Prehistoric marine reptiles were once living sea serpents.
Prehistoric marine reptiles were once living sea serpents.
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Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Vintage Dinosaur Art: Private Lives of Animals: Prehistoric Animals - Part 3
Dilophosaurus wetherilli Age: Middle Jurassic (180-154 Ma) Length: up to 6 metres Weight: up to 200 kilos Taxonomy: Dinosauria > Saurischia > Theropoda Diet: carnivorous Locality: Kayenta Formation - Arizona (USA), possibly Cina. Footprints referred to related forms were discovered also in Italy at Lavini di Marco, Rovereto
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See photos of Triassic period dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals from National Geographic.
Quetzalcoatlus. this is like my new favorite dino. awesome
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This is a wonderful set of used and postmarked postage stamps from Hungary, Central Europe. You will receive 3 stamps from the Hungarian 1990 'Dinosaurs' postage stamp series. Each stamp features a different type of prehistoric animal, including: 1x Tarbosaurus 1x Brontosaurus 1x Dimorphodon Size: 40mm x 40mm They are in excellent condition with postmarks as shown. Please note that these are unable to be used for postage, however they would make an excellent addition to your collection or a unique gift for a dinosaur enthusiast. * You will receive the exact stamps you see in these images. Click here to return to my shop https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/PillarBoxStudio Click here to see more dinosaur themed postage stamps https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/PillarBoxStudio?section_id=27086453
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Diamantinasaurus ist eine Gattung sauropoder Dinosaurier aus der Gruppe der Titanosauria, die in der Unterkreide Australiens lebte. Diese Gattung wurde 2009 mit der einzigen Art, Diamantinasaurus matildae, erstmals wissenschaftlich beschrieben.
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the first watercolor painting for the Giganotosaurus done by the Paleo Artist James Gurney, goah I miss the old days | Prehistoric Paradise Amino
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Pirate Gold Coins Treasures of the Jurassic: "False T-Rex Tooth- T-Rex of Africa" Carcharodontosaurus (Sticker $3,500) Carcharodontosaurus is a genus of carnivorous carcharodontosaurid dinosaurs that existed during the Cenomanian stage of the mid-Cretaceous Period. It is currently known to include two species: C. saharicus and C. iguidensis, which were among the larger theropods, nearly as large as or even larger than Tyrannosaurus, Giganotosaurus and Spinosaurus. The genus Carcharodontosaurus is named after the shark genus Carcharodon, itself composed of the Greek karchar[os] (κ?ρχαρος, meaning "jagged" or "sharp") and od?n (?δ?ν, "teeth"), and the suffix -saurus ("lizard"). In 1924, two teeth were found in the Continental intercalaire of Algeria, showing what were at the time unique characteristics. These teeth were described by Depéret and Savornin (1925) as representing a new taxon, which they named Megalosaurus saharicus and later categorized in the subgenus Dryptosaurus. Some years later, paleontologist Ernst Stromer described the remains of a partial skull and skeleton from Cenomanian aged rocks in the Bahariya Formation of Egypt (Stromer, 1931); originally excavated in 1914, the remains consisted of a partial skull, teeth, vertebrae, claw bones and assorted hip and leg bones. The teeth in this new finding matched the characteristics of those described by Depéret and Savornin, which led to Stromer conserving the species name saharicus but finding it necessary to erect a new genus for this species, Carcharodontosaurus, for their strong resemblance to the teeth of Carcharodon (Great white shark). The fossils described by Stromer were destroyed in 1944 during World War II, but a new, more complete skull was found in the Kem Kem Formation of Morocco during an expedition led by paleontologist Paul Sereno in 1995, near the Algerian border and the locality where the teeth described by Depéret and Savornin (1925) were found. The teeth found with this new skull matched those described by Depéret and Savornin (1925) and Stromer (1931); the rest of the skull also matched that described by Stromer. This new skull was designated as the neotype by Brusatte and Sereno (2007) who also described a second species of Carcharodontosaurus, C. iguidensis from the Echkar Formation of Niger, differing from C. saharicus in aspects of the maxilla and braincase.
Fossil expert Maria McNamara explains how paleontologists are starting to investigate the hues of the past
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