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The land before time/Jurassic park institute

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Alaska Valley

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Ammosaurus | Jurassic Park Wiki | Fandom
Anasazisaurus | Jurassic Park Wiki | Fandom
Aralosaurus | Jurassic Park Wiki | Fandom


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Achelousaurus in land before time style by rainbowracer95 on DeviantArt
Altirhinus in The Land Before Time Style by rainbowracer95 on DeviantArt
Anasazisaurus in The Land Before Time Style by rainbowracer95 on DeviantArt

Deviantart Dinos

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An important little creature in the history of life on Earth, Pikaia is the first known living thing with a backbone. Having this feature, it is possibly the ancestor of all vertebrate life on Earth, including humans. It was only about two inches long and lived in the sea 550 million years ago. It looked like a small fish without fins. Not too much is known about this creature. It is known from a very fossil rich formation of shale rocks in Canada that are called the Burgess Shale.
Called Acro for short, this dinosaur is a therapod (a two-legged meat-eater) which had 68 long, knife-like teeth in its 5 foot long head. At 40 feet long, this dinosaur ruled the land about 35 million years before there were any T. rexes. Unlike T. rex, this dinosaur had larger, more powerful arms that could grab, hold and crush other dinosaurs. It could probably lift a small car off the ground! There is one very interesting feature about the Acro, and that is the high spines along its back ...
A large member of the long-necked sauropod family, Alamosaurus was one of the last of these huge plant-eaters to live in what is now the United States. It is related to the titanosaurs, which were common in South America in the Cretaceous period. It is an example of the re-introduction of the sauropods to North America from South America during the later part of the Cretaceous. It is the only known North American sauropod from the Late Cretaceous. http://web.archive.org/web/20040419010433fw_/...


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Land Before Time Animals Alphabet
Land Before Time Animals Alphabet | The Parody Wiki | Fandom
Land Before Time Animals Alphabet | The Parody Wiki | Fandom

Alphabet Images

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Timimus (meaning "Tim mimi") is an extinct genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur that lived in Australia during the Early Cretaceous period. Timimus appeared in the website Jurassic Park: Institute on Dinopedia as a ornithomimids.
Adasaurus (meaning "Ada's lizard") is an extinct genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous period. Adasaurus is only mentioned on a plaque display. Adasaurus appeared on the website Jurassic Park Institute now available to browse on Dinopedia.
Monoclonius is an extinct genus of ceratopsian dinosaur that lived in North America during the Late Cretaceous period. Monoclonius was named by paleontologist Edward Cope in 1876. Monoclonius has so far only been featured in the Jurassic Park Institute now available on Dinopedia.


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With Jurassic Park Institute

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Great Valley/California Valley

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Argentina Valley

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Azendohsaurus | Jurassic Park Wiki | Fandom


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Lourinhanosaurus | Jurassic Park Wiki | Fandom
Poekilopleuron Bucklandii.


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Acanthopholis horrida
Ankylosaurus Magniventris
Scolosaurus Cutleri


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Archaeopteryx lithographica


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