Dinosaur Gallery (inc. birds)
The most popular of all prehistoric animals: those great terrestrial reptiles that flourished throughout the Mesozoic Era and, in the form of birds, beyond, still existing today as the most diverse group of land vertebrates.
Marine Reptile Gallery
The many lineages of reptile which returned to the seas during the Mesozoic, including plesiosaurs, ichthyosaurs and mosasaurs.
The Mesozoic flying reptiles were some of the most spectacular of all fossil animals. Considered monstrous gargoyles for much of the 19th and 20th century, they are, today, regarded as wonderous animals that we are unfortunate to never have witnessed.
Synapsid Gallery (inc. mammals)
Our own evolutionary address: mammals and our ancient relatives. The images in this gallery span a huge range of time, from the late Palaeozoic up until nearly the modern day.
The prehistoric invertebrates, fish, 'amphibians', pseudosuchians and weirdo reptiles that don't fit into the categories above.