Ocean WondersA great sea stretches as far as the eye can see. This area will one day become Bavaria, Germany. Basking on the beach is a bizarre sphenodont, Oenosaurus. Once it has been sufficiently heated by the sun, it dives in the sea. A large crab walks along the bottom, a predator looking for prey. The hunter is about to become the hunted. The Oenosaurus swims down and grasps the crab in its jaws. He swims back to the shore and climbs up the rocks. He then feeds on his catch.More Like This
Farther off in the ocean, a Kimmerosaurus rises to the surface and takes a deep breath. He then dives back into the sea. He is preparing to hunt. He finds a school of fish. When the spot him they group together in a huge, swirling ball. The Kimmerosaurus flies through the bait ball, his purpose not to get any of the fish but rather to frighten them. A Machimosaurus joins him and tries to stun the fish by sending waves of water at them with her tail. The two once again swim through the ball of fish, each snatching a few and
Land of the HadrosaursVast woodland spreads across the landscape in what will one day become Montana. It is now a battlefield between predators and prey. Here takes place the struggle between life and death. The sun is rising, painting the sky with bright colors and flooding it with sunlight.More Like This
Deep in the forest, a predator sleeps peacefully. He is a Daspletosaurus. His fluffy feathers are blown gently by the slight breeze and his striking colors are revealed by the rising sun. However just because the sun is on the rise doesn’t mean he has any intention of waking up. He will have little choice. A deafening trumpeting sound hits his ears like a hurricane and makes him dizzy.
The sound is caused by a Gryposaurus. It is the mating season for these remarkable hadrosaurs. They attract mates by bellowing as loud and long as they can and as they do their nasal sacs inflate, amplifying the sound more. The thunderous sound can be heard miles away.
Farther off than the sound travels, the pterosaur Piksi leaps f