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Walking dinosaurs, flying pterosaurs:

The colleagues from Bristol Palaeontology have performed most exiting studies on how theropod dinosaurs walked and how pterosaurs flew. They documented their results as great gif-animations on their webpage. Here are the links:

Bristol Dinosaur Project: http://palaeo.gly.bris.ac.uk/bristoldinosaur

Walking with Dinosaurs / Beasts (homepage): http://palaeo.gly.bris.ac.uk/dinosaur/walking.html

or directly to the walking dinosaurs or the flying pterosaurs.

The Walking with Dinosaurs homepage is part of Dinobase ("Dinobase is a dinosaur database with a list of dinosaurs, a classification of dinosaur, pictures, and more... cited from Dinobase webpage "): http://palaeo.gly.bris.ac.uk/dinobase/dinopage.html

(the T-rex animation above is a simplified version of an animation from the Warlking with Dinosaurs-site. Original animations © D.M. Henderson. Used with permission. Click image to get transferred to original site)

3D-Anomalocaris, the fierce predator from the Cambrian age (Website at the Natural History Museum, London) (image © Natural History Museum, London, used with permission))
or have a 3D-ammonite from the same site

(check out the animation section for more Anomalocaris stuff)

Enigmatic microfossil Tubiphytes:

3D reconstruction of Tubiphytes morronensis (a foraminifera), reconstructed from 2D-slices) (link to Munich-based palaeo.de/3d-homepage).

    © Reinhold Leinfelder and Palaeontology Munich, last changes 08.02.2004 by R. Leinfelder