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This is some seriously amazing dinosaur art. Tyrannosaurus scavenging a plesiosaur (Leurospondylus?) along the shore of the Western Interior Sea. This was "inspired" by the cover of the Prehistoric Animals book mentioned in my journal, and by...

This is some seriously amazing dinosaur art. Tyrannosaurus scavenging a plesiosaur (Leurospondylus?) along the shore of the Western Interior Sea. This was "inspired" by the cover of the Prehistoric Animals book mentioned in my journal, and by.

*Juravenator starki chasing a flying insect . Art by Sergey Krasovskiy

Juravenator is a genus of small coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur, which lived in the area which would someday become the Jura mountains of Germany, about 151 or 152 million years ago.

LIOPLEURODON was the biggest plesiosaur. Liopleurodon was not a dinosaur, but a short-necked plesiosaur (a pliosaur), an extinct, swimming reptile. It lived during the late Jurassic period in Europe and Eastern Europe. It was a carnivore which ate fish,ichthyosaurs, and other plesiosaurs. 39 to 49 feet (12-15 m) long. It had a long body with a large head, a short neck, powerful jaws and teeth, and four long, wide, paddle-like flippers. The skull was 10 feet (3 m) long.

Evolution 'favours big sea beasts'

LIOPLEURODON was the biggest plesiosaur. Liopleurodon was not a dinosaur, but a short-necked plesiosaur (a pliosaur), an extinct, swimming reptile. It lived during the late Jurassic period in Europe and Eastern Europe.

Having been to many museums in NYC and DC. I can say the sizes are amazing but not as large as I thought when I was a kid.

Dinosaurs ruled the Earth millions of years ago. This is significant to me because dinosaurs play a huge roll in today's world.

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

tyrannosaurslair:  dryptosaurus:  Cretaceous Sea by unknown artist  For me, this reminds me of the nightmares I used to have about mosasaurs and other marine reptiles when I was a kid, I was scared of them. Still kinda am.

tyrannosaurslair: “ dryptosaurus: “ Cretaceous Sea by unknown artist ” For me, this reminds me of the nightmares I used to have about mosasaurs and other marine reptiles when I was a kid, I was scared.

The theropods of Northern Germany by Joschua Knüppe

In their recent paper (published just two days ago) Oliver Gerke and Oliver Wings describe a number of teeth of theropod dinosaurs from the late Jurassi. The theropods of northern Germany

Hatzegopteryx

Archaeologists dig up gigantic flying killer dinosaur as big as a PLANE

The restoration at the top shows a group of azhdarchids (belonging to the species Quetzalcoatlus northropi) as they may have looked while foraging on a Cretaceous fern prairie (Quetzalcoatlus northropi lived in Texas during the Late Cretaceous).

Argentinosaurus huinculensis compared to a human. 100 metres long, 100 tonnes in weight.  One of the largest dinosaurs.

Argentinosaurus huinculensis compared to a human. 100 metres long, 100 tonnes in weight. One of the largest dinosaurs.

one of my fav. dinosaur pictures

Snow settled, almost making Kenna laugh. The dinosaur just looked so funny, covered in snow. She almost swore the dinosaur smiled.

Apex: Boss - Tyrannosaurus by Herschel-Hoffmeyer

Modeled in Zbrush and edits applied in Photoshop. All the prehistoric apex predators are about to clash in Apex Theropod Deck-Building Game releasing this fall!

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus on the cruise.  By Mark Witton.    #Paleoart #Marine #Mesozoic #Reptiles

In a new book Dr Mark Witton offers a look at the world of the dinosaurs and explores issues around bring extinct animals and their environments back to life

Mosasaurus

Mosasaurus chasing a shark (yes, a variant of the famous Jurassic World poster, but the Mosasaurus looks more like it should in this and also has the right size).

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