|Grey-headed Honeyeater Lichenostomus keartlandi, Lark Quarry CP;|
a living dinosaur.
|The trackway from the viewing platform, a chaos of clearly identifiable tracks.|
There are doubtless many more still covered by the surrounding rock, visible at the back.
|The clarity of many of them seems remarkable; |
to the left can clearly be seen the long-toed prints of Skartopus.
|Here a massive footprint of the apparent pursuing predator overlays the smaller prints.|
|'Skartopus' tracks, now interpreted as being made by a buoyed-up Wintonopus pushing along the bottom sediments as it part-floated across the river.|
|Wintonopus crossing the river, leaving the characteristic deep scratches in the sediment, |
as illustrated by researcher Anthony Romilio, courtesy of Science Daily.