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Parasaurolophus adult & juvenile, Lukas Panzarin

Paleontologists Find Rare Fossil of Young Dinosaur Parasaurolophus - Sci News. This image shows adult and baby Parasaurolophus: both heads are to scale; note that the baby lacks the big crest seen in the adult.

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Texas_Alioramus.jpg (1599×2166) - Dinosauria, Theropoda, Tyrannosauridae, Alioramini. Auteur : Texas A&M University. 2014.

Alioramus skeleton mount in Texas. Alioramus is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous period of Asia.

Yangchuanosaurus by pheaston

Yangchuanosaurus by pheaston

Parasaurolophus, Ornithopoda (hadrosaur), Late Cretaceous (76.5-73 Ma), Discovered by Parks, 1922; Note:  Musculature

Parasaurolophus, Ornithopoda (hadrosaur), Late Cretaceous Ma), Discovered by Parks, Note: Musculature

jurassic park t-rex concept art - Google Search

Jurassic Park concept art by Craig Mullins Check out Jurassic Park concept art by Craig Mullins , John Bell and Dave Negron .

Marsupial lion - proteins may hold key to megafauna

The marsupial lion (Thylacoleo carnifex) is an extinct species of carnivorous marsupial mammal that lived in Australia from the early to the late Pleistocene years ago). By Peter Schouten # creature animals

Lance a pesca en vuelo Jurásico.

On March 31 the Swedish Museum Of Natural History opens a new exhibition called Fossils & Evolution. My part of this production was to provide illustrations of the animals in their natural.

Stygimoloch: Late Maastrichtian (66 Ma): Cerapoda - Pachycephalosauridae: Discovered by Galton & Sues, 1983: Artist unknown

Stygimoloch: Late Maastrichtian Ma): Cerapoda - Pachycephalosauridae: Discovered by Galton & Sues, Artist unknown

paleoillustration: “Ceratopsians by Camila Alli Chair ”

A reconstruction of an early giant among horned dinosaurs still carries the label Pentaceratops among the fossils in the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman, Okla., but may deserve to be considered a new species, Titanoceratops.

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