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Newly discovered dinosaur joins a mysterious family of 'giant thieves'

Newly discovered dinosaur joins a mysterious family of 'giant thieves'

WHY COULDNT WE JUST KEEP THE EARTH LADIES THIS IS WHY WE CANT HAVE NICE THINGS. Jurassic world.

WHY COULDNT WE JUST KEEP THE EARTH LADIES THIS IS WHY WE CANT HAVE NICE THINGS. Jurassic world.

Yutyrannus huali, a newly discovered ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex, was covered from head to tail in downy feathers. At 30 feet long and weighing 3,000 pounds, Y. huali wasn’t as large as T. rex, which came 60 million years later, but it’s the largest feathered tyrannosaur yet found. The discovery provides direct evidence for the presence of extensively feathered gigantic dinosaurs

Giant Feathered Tyrannosaur Found in China

Yutyrannus huali, a newly discovered ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex, was covered from head to tail in downy feathers. At 30 feet long and weighing 3,000 pounds, Y. huali wasn’t as large as T. rex, which came 60 million years later, but it’s the largest feathered tyrannosaur yet found. The discovery provides direct evidence for the presence of extensively feathered gigantic dinosaurs

Sir David Attenborough follows find of the largest known dinosaur

Sir David Attenborough follows find of the largest known dinosaur

In a forthcoming documentary, Sir David Attenborough will tell the story of the discovery in Argentina and reveal how the gentle giant would have looked when it lived 102 million years ago.

Carcharocles megalodon Snacking on a Platybelodon in Miocene Waters. This image depicts the probably rare but plausible encounter between the giant shark Carcharocles (jaw diameter estimated at eleven feet) and a medium-sized proboscidean, Platybelodon.

Carcharocles megalodon Snacking on a Platybelodon in Miocene Waters. This image depicts the probably rare but plausible encounter between the giant shark Carcharocles (jaw diameter estimated at eleven feet) and a medium-sized proboscidean, Platybelodon.

An Early Cretaceous predator - "Lightning Claw" from Australia..

An Early Cretaceous predator - "Lightning Claw" from Australia..

Hot damn!

With Jurassic World coming out next week, I thought I'd teach you all about feathered dinosaurs and why they're awesome

How Do Paleontologists Classify Dinosaurs?: Brachiosaurus, the prototypical example of a saurischian dinosaur (Nobu Tamura)

How Do Paleontologists Classify Dinosaurs?: Brachiosaurus, the prototypical example of a saurischian dinosaur (Nobu Tamura)

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