One of the most famous dinosaurs in the world is on the march to Norwich.
Dippy the Diplodocus is seen by millions of people every year in the central hall of the Natural History Museum in London.
The 70ft plaster-cast sauropod replica has been on display there since 1979 but sets off next year on a national tour to seven towns and cities ending up at Norwich Cathedral in 2020.
Dippy will spend at least four to six months at each location because he will have to be taken apart and reconstructed at every stop on the tour. A total of 1.5 million people are expected to see him.
The replica dinosaur was cast from original fossil bones discovered in the US in 1898.
Ask any child who's a fan of dinosaurs... and they'll tell you there are plenty of scary creatures from prehistoric times.
Well there's now another one to add to the list - a half crocodile half dolphin, which swam in the tropical seas around Peterborough 163 million years ago. Stuart Leithes reports.