Wednesday, May 6, 2009

365 Theme 357 What's For Dinner

Xiphactinus audax, although it looks a bit on the boney side. That's Tylosaurus prorigor preparing to dine.

These two are on display at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, PA, the oldest natural sciences research institution in the US. These are two non-dinosaurs mounted in Dinosaur Hall.

4 comments:

Maria said...

Such luck those creatures doesn´t live nowadays. They look rather sacry with all those huge teeths.

Anonymous said...

Perfect choice for this theme. I think I'd rather mine be filleted though...

Chesney said...

My boys saw this guy on the news and wanted to go to PA on vacation to see it! Very cool!

Danudin said...

Looks just like my second wife after the diet worked and just prior to the divorce.