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Description

The evidence for dinosaurs in the north coast of Northern Ireland is explored with the help of computer generated graphics over the landscape. William Crawley considers the Ichthyosaur that lived in the sea at Minnis near Glenarm. Fossilised vomit suggests these lizard type fish lived on Belemnites.
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First broadcast:
7 April 2008

Classroom Ideas

Can be used to give a bit of background to what Britain was like during the Jurassic Period. It also gives an explanation as to how fossils can be used to piece together what conditions were like in Britain over a geological timescale.

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