Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Jurassic park in a suburban Sydney garden


Trespassers beware! Spiteri’s Ambarvale residence is guarded by Jurassic era dinosaurs. 

The south-western Sydney self-taught paleo artist has been crafting dinosaurs and exhibiting them in his front yard for the past 10 years. His latest artworks - Jurassic king allosaurus and venomous dilophosaurus - have been a magnet during the school holidays.

While a lack of room has temporarily put a halt on more dinosaurs, Mr Spiteri has lodged a proposal with Campbelltown library to have prehistoric creatures placed on show from the ancient Indigenous period that include the prehistoric lizard, megalania.

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