Dr. Noakes explains the intricacies of a fish eating pterosaur of the Lower Cretaceous age (approximately 110 million years old).
Dr. Noakes expaining the significance of fossil remains.
Dr. Noakes, Erika, Sean, Eric and others studying the 110 million year old fossil fish specimens.
The front view of the coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae. Note the pectoral and pelvic fins are placed in a crawling fashion. The second dorsal lobed fin is for sculling (the anal lobed fin is not in view from this angle). Note the presence of teeth from this predaceous creature.
Dr. Noakes with students in the Axelrod Fossil Building.
Meg Whitton, James Histed and Guy Perry reviewing the skeletal components of a flatfish. Note the Gyotaku prints in the background.
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Created: November 2000
Craig Blackie scanned the photographs.