Beyond the fossil area, the Fossil Gallery has an area set up with life sized models of dinosaurs in a standoff. Two daspletosaurus torosus carnivores face off against a herd of vagaceratops irvininesis.
Coming back into the fossil area takes us past duck billed dinosaurs.
Head crests of the duck billed dinosaurs contained airways linked to the nostrils and throat, and are thought to have been vital in producing sounds.
A comparison here of teeth between plant eaters and meat eaters is enlightening.
Here the fossils and casts look at feathered dinosaurs.
I finish with two more angles on the daspletosaurus torosus that dominates the entrance. Tomorrow I wrap up this series from my visit.