Manufactoring Models of Australovenator

Australovenator wintonensis, Australia’s iconic theropod, roamed the land in the Late Cretaceous. Evidence of this predator ferocity is found most famously in the Lark Quarry Trackway near Winton, Queensland, which preserves a stampede of hundreds of dinosaur thought to have been running away at great speed as an Australovenator descended upon a watering hole to hunt.

These photos show the current stage of the manufacture of these replicas which will be on display at Crystal World and the National Dinosaur Museum.