I am an Australian palaeontologist living in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am one of the lucky few who were able to turn their childhood passion into a career - so now I get paid to dig up and study dinosaurs. Oh, I also have to teach, but that's ok.
...... The answer is - I don't know. This is one of those weird 'head scratchers' or GOKs (God only knows) that we get from time to time. Celeste is prepping it up right now. Its been sitting down in the lab for over two years and various volunteer preparators have had a go at it and quickly left it for easier more exciting projects. It comes from the upper Elliot Formation in a quarry that has produced more than one type of sauropodomorph as well as a protosuchian crocodile and some honkin' big theropod teeth. Any suggestions?