Baryonyx was first unearthed by scientists from the Museum in 1983. They knew they’d found something special when they uncovered a huge, curved claw, buried in a clay pit in the south of England. Make some investigations of your own into what Baryonyx would have looked like, what it ate and how it hunted for food when it walked the Earth.
Find out why Baryonyx was such an exciting discovery.
Take a closer look at an enormous Baryonyx claw to discover more clues about the daily life of this dinosaur.
Zoom in on a fossilised fish scale that was part of a Baryonyx’s dinner, millions of years ago.
Become a dino-dentist by zooming in on a Baryonyx tooth and find out what it most likely ate and how.