The Isle of Wight, off the south coast of England, was a hotbed of reptilian carnage 125 million years ago. It was home to Europe's most vicious dinosaur predator, among other dinosaur giants. So many, in fact, that the Natural History Museum in London has named the island Britain's Dinosaur Capital.
Find out why, where to find dinosaur fossils and and how you can go Walking with Dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight.
Dinosaur Isle, Isle of Wight