Explore Houston Museum, Natural History, and more!

Explore related topics

trihead

Vue de face du crâne de Triceratops au Houston Museum of Natural Science

Versatile eater  KNM-ER 406 is a nearly complete adult male Paranthropus boisei. It has the facial and cranial features typical of the species such as massive cheek teeth, and the widely flaring zygomatic arches with a forward placed connection to the other facial bones, and large cheek bones supported powerful chewing muscles - the latter two features giving it a dish-shaped face. Other muscles extended from his jaw to the sagittal crest at the top of his head. The cranial capacity of this…

Paranthropus boisei, KNM-ER 406 - Site: Koobi Fora, Kenya Date of discovery: 1969 Discovered by: Richard Leakey and H. Mutua Age: About million years old Species: Paranthropus boisei.

Chasmosaurus | Flickr - Photo Sharing! :Chasmosaurus The first recognized skeleton of Chasmosaurus was named by Lawrence Lambe in 1914. The large skin-covered openings, or chasms, in the frill of this dinosaur would have made the frill too fragile to use in defence. Chasmosaurus is the only chasmosaurine with small, backwardly curving orbital horns. This dinosaur is from the Late Cretaceous, 75 to 74.5 million years ago in the Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta:

Chasmosaurus | Flickr - Photo Sharing! :Chasmosaurus The first recognized skeleton of Chasmosaurus was named by Lawrence Lambe in 1914. The large skin-covered openings, or chasms, in the frill of this dinosaur would have made the frill too fragile to use in defence. Chasmosaurus is the only chasmosaurine with small, backwardly curving orbital horns. This dinosaur is from the Late Cretaceous, 75 to 74.5 million years ago in the Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta:

Amargasaurus | MEF Trelew, Museo Paleontológico Egidio Feruglio, Trelew. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Sauropoda, Eusauropoda, Diplodocoidea. Auteur : Gastón Cuello, 2015.

Amargasaurus skeleton cast showing the neck spikes pointing forwards during downwards bending, Museum of Paleontology Egidio Feruglio

(My) Birthday Campaign: more than 100 items at 10 USD or less during 10 days to all our beloved clients! And... did you saw the quality of our auctions photos lately? Pick a tour on them!

(My) Birthday Campaign: more than 100 items at 10 USD or less during 10 days to all our beloved clients! did you saw the quality of our auctions photos lately?

Spinosaurus--These dinosaurs were possibly the largest of all carnivorous dinos, maybe even larger than Tyrannosaurus and Gigantosaurus.

Spinosaurus - Bigger than T. Rex, and Every Bit as Nasty

Spinosaurus--These dinosaurs were possibly the largest of all carnivorous dinos, maybe even larger than Tyrannosaurus and Gigantosaurus

Dicraeosaurus. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Sauropodomorpha, Sauropoda, Neosauropoda, Diplodocoidea, Fagellicaudata, Dicraeosauridae. sebastiankoeck, 2007.

Dicraeosaurus. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Sauropodomorpha, Sauropoda, Neosauropoda, Diplodocoidea, Fagellicaudata, Dicraeosauridae. sebastiankoeck, 2007.

Meet Homer, the teenager (sub-adult) Triceratops that lived 66 million years ago in the Cretaceous period. Discovered in the Badlands of Montana (USA) in 2005. --- Burpee Museum of Natural History | Homer Exhibit  http://paleontologyworld.com/2016/12/07/triceratops/

Meet Homer, the teenager (sub-adult) Triceratops that lived 66 million years ago in the Cretaceous period. Discovered in the Badlands of Montana (USA) in --- Burpee Museum of Natural History

The skull of a Giganotosaurus. Bankrolling A Dinosaur Dig And Unearthing A Giant: The Giganotosaurus

Bankrolling A Dinosaur Dig And Unearthing A Giant: The Giganotosaurus

Don Lessem was the dinosaur adviser for the first Jurassic Park, a job he says sounds more impressive than it was. His real big-dinosaur break happened years later, thanks to a blurry photo of a bone.

Pinterest
Search