Muttaburrasaurus lived around 100 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period. Muttaburrasaurus was named after the town of Muttaburra in central Queensland. Muttaburrasaurus langdoni was discovered by local grazier Doug Langdon, for whom the dinosaur is named. It was a herbivore, with rows of grinding teeth. Several specimens of this dinosaur have been found in central and northern Queensland, and a few teeth have been found in New South Wales. Muttaburrasaurus was about 7m long, and probably ate plants such as ferns, cycads. It may have lived in herds.
14cm long x 6cm high