Leaellynosaura amicagraphica (CB-Topps)

“Leaellyn [Rich]’s reptile” was described in 1989 by Tom Rich and Patricia Vickers-Rich and named in owner of their daughter, Leaellyn Rich. It was almost one meter (3ft.) in length and weight no more than 30 kg. It lived in Australia during the early of Cretaceous Period at around 105 million years ago. Australia back then was within the Antarctic Circle, which had very low temperatures just like today.