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Tyrannosaurus_rex_mmartyniuk.png (1975×672) - Basé sur le spécimen AMNH 5027. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Theropoda, Tetanurae, Carnosauria, Tyrannosauroidea, Tyrannosauridae. Auteur : Matt Martyniuk, 2013.

Life restoration of Tyrannosaurus rex based on specimen AMNH 5027 (American Museum of Natural History). illustration by Marty Martyniuk

Weird Backs Month #27 – SpinosaurusOne of the most recognizable names of all the “sail-backed” animals, Spinosaurus was one of the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, reaching lengths of at least 15m (49′2″). It lived during the mid-Cretaceous of Africa (~112-97 mya), and fossils are recorded from Algeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Kenya, Morocco, Niger, and Tunisia – although most are small fragments of skull bones or isolated teeth. (Teeth in particular are surprisingly common, ...

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Weird Backs Month – Spinosaurus One of the most recognizable names of all the “sail-backed” animals, Spinosaurus was one of the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, reaching lengths of at.

CERATOSAURUS | caption artist pietro antognioni contact pietroantognioni @ gmail com ...

CERATOSAURUS | caption artist pietro antognioni contact pietroantognioni @ gmail com ...

Aaand we’re back to normal updates with a fully working computer again! Let’s properly start off this year’s art pieces with a particularly weird sauropod dinosaur. This is Brachytrachelopan, known from Argentina at the very end of the Jurassic...

Aaand we’re back to normal updates with a fully working computer again! Let’s properly start off this year’s art pieces with a particularly weird sauropod dinosaur. This is Brachytrachelopan, known from Argentina at the very end of the Jurassic.

Hoplitosaurus marshi | A Dinosaur A Day

Hoplitosaurus marshi | A Dinosaur A Day

Scolosaurus lived in the floodplains of North America, during Late Cretaceous (75 million years ago). It was about 20 feet long and 2-3 tons.

Scolosaurus cutleri By Jack Wood on

Simon Stålenhag Art Gallery - Compsognathus

Simon Stålenhag Art Gallery - Compsognathus

Raptorex kriegsteini by MattMart.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Raptorex kriegsteini is a Jehol despot with a sordid past. It looks so much like a baby Tarbosaurus, I and others doubted whether its referral to the Yi.

U is for Udanoceratops A leptoceratopsid from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia, about 75 million years ago, Udanoceratops tschizhovi is estimated to have reached around 4m in length (13ft). The leptoceratopsids were a branch of primitive, small ceratopsians, found mainly in North America – Udanoceratops is the only known Asian representative. They were capable of both bipedal and quadrupedal locomotion, and lacked the more elaborate horns and frills of their larger relatives.

U is for Udanoceratops A leptoceratopsid from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia, about 75 million years ago, Udanoceratops tschizhovi is estimated to have reached around in length The leptoceratopsids were a branch of primitive, small.

Restoration of Sinotyrannus kazuoensis, the largest known theropod of the Jehol biota, and certainly of the 120 million year old Jiufotang Formation, which is known more for its diversity of early ...

Restoration of Sinotyrannus kazuoensis, the largest known theropod of the Jehol biota, and certainly of the 120 million year old Jiufotang Formation, wh. Giant of the Jiufotang

Taohelong jinchengensis | A Dinosaur A Day

Taohelong jinchengensis | A Dinosaur A Day

Heishansaurus pachycephalus | A Dinosaur A Day

Heishansaurus pachycephalus | A Dinosaur A Day

Dromaeosaurus, the taxon that gives Dromaeosauridae (which includes famous dinosaurs like Velociraptor and Deinonychus) its family name. I'm doing a poster about Dromaeosaurids, similar to the one ...

Dromaeosaurus, the taxon that gives Dromaeosauridae (which includes famous dinosaurs like Velociraptor and Deinonychus) its family name. I'm doing a poster about Dromaeosaurids, similar to the one .

Is it a six-foot turkey? No, it’s Dakotaraptor! Living at the very end of the Cretaceous (~66 mya) in South Dakota, USA, this was one of the largest “raptors”, estimated to have measured about 5-6m long (16′4″ - 19′8″). Although it was closely...

Is it a six-foot turkey? No, it’s Dakotaraptor! Living at the very end of the Cretaceous mya) in South Dakota, USA, this was one of the largest “raptors”, estimated to have measured about long - Although it was closely.

Weird Backs Month #23 – ConcavenatorConcavenator lived during the Early Cretaceous of Spain (~130 mya). It’s known from an almost fully complete skeleton and is classified as a member of the carcharodontosaurids, a widespread group of carnosaurs that contained some of the largest known predatory dinosaurs – but Concavenator itself was a fairly small example, about 6m long (20′8″).Two lengthened vertebrae in front of its hips formed some sort of crest or small sail, and along with...

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Weird Backs Month – Concavenator Concavenator lived during the Early Cretaceous of Spain mya). It’s known from an almost fully complete skeleton and is classified as a member of the.

Crichtonpelta benxiensis | A Dinosaur A Day

Crichtonpelta benxiensis | A Dinosaur A Day

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