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Fearsome Dinosaur-Age "Hammerhead" Reptile Ate... Plants? | Geology IN

Fearsome Dinosaur-Age "Hammerhead" Reptile Ate... Plants? | Geology IN

Todd Marshall/National Geographic. An artist's impression of Kaprosuchus saharicus, nicknamed BoarCroc

Todd Marshall/National Geographic. An artist's impression of Kaprosuchus saharicus, nicknamed BoarCroc

New Baby Mammoth Fossil Found in Northern Siberia.  Age estimate between 40,000 and 10,000.

New Baby Mammoth Fossil Found in Northern Siberia. Age estimate between 40,000 and 10,000.

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The Earliest Bird, Archaeopteryx, Fossil Skeleton with Feathers

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Didelphodon is a genus of stagodont metatherians from the Late Cretaceous. Didelphodon possessed an otter-like body with a tasmanian devil-like skull.

Didelphodon is a genus of stagodont metatherians from the Late Cretaceous. Didelphodon possessed an otter-like body with a tasmanian devil-like skull.

Scientists have unearthed extraordinarily preserved fossils of a 520-million-year-old sea creature, one of the earliest animal fossils ever found, according to a new study.

Cambrian Creatures Gallery: Photos of Primitive Sea Life

Scientists have unearthed extraordinarily preserved fossils of a 520-million-year-old sea creature, one of the earliest animal fossils ever found, according to a new study.

Texasetes pleurohalio | A Dinosaur A Day

Texasetes pleurohalio | A Dinosaur A Day

prehistoric Dragonflies with wingspans of up to 65 cm. it has been proven that these 300 million year old Dragonflies would not be able to fly in our modern day Oxygen Density levels. Was every thing much bigger in prehistoric times, because of the oxygen density levels were high back then? Hmmmmmm

prehistoric Dragonflies with wingspans of up to 65 cm. it has been proven that these 300 million year old Dragonflies would not be able to fly in our modern day Oxygen Density levels. Was every thing much bigger in prehistoric times, because of the oxygen density levels were high back then? Hmmmmmm

Earth's largest dinosaurs are discovered in Argentina | Geology IN

Earth's largest dinosaurs are discovered in Argentina | Geology IN

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