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Dilophosaurus, a theropod dinosaur from the Early Jurassic Period, about 193 Ma. Weight: about 1000-lb - Length: about 20-ft from head to tail.

Dilophosaurus, a theropod dinosaur from the Early Jurassic Period, about 193 Ma. Weight: about 1000-lb - Length: about 20-ft from head to tail.

Dracorex hogwartsia was its  name, which mean the 'Dragon King of Hogwarts', until it was discovered in theory to be early stages of the pachycephalosaurs so it's name isn't legit anymore

Dracorex

Dracorex hogwartsia was its name, which mean the 'Dragon King of Hogwarts', until it was discovered in theory to be early stages of the pachycephalosaurs so it's name isn't legit anymore

¡ RADIO TIERRA VIVA !: Un astronauta de piedra en la Universidad de Salamanca ¿Cómo llego?

¡ RADIO TIERRA VIVA !: Un astronauta de piedra en la Universidad de Salamanca ¿Cómo llego?

What Dinosaur Predator Are You?

What Dinosaur Predator Are You?

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What if dinosaurs had survived the K/T Event of 66 million years ago, when a large comet or asteroid struck our planet?  Could the descendants of one remarkably intelligent dinosaur species, named Troodon, have given rise to a dinosaurian civilization?  Find out in Dragon Dawn, Book One of the Dinosaurian Time Travel Series by Deborah O'Neill Cordes.

What if dinosaurs had survived the K/T Event of 66 million years ago, when a large comet or asteroid struck our planet? Could the descendants of one remarkably intelligent dinosaur species, named Troodon, have given rise to a dinosaurian civilization? Find out in Dragon Dawn, Book One of the Dinosaurian Time Travel Series by Deborah O'Neill Cordes.

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