I just stumbled on this pic, and I like it. Pretty sweet, huh? Early Jurassic Antarctica, with the bizarre dilophosaurid predator with the Flock of Seagulls crest on it's head, Cryolophosaurus ellioti. Just because.
Actually, I say he's a dilophosaurid, but that's a bit of a contentious statement. He was originally described as a very early carnosaur, and its position in the therapod family tree is still a bit unclear.