Two dromaeosaurs attack a protoceratopid. One has distracted the prey from the front, while a second has leaped onto the unfortunate beast's back, worrying it with claws and teeth and using its weight to tire the prey out, until it can no longer fight back.

This scene could be from Mongolia around 75 million years ago. Alternatively, fragmentary evidence suggests that animals quite like these may have lived in southern Australia around 115 million years ago.