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Daspletosaurus-Dinosaur Park specimen (FMNH PR308), mounted at the Field Museum in Chicago.

Daspletosaurus: Dinosaur Park specimen (FMNH mounted at the Field Museum in Chicago. genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in western North America between 77 and 74 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous Period.

Sir David Attenborough Lies Alongside a Giant Femur (Thigh Bone) Potentially the biggest terrestrial animal known to science.

Sir David Attenborough Lies Alongside a Giant Femur (Thigh Bone) of a Titanosaur. Potentially the biggest terrestrial animal known to science.

Deinosuchus (50ft Crocodile), with the head of a modern crocodile in the mouth for comparison

Deinosuchus foot alligator), with the head of a modern crocodile in the mouth for comparison

Qijianglong (pronounced

Long-necked Jurassic 'dragon' discovered in China

Paleontologists from the University of Alberta have discovered a new long-necked dinosaur (sauropod), the Qijianglong or "Dragon of Qijiang," near Qijiang City, China. Qijianglong was a mamenchisau.

Camptosaurus, mounted and displayed with an Allosaurus skeleton at the Science Museum of Minnesota

Camptosaurus, mounted and displayed with an Allosaurus skeleton at the Science Museum of Minnesota

Hagryphus giganteu, Natural History Museum of Utah. Dinosauria, Saurischia, Theropoda, Oviraptorosauria, Elmisauridae. Auteur : Daderot, 2013.

Hagryphus giganteu, Natural History Museum of Utah.

The timing of the National Geographic Museum’s newest exhibit, Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous, is rather auspicious — for them and for us. Just months after the dinosaurs at ...

The timing of the National Geographic Museum’s newest exhibit, Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous, is rather auspicious — for them and for us. Just months after the dinosaurs .

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Spinosaurus was the largest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived, as well as an accomplished swimmer. Here are 10 fascinating Spinosaurus facts.

Torvosaurus at Thanksgiving Point             1              Prev Next  "savage lizard" Late Jurassic Period (about 150 million years ago) A large meat-eater, Torvosaurus is not as well known as Allosaurus but lived during the same time and was just as deadly. It closely resembles certain dinosaurs from Europe, such as Megalosaurus. Torvosaurus is found in a layer of rock called the Morrison Formation in Colorado and Wyoming.

Torvosaurus at Thanksgiving Point 1 Prev Next "savage lizard" Late Jurassic Period (about 150 million years ago) A large meat-eater, Torvosaurus is not as well known as Allosaurus but lived during the same time and was just as deadly. It closely resembles certain dinosaurs from Europe, such as Megalosaurus. Torvosaurus is found in a layer of rock called the Morrison Formation in Colorado and Wyoming.

Herrerasaurus was one of the earliest dinosaurs. Its name means "Herrera's lizard", after Victorino Herrera, a goatherd who discovered the first specimen. All known fossils of Herrerasaurus have been discovered in northwestern Argentina in rocks dated to 231.4 million years ago. It was a lightly built bipedal carnivore with a long tail and a relatively small head. Its length is estimated at 3–6 meters (10–20 ft) and it may have weighed around 210–350 kilograms (463–772 lb).

Herrerasaurus was one of the earliest dinosaurs. All known specimens of this carnivore have been discovered in rocks of late Ladinian age (middle Triassic according to the ICS, dated to million years ago) in northwestern Argentina

Appalachiosaurus- the dominate predator in Alabama during the Late Cretaceous Period. by McWane Science Center

Appalachiosaurus- the dominant predator in Alabama during the Late Cretaceous Period. by McWane Science Center

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