2022 Australian Dinosaurs - Timimus
Timimus hermani is a species of theropod dinosaur that lived in the Early Cretaceous period, 122 to 109 million years ago. Theropods were the top predators and Timimus’ dietconsisted of smaller dinosaurs. Timimus possessed slender thigh bones indicating that it was a lithe and agile animal.
Australia was located closer to the South Pole at the time and the continent would have experienced cold, dark winters.
Diet: Small dinosaurs.
Discovery: The species was discovered in 1991 at “East Site” within Dinosaur Cove Victoria by a team from Museum Victoria.
Age: 122.46 to 109.0 million years ago. Early Cretaceous
- The silver proof coin includes a ‘C’ mintmark and an attractive presentation case
- Coin’s reverse design commemorates the Australian Dinosaurs
- Displayed in a presentation case with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity
- Limited to only 5,000 silver dollar coins