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Yangchuanosaurus (Metriacanthosaurus), a carnivorous theropod dinosaur (left) and Shunosaurus, a sauropod (right) from the Cretaceous era of Asia. Description from sciencephoto.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Yangchuanosaurus (Metriacanthosaurus), a carnivorous theropod dinosaur (left) and Shunosaurus, a sauropod (right) from the Cretaceous era of Asia.

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Douglas Henderson paleoart

A painting made by Doug Henderson, depicting a diplodocus and some allosaurs.

New Triassic Beachscene. Coelophysis enjoy a meal, from a stranded 13m long Shoni-saurus, while in the background a 5m long Postosuchus approaches

New Triassic Beachscene. Coelophysis enjoy a meal, from a stranded long Shonisaurus, while in the background a long Postosuchus approaches

1. Amargasaurus cazaui 2. Rebbachisaurus garasbae 3. Nigersaurus taqueti

1. Amargasaurus cazaui 2. Rebbachisaurus garasbae 3. Nigersaurus taqueti

Dicraeosaurus

That's right - it's time for another look at the best palaeoart of the as presented in De Oerwereld van de Dinosauriërs , also known .

Raúl Martín: Madagascar - Majungasaurus and Rapetosaurus

Art gallery of Raúl Martín. Paleoart, realistic reconstructions of dinosaurs and others prehistoric animals.

Pristachampsus chasing Hyracotherium by John Sibbick

Pristichampsus Attacking Early Horses Pristichampsus is an extinct crocodile relative that could grow up to 10 feet long. The armored reptile lived mostly on land, and fed on land mammals like these early horses.

Reaper In Paradise  The giant crocodile, Deinosuchus riograndensis, attacks an Albertosaurs, a smaller relative of the Tyrannosaurus, in Late Cretaceous North America, 75 million years ago.

Explosive New Theory Explains Dinos' Demise

Caption from "Jony Kongo": El fantástico arte de Bob Eggleton

El fantástico arte de Bob Eggleton. Primera parte.

Ceratosaurus: Another solid Picture for the Rot Dragon :Classification Règne Animalia Embranchement Chordata Classe Sauropsida Super-ordre Dinosauria Ordre Saurischia Sous-ordre Theropoda Super-famille † Ceratosauria Famille † Ceratosauridae

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