As much mud in the streets as if the waters had but newly retired from the face of the earth, and it would not be wonderful to meet a Megalosaurus
, forty feet long or so, waddling like an elephantine lizard up Holborn Hill.
2 The first dinosaur found that was identified scientifically as a dinosaur was the Megalosaurus
FOURTH FLOOR On this level, you and your kids will discover replica skeletons of dinosaurs including a full-size Megalosaurus
, fossilised reptile footprints and Ice Age mammal bones plus explore the canopy of a steamy jungle and see a magnicent lion in the African plains.
We are bummed out and our slide continues (Note: I just looked this up on Wikipedia and saw that the Mesozoic Era featured dinosaurs like Megalosaurus
Dinosaurs - Young archaeologists create their own fossils, excavate a Megalosaurus
tooth, build a T-Rex skeleton, and more with this dino discovery adventure they'll really "dig
The first dinosaur discovery -- Megalosaurus
-- was made in 1824
The impressive display featured 10 life-size dinosaurs, including a Megalosaurus
- the largest predator in the UK - animatronics, touch screen games and a holographic video of TV presenter Chris Packham.
Part of a travelling exhibit, the Dinosaur Trail features a diverse range of animated dinosaurs that also include the Acrocanthosaurus, Brachiosaurus, and Megalosaurus
rex skull, a huge Triceratops skull, real fossils that are over 100 million years old, and a seven metre long replica of the UK's largest carnivorous dinosaur - Megalosaurus
wandering up Holborn Hill is a hallucinatory flash of wit; Ruskin's dragon guarding the Golden Apples of the Hesperides a geological formation with an economic allegory inside it; Melville's squid provocatively rising into view, then sinking, then surfacing once more, a "vast pulpy mass" without "perceptible face or front .
Batty said an anonymous wealthy sponsor had come forward to help the museum with its bid to have the triceratops join its current collection which includes a skeleton of a megalosaurus
While I wasn't looking for it, the giant dinosaur Megalosaurus
bucklandi jumped out at me with a 4+4=8-letter 'cracked word', one more familiar in the plural.