And again: Austalia is always good for a surprise. I'm very curious what the rock of this continent will release next.
Like the most australian dinosaurs, we have just a few bones of this specimen. But it's enough to show us that the distribution of this awesome family was larger as we thought.
Here you the young, baryonychid with his, maybe last, meal: a baby Koolasuchus
Here a closer look: [link]