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Dromaeosaurus Claw Dromaeosaurus "running lizard" was a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived during the Late Cretaceous period (middle late Campanian), sometime between 76.5 and 74.8 million years ago, in the western United States and Alberta, Canada. The type species is Dromaeosaurus albertensis, which was described by William Diller Matthew and Barnum Brown in 1922

Dromaeosaurus Claw Dromaeosaurus "running lizard" was a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived during the Late Cretaceous period (middle late Campanian), sometime between 76.5 and 74.8 million years ago, in the western United States and Alberta, Canada. The type species is Dromaeosaurus albertensis, which was described by William Diller Matthew and Barnum Brown in 1922

Prognathodon Mosasaur Skeleton A medium to large-sized mosasaur, with the skull length reaching 1.5 meters and the total body length up to around 10 meters; the skull was massive and proportionately large.It had protective bony rings surrounding its eye sockets, indicating it lived in deep water. Its teeth are similar to those of some Triassic placodonts, so it may have lived a similar lifestyle, feeding on shellfish, large fish, and sea turtles

Prognathodon Mosasaur Skeleton A medium to large-sized mosasaur, with the skull length reaching 1.5 meters and the total body length up to around 10 meters; the skull was massive and proportionately large.It had protective bony rings surrounding its eye sockets, indicating it lived in deep water. Its teeth are similar to those of some Triassic placodonts, so it may have lived a similar lifestyle, feeding on shellfish, large fish, and sea turtles

The claws of Therizinosaurus - Therizinosaurus is a genus of very large theropod dinosaurs. Therizinosaurus comprises the single species T. cheloniformis, which lived in the late Cretaceous Period (late Campanian-early Maastrichtian stages, around 70 million years ago), and was one of the last and largest representatives of its unique group, the Therizinosauria

The claws of Therizinosaurus - Therizinosaurus is a genus of very large theropod dinosaurs. Therizinosaurus comprises the single species T.

Alamosaurus"Ojo Alamo lizard" is a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaurs, containing a single known species, Alamosaurus sanjuanensis, from the late Cretaceous Period of what is now southern North America. Isolated vertebrae and limb bones indicate that it reached sizes comparable to Argentinosaurus and Puertasaurus, which would make it the largest dinosaur known from North America

Alamosaurus"Ojo Alamo lizard" is a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaurs, containing a single known species, Alamosaurus sanjuanensis, from the late Cretaceous Period of what is now southern North America. Isolated vertebrae and limb bones indicate that it reached sizes comparable to Argentinosaurus and Puertasaurus, which would make it the largest dinosaur known from North America

A mummified dinosaur, unwrapped from the rocks of Montana, has revealed how the creature looked and how it lived 77 million years ago — down to the texture of its skin and the contents of its stomach, scientists say. THE DUCKBILL DINOSAUR, nicknamed Leonardo, was fossilized in an unusual way, its discoverers reported Thursday at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology’s annual meeting in Norman, Okla. Only a handful of such dinosaur mummies are known to exist, they said.

A mummified dinosaur, unwrapped from the rocks of Montana, has revealed how the creature looked and how it lived 77 million years ago — down to the texture of its skin and the contents of its stomach, scientists say.

Largest Turtle Shell ever found

Fossil of the largest freshwater prehistoric turtle, Carbonemys cofrinii, a 60 billion year old, South American side-necked turtle.

Dinosaurios de Argentina: Dinosaurios de Neuquén

Dakosaurus: The Theropod-Headed Sea-Croc. - 15 ft, Late Jurassic to Earliest Cretaceous. Fossils referable to Dakosaurus have been found in England, France/Germany/Poland/Russia /Argentina, Mexico, Switzerland

Ptychodus teeth - Ptychodus is a genus of extinct hybodontiform shark which lived from the Cretaceous to the Paleogene. Ptychodus was about 32 feet long and was unearthed in Kansas, United States.

Ptychodus polygyrus - A unique specimen constituting a near complete association of teeth from the lower jaw, now reconstructed in approximate life arrangement (Seaford Chalk, Margate, Kent, in the collections of Monkton Nature Reserve);

Chasmosaurus is a genus of ceratopsiddinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous Period of North America. Its name means 'opening lizard', referring to the large openings (fenestrae) in its frill (Greekchasma meaning 'opening' or 'hollow' or 'gulf' and sauros meaning 'lizard'). With a length of 5–6 metres (16–20 ft) and a weight of 3.6 tonnes (4.0 short tons), Chasmosaurus was a ceratopsian of average size. Like all ceratopsians, it was purely herbivorous

Chasmosaurus is a genus of ceratopsiddinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous Period of North America. Its name means 'opening lizard', referring to the large openings (fenestrae) in its frill (Greekchasma meaning 'opening' or 'hollow' or 'gulf' and sauros meaning 'lizard'). With a length of 5–6 metres (16–20 ft) and a weight of 3.6 tonnes (4.0 short tons), Chasmosaurus was a ceratopsian of average size. Like all ceratopsians, it was purely herbivorous

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