A Dilophosaurus amidst Ginkgo trees.

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A hungry, carnivorous Dilophosaurus hunts for her next meal in a valley forest of Ginkgos. The Ginkgo first emerged 270 million years ago and it is the oldest species of tree still living today, a living fossil. It has no close living relatives. The Ginkgo is very tolerant of extreme conditions including manmade pollutants, which ironically makes this primeval plant well-suited for today's urban environments.