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Veterupristisaurus is known from the holotype specimen MB R 1938, an isolated middle caudal vertebra. The holotype was collected in the St (EH) locality of the Tendaguru in German East Africa, from the Middle Dinosaur Member of the Tendaguru Formation, dating to the late Kimmeridgian to earliest Tithonian faunal stage of the Late Jurassic, about 154-150 million years ago.

Veterupristisaurus is an extinct genus of carcharodontosaurid theropod dinosaur known from the Jurassic of Tendaguru, southeastern Tanzania, Africa (Wikipedia)

Amargasaurus "La Amarga lizard" is a genus of sauropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous epoch (129.4–122.46 mya) of what is now Argentina. The only known skeleton was discovered in 1984 and described in 1991, forming the holotype specimen of the single species Amargasaurus cazaui. The skeleton is nearly complete, including a fragmentary skull, making Amargasaurus one of the best-known sauropods from the Early Cretaceous

Amargasaurus is a sauropod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous epoch mya) of what is now Argentina. The skeleton was discovered in

Chronicle Collectibles has shared the first photos and info for their upcoming Lost World: Jurassic Park Replica Stegosaurus Maquette. The Stegosaurus is molded from the original maquette created by Stan Winston Studio and was painted to match the original design. The Stegosaurus measures in at 30″ long, 16″ tall and 10.5″ wide and will include a themed base. The base itself measures 14″ x 10.5″ x 2″. Pre-orders for the Lost World Replica Stegosaurus Maquette begin on Friday, April 15th at…

Lost World: Jurassic Park Replica Stegosaurus Maquette by Chronicle - The Toyark - News

paleoillustration: “Ceratopsians by Camila Alli Chair ”

A reconstruction of an early giant among horned dinosaurs still carries the label Pentaceratops among the fossils in the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman, Okla., but may deserve to be considered a new species, Titanoceratops.

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Zuniceratops christopheri, Wyoming Dinosaur Museum Zuniceratops was a ceratopsian dinosaur from the mid Turonian of the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now New Mexico, United States.

The Best of Jurassic Park by Ashley Schultz

Dinosaur Art Contest Winner Announced! Trent Taft& Blue Raptor takes the top spot in our forum art challenge to celebrate JURASSIC JUNE!

Jurassic World Diabolus/ Indominus Rex fanart

Jurassic World Diabolus/ Indominus Rex fanart

:  Tell me now that feathered dinosaurs aren’t freaking terrifying! And this one is just a little one, maximum three metres. Oh, and Heterodontosaurs are also herbivores. So… not very dangerous at all. Honestly, though, this little guy is nightmare fuel compared to the cute images I grew up with in my dinosaur books.Art by Luis V Rey

This bizarre suite of teeth has led to debate over what heterodontosaurs ate. Some scientists.

THE TRUTH ABOUT T.REX Background: Even one of the best known dinosaurs has secrets. (We all want to know: why the puny arms?) Scientists are...

THE TRUTH ABOUT T.REX Background: Even one of the best known dinosaurs has secrets. (We all want to know: why the puny arms?) Scientists are starting to unpack these mysteries, but questions remain.

FIGURE 6: Cranial reconstruction and life restoration of Aquilops americanus. Cranium in A) right lateral and B) dorsal views; C) life restoration in right lateral view. The rendering is based on OMNH 34557 (holotype), with missing details patterned after Liaoceratops yanzigouensis and Archaeoceratops oshimai. Life restoration by Brian Engh. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0112055.g006

FIGURE Cranial reconstruction and life restoration of Aquilops americanus…

Mammoth. Hard to believe he walked the earth and lead the way. Follower's need a broom and scoop.

The only other prehistoric animal AI would like to see brought back to life.

Diprotodon; the largest marsupial that ever lived (discovered so far), roamed Australia. It weighted up to 6,200 lbs.

Scientists say they may have unearthed the fossilised skeletons of up to 40 giant marsupials in south-west Queensland.

In Skull Analysis, Charting the Path From T. Rex to Falcon  By JAMES GORMAN  Published: May 31, 2012   It is well accepted that birds evolved from dinosaurs, but the extent of the transformation still inspires wonder and awe. And new research.

Skull Analysis Charts the Changes From Dinosaurs to Birds

In Skull Analysis, Charting the Path From T. Rex to Falcon By JAMES GORMAN Published: May 2012 It is well accepted that birds evolved from dinosaurs, but the extent of the transformation still inspires wonder and awe.

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