vandana Prasad of the Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany in Lucknow, India, who studied the dinosaur coprolites, or fossilised dung.
Meanwhile, scientists have extracted a fossilised ichthyosaur, a dolphin-like creature, from the Yorkshire coast, UK.
The rare find at the ancestral home of the Duke of Northumberland was made on an area of overgrown rockery by gardener Ms Anita Milewczyk, who recognised traces of fossilised bark on what appeared to be a piece of rock.
v=qgJs_aW0rtw&list=UUlZIpkh8yMJlcDzExajlJNw) a video on YouTube of the fossilised doll on Oct 17.
These microbodies were previously interpreted to be the fossilised remains of those bacteria that once contributed to the decomposition and degradation of the carcasses.
Fossilised tree stumps unearthed at a colliery near Wallshield are on show at Northumberland National Park's Once Brewed visitor centre on Hadrian's Wall.
The fossilised skeleton of the first rhino, believed to have weighed nearly two tonnes is being studied at the Natural History Museum in London, where it will eventually go on display.
The large fossilised trunks were unearthed last year at the Darrell opencast coal site in Neath's Dulais Valley.