Dig Deeper – Monstrous Creatures of The Sea

3.000 excl. tax

Dig Deeper: Monstrous Creatures of The Sea is an interactive digital excavation that takes us into the ground and beneath the waves to meet the marine creatures that inhabited the waters a hundred million years ago when the mighty dinosaurs ruled the land. Examine fossils found on the sea floor, and solve a 100-million-year-old underwater crime. Who and what killed the Erongasaurus?

Let’s help Dr. Scott Hocknull find fossils buried deep in the soil and explore a real dig site from Queensland, Australia brought to you by our Inside Explorer 3D technology. Imagine that the sliders are your shovel and dig away.

Interested in licence periods longer than 6 months? Contact our sales team and we will find you a good solution.


Featured in This Exhibition

Platypterygius – broad-finned ichthyosaur

Platypterygius was a dolphin-like marine reptile living in the Eromanga Sea in Australia during the Early Creataceous. Platypterygius reached a length of about 7 metres. It had a long snout and a powerful finned tail.

Eromangasaurus – Eromanga Sea elasmosaur

Elasmosaurus was one of the largest plesiosaurs (marine reptiles), living during the late Cretaceous period. Elasmosaurus would have had a streamlined body with paddle-like limbs, a short tail, a small head, and an extremely long neck. The neck alone was over 7 meters long. Elasmosaurids were well adapted for aquatic life, and used their flippers for swimming.