RICHARD BIZLEY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY RICHARD BIZLEY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Early Cretaceous life. Artwork of a number of different prehistoric creatures that existed around 125-130 million years ago during the Barremian era of the Early Cretaceous period (around 146-100 million years ago), in what is now the Wessex Formation on the Isle of Wight, UK. Two Iguanodon (centre left) can be seen among a number of smaller Hypsilophodons, one of which has been caught by a Goniopholis crocodile. A spiny Polocanthus (lower left) feeds on some plants, while a Baryonyx is catching a fish in the river, Caulkichphalus and Istiodactylus pterosaurs fly overhead, and a Brachiosaurus watches from the far bank.
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