Pictures from the wildlife at the time when the Helvetiafjellet Formation was formed. Up to the left we see dinosaur tracks, the hind feet with three toes and the front limbs as holes in front, from Boltodden, Kvalvågen. In the middle you can see a small bone approx. 0.4 cm wide and 4 cm long from a prehistoric bird. Up to the right there is a reconstruction of a bird from the Cretaceous, she still has features from one of her dinosaur ancestors. Bottom left is a reconstruction of a quiet day on the beach in Kvalvågen 125 million years ago (reconstruction by Esther van Hulsen). The map to the right show findings of footprints of dinosaurs (red squares) and a bone from a bird (blue square). Grey and green colours show where rocks of early Cretaceous age come to light. Grey colour is volcanic rocks, while green colour shows sandstones and shales.