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“In the late Cretaceous Period, the Velociraptor excelled at hunting with its keen senses, large brain, and the retractable sickle claw on each foot – and no creature in Jurassic World demonstrates...

“In the late Cretaceous Period, the Velociraptor excelled at hunting with its keen senses, large brain, and the retractable sickle claw on each foot – and no creature in Jurassic World demonstrates.

Petinosaurus. Petinosaurus wings were formed by membranes of skin and other soft tissues, but there were no feathers on them. These types of flying dinosaurs are smaller in size than Pterodactyl, although they shared a similar diet. They are believed to have lived in trees.

There are so many flying dinosaurs that we can list here. Actually, they're not dinosaurs, they are Flying Reptiles. One of the well-known flying dinosaurs is

Turtle--Dinosaurs In Their Time, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Image credit: Frank Kovalchek.

Cretaceous Sea Turtle--Dinosaurs In Their Time, Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Muttaburrasaurus was a genus of herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur, which lived in what is now northeastern Australia sometime between 112 and 99.6 million years ago during the early Cretaceous Period. It has been recovered in some analyses as a member of the iguanodontian family Rhabdodontidae.After Kunbarrasaurus, it is Australia's most completely known dinosaur from skeletal remains. It was named after Muttaburra, the site in Queensland, Australia, where it was found

Muttaburrasaurus was a genus of herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur, which lived in what is now northeastern Australia sometime between 112 and 99.6 million years ago during the early Cretaceous Period. It has been recovered in some analyses as a member of the iguanodontian family Rhabdodontidae.After Kunbarrasaurus, it is Australia's most completely known dinosaur from skeletal remains. It was named after Muttaburra, the site in Queensland, Australia, where it was found

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Dinosaur ( kinda the biggest ( bird LIKE creature / or bat like flying creature…

Amargasaurus "La Amarga lizard" is a genus of sauropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous epoch (129.4–122.46 mya) of what is now Argentina. The only known skeleton was discovered in 1984 and described in 1991, forming the holotype specimen of the single species Amargasaurus cazaui. The skeleton is nearly complete, including a fragmentary skull, making Amargasaurus one of the best-known sauropods from the Early Cretaceous

Amargasaurus is a sauropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous epoch mya) of what is now Argentina. The skeleton was discovered in

Comparacion de tamaño en algunos dinosaurios  Por: ScottHartman en Deviantart

Now before you start freaking out, note that the T. rex specimen is Sue (i. the largest T. rex) while the Triceratops and Stegosaurus specimens that I. How big is your favorite dinosaur?

Berlin's Brachiosaurus

Berlins Brachiosaurus

& to a real museum with real dinosaur bones&

*Josephoartigasia monesi  from the Pliocene of Uruguay, is the largest known fossil rodent, with an estimated body mass of 1000 kg.  Art by Raul Martin

*Josephoartigasia monesi from the Pliocene of Uruguay, is the largest known fossil rodent, with an estimated body mass of 1000 kg. Art by Raul Martin

Basilosaurus ("king lizard") is a genus of early whales that lived 40 to 34 million years ago in the late Eocene.The first fossil of B. cetoides was discovered in the United States and was initially believed to be some sort of reptile, hence the suffix -"saurus", but it was later found to be a marine mammal

Basilosaurus ("king lizard") is a genus of early whales that lived 40 to 34 million years ago in the late Eocene.The first fossil of B. cetoides was discovered in the United States and was initially believed to be some sort of reptile, hence the suffix -"saurus", but it was later found to be a marine mammal

Sailback Roster -- Fig. 1. A brief survey of the sailbacks of prehistory. Permian sailbacks, the sphenacodontids: (1) Dimetrodon, (2) Sphenacodon, (3) Secodontosaurus, and (4) Ctenospondylus. The edaphosaurids: (5) Edaphosaurus, (6) Ianthasaurus, (7) Echinerpeton, (8) Lupeosaurus. The temnospondyl: (9) Platyhystrix. Triassic sailbacks, the rauisuchians: (1) Arizonasaurus, (2) Ctenosauriscus, (3) Lotosaurus, and (4) Xilousuchus. Cretaceous sailbacks, the theropods: Spinosaurus (1), Suchomimus…

Tall spines and sailed backs: A survey of sailbacks across time – THE REPTIPAGE

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