Congratulations to this year's winners of the Mary Anning Art Prize!
Reception - Year 2
Ya Huey Faith Liew, Year 2
This Addyman Plesiosaur is hunting for food while swimming away from an underwater erupting volcano.
Malina Bachmann, Year 2
I drew some Ediacarans and I think they were very colourful under water.
Elodie Duffy, Reception
A Wonambi slithering along under a tree by the watering hole where she laid her eggs. She is waiting to catch her prey.
Year 3 - Year 5
Anakin Harbour, Year 5
Stromatilite, Ediacran and Cambrian kaleidoscope
Stromatilite, Ediacran and Cambrian kaleidoscope is a canvas of ancient colours, patterns and history of life!
Ethan Wright, Year 3
Ichthyosaurs, Plesiosaur and Ammonites in the Eromanga Sea
A mother ichthyosaur is teaching her baby how to catch ammonites. The baby ichthyosaur is staying close to his mum to hide from the plesiosaur.
Georgia Jarvis, Year 4
25 million years ago in the lake Pinpa area of South Australia lived an eagle named Archaehierax Sylvestris this eagle was a forest dweller and a very good ambush hunter. In the photo you can see that this eagle has spotted its prey on the forest floor an
Year 6 - Year 8
Hamish Darrell, Year 6
The thylacinus cynocephalus aka the Tasmanian tiger ate stuff like kangaroos and small animals and rats. The height of the Tasmania tiger is 100cm to 130 long and is around 60 cm tall
Aimee Evans, Year 6
A group of plesiosaurus are hunting for fish and an early squid. They used to live along the seas of Australia, including South Australia.
Erin Stacey, Year 6
The Giant Short Faced Kangaroo
This is a Giant Short Faced Kangaroo resting under a tree from the heat. One of the largest kangaroos to exist on Earth, just a little taller than a Red Kangaroo today.