At a museum here in New Plymouth there is a display or
fossils found in this country. This is one from the exhibition
that I was especially interested in, mainly because of the
teeth. I shot this photo of it through the display glass with my
little pocket Leica.

This particular skull, in this case a replica I imagine, the original
being so valuable,
was found by Joan Wiffen, in the Hawkes Bay area. She was the amateur
fossil hunter who was the first the prove that dinosaurs had at one
stage lived in New Zealand. This was contrary to current thinking.