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Razanandrongobe feeding on a dinosaur.

Razanandrongobe sakalavae scavenging on a sauropod carcass in Madagascar 170 million years ago by Fabio Manucci

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Most Primitive Dinosaur Embryos Discovered - Live Science. A dinosaur nest discovery has revealed the most primitive known dinosaur embryos, which are among the oldest ever found.

3D Without glasses

3D Without glasses

This Dinosaur Stereo Optical illusion is done by taken a picture of the same object at two slightly different angles, when you flip back and forth it gives the

I decided to give this painting an overhaul this morning. The old version just looks TERRIBLE to me now. The dragon's face was... goofy. Not sure if this version is done or not, but.... Buy your ow...

I decided to give this painting an overhaul this morning. The old version just looks TERRIBLE to me now. Buy your ow.

Movie, Jurassic World / 侏羅紀世界 / 侏罗纪世界, Tyrannosaurus rex / 暴龍

Missing Rexy, we were obviously relieved to find that Jurassic World had its very own T. rex (even if the “big bad” this time round was the mutant Indominus Rex).

A reconstruction showing the last ditch struggle of Tongtianlong limosus as it was mired in mud by Zhao Chuang

Figure An artistic reconstruction, showing the last-ditch struggle of Tongtianlong limosus as it was mired in mud, one possible, but highly speculative, interpretation for how the specimen was killed and buried (Drawn by Zhao Chuang).

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters - Dunkleosteus

Top 10 Terrifying Prehistoric Sea Monsters

Lukwata (African/Uganda) - Enormous prehistoric fish beasts that look like Dunkleosteus. Every magical item they devour gives them magical properties. Their teeth can bite through most material.

Utahraptor

Adasaurus mongoliensis is a dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period of Central Asia.

megatherium (prehistoric giant sloth) My favorite prehistoric creature

Megatherium ("Great Beast") was a genus of elephant-sized ground sloths endemic to Central and South America that lived from the late Pliocene through the end of the Pleistocene. Its size was exceeded by only a few other land mammals, including mammoths.

Nyctosaurus | Watchful by Eurwentala on DeviantArt

Nyctosaurus, the antler-headed pelagic pterosaur with competely ridiculous limbs. The forelimbs of Nyctosaurus actually lacked hands and resembled walki.

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