Red-blooded Tyrannosaurus rex - 20 years ago, paleontologist Mary Schweitzer made an astonishing discovery. Peering through a microscope at a slice of dinosaur bone, she spotted what looked for all the world like red blood cells. It seemed utterly impossible—organic remains were not supposed to survive the fossilization process—but test after test indicated that the spherical structures were indeed red blood cells from a 67-million-year-old T-rex. Read about her subsequent findings...
An armoured jawless fish (a Cephalaspis, which is a kind of osteostracan). This creature evolved as it adapted to the transition from open sea to freshwater conditions in the Ludlow area towards the end of the Silurian. It had not evolved at the time the rocks beneath Whitcliffe were laid down, but fossils of the animal have been found in the younger rocks just to the east, downstream of Ludford Bridge.
Spinosaurus - Bigger than T. Rex, and Every Bit as Nasty
People say if t-rex and spino went head to head in a fight on land that t-rex would win. Actually spino has a better chance. His long jaw and claws give him the advantage. Also he's bigger than t-rex! T-rex just has a muscular head as a weapon nothing else. Therefore spino would probably win.