The theropod Australovenator ruled the roost in northeast Australia during the mid-Cretaceous. Unlike Tyrannosaurus rex (a “head first” predator), Australovenator was a “hands on” predator: its arms were muscular, and its inner two fingers were equipped with massive, sickle-like claws.
Meet the maker.
This jewellery has been made by local palaeontologist Adele Pentland. Adele is studying Australian pterosaurs as part of her PhD through Swinburne University, subsiding her research through the sale of these fashionable creations.
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