Go behind the scenes with Museums Victoria’s palaeontology team and learn all about the Triceratops’ 67-million-year journey.
Follow the 67-million-year journey of Melbourne Museum's Triceratops.
Meet the Triceratops
Museums Victoria palaeontologist Erich Fitzgerald travels to Canada to inspect a very special acquisition.
67 million years in the making
Vertebrate palaeontologist Tim Ziegler looks at the origins of the Triceratops fossil.
Anatomy of an icon
Why did Triceratops go extinct? What made it vulnerable?
Piecing the puzzle together
Chipping away at the past
Experts uncover the Triceratops from the sedimentary rock it has been encased in for millennia.
Triceratops: How did it move?
What can we learn about how a dinosaur looked or moved from examining its skeleton?
Love at first sight
Our palaeontologists recall their earliest dinosaur encounters.
What's in a name?
How do scientists classify something that vanished from the earth millions of years ago?
From the Cretaceous to Carlton
Palaeontologist Tim Ziegler discusses how the Triceratops was transported halfway across the world.
Triceratops: Drawing on the past
How do Palaeoartists illustrate long lost animals and landscapes?
Triceratops: Building a Giant
Triceratops: Dino experts review the Jurassic Park series
How realistic are the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park?
Triceratops: A new home
Horridus the Triceratops has made it from Montana to Melbourne, and is now on display.