Later Wilby got some extra funding and excavated thousands of fresh fossils from the site. One specimen of the squid species Belemnotheutis antiquus was so immaculately preserved that its ink sac was still intact. In the paleontological stunt of the year, Wilby's team scraped out a bit of the 150-million-year-old ink, prepared a proper calligrapher's mix with it, and used it to make a sepia drawing of the specimen. See the result in this story from the 19 August Telegraph. Who says scientists have no sense of drama?
UPDATE: The first commenter links to an excellent blog post pointing out that the fossil-ink stunt was also done in the early 1800s, making Wilby's feat not just a cool thing in itself, but also a beautiful hommage to his scientific ancestors.