These Are the Seven Places in Kent Where Dinosaurs Have Been Found
Esri UK have published a UK wide map detailing the locations.
The last dinosaurs died out approximately 65 million years ago but their fossilised remains have been found all over the world.
Analytics company Esri UK have mapped out all the locations in the UK where dinosaur fossils have been discovered.
Several of these fossils have been unearthed in Kent.
Estimated to have lived between 145 and 132.9 million years ago, birds are descended from this group of dinosaurs.
Found between Cranbrook and Hawkhurst, this dinosaur is estimated to have lived between 145 and 132.9 million years ago. The Iguanodon was a large herbivore which could shift between using two and four legs.
Estimated to have lived between 125.45 and 122.46 million years ago, this herbivore's front legs were thought to be half as long as its back legs.
Ankylosaurs were heavily armoured with a large club at the end of their tails. This dinosaur was estimated to have lived between 99.6 and 93.5 million years ago.
Estimated to have lived between 130 and 122.46 million years ago, the name Baryonyx refers to the dinosaur's large, heavy claws.
Estimated to have lived between 125.45 and 122.46 million years ago, Macronaria had long, strong necks, useful for eating taller plants and trees.
This Megalosaurus is estimated to have lived between 145 and 122.46 million years ago and spanned roughly the length of a London bus.