Illustrations by Robert Nicholls:
Mega Tooth Rising:
“The Miocene oceans were dangerous places to swim. Even the great baleen whales, such as Cetotherium, could fall victim to toothed physteroids and, of course, Carcharocles megalodon. Known to many simply as, megalodon, this 16m long predator possessed the size and strength to kill and eat the largest creatures on Earth.
ORIGINAL unavailable PRINTS: £15.00 POSTER PRINTS: L=£80.00 O=£120.00 M=£160.00”
“Commissioned by the Museum of Jurassic Marine. In a desperate attempt to avoid capture, thousands of Thrissops fish swarm together into a bait ball. Trachyteuthis, belemnites and Pectinatites ammonites also take action to leave the scene as three ichthyosaurs (unnamed) hunt for prey. The youngest ichthyosaur darts into the bait ball causing the Thrissops to separate and open a writhing circular window to the ocean surface above.
ORIGINAL (26cm x 56cm): £650.00 PRINTS: £15.00 POSTER PRINTS: L=£90.00 O=£135.00 M=£180.00”