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Small, mid-Cretaceous ornithopods, like Leaellynasaura, have turned out to be quite remarkable dinosaurs. Leaellynasaura
Small herbivorous ornithopods receive little mention in popular science literature compared to their famous meat-eating relatives. Despite a lack of deadly teeth and claws, they were remarkable — they could survive and even thrive in cold environments. Recent preliminary research suggests that Leaellynasaura might have had a super-long, flexible tail (longer than we have shown in our conservative reconstruction). This dinosaur lived in a polar region, and it is likely it had skin with some sort of hair-like filaments. By wrapping a long and fluffy tail around its body, Leaellynasaura could have endured cold snaps during winter.
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Western Australian Museum Ship Prints
Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt
An important and well-known part of Dutch-Australian immigration history, making a total of 44 voyages to Melbourne between 1950-1963. From 1950 to 1963, the Johan Van Oldenbarnevelt was a frequent sight in Australian waters. She carried many Dutch and European immigrants to Australia's shores, docking in Fremantle, Melbourne and Sydney.