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At an estimated maximum length of 15 metres, Spinosaurus was the largest of all known theropod dinosaurs. Spinosaurus
This enormous, strange-looking theropod prowled the coastal plains of northern Africa, 108–98 million years ago. The shape of its teeth and jaw indicate that Spinosaurus included fish in its diet. A fossil of a partial skull has also been found with a fish vertebra lodged in one of the tooth sockets. The rivers and estuaries of northern Africa were teeming with the giant sawfish called Onchopristis and other fish. The sheer size of an adult Spinosaurus probably enabled it to prey on Onchopristis that could have been several metres in length, while at the same time giving it some immunity to attacks by Carcharodontosaurus.
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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.