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Australia’s most complete meat-eating dinosaur, Australovenator wintonensis was found in 2006 and scientifically named in 2009. The holotype specimen is housed in the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History https://www.australianageofdinosaurs.com/ Queensland Museum palaeontologist Dr. Scott Hocknull said the discovery was a child-hood dream come true when he found the first bone of a meat-eater (a toe bone) at the site amongst the huge bones of a giant plant-eating sauropod dinosaur, Diamantinasaurus matildae.
Australovenator wintonensis Hocknull et al. (2009) https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0006190 3D Model - Konstantinov, Atuchin & Hocknull (2013).K3D Model - Konstantinov, Atuchin & Hocknull (2013). Sketchfab Scene – Hocknull (2020) Image Credit – Hocknull (2016) Copyright Queensland Museum (2020)
This work was made possible by a partnership between Queensland Museum and BHP. For more information visit projectdig.qm.qld.gov.au