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Antediluvian Salad: Masiakasaurus Proposed as a Fossorial Animal Hunting Specialist

Simosuchus is an extinct genus of notosuchian crocodylomorphs from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar. Simosuchus was small, about metres ft) long based on the skeletons of mature individuals. Unlike most crocodylomorphs the Simosuchus was herbivorous.

The infamous J.S.G Boggs created  banknotes for the Florida United Numismatist convention in 1999. This "funny money" soon became some of his most famous notes.  Red Gold We Trust indeed! Denominations from $1 to $50 modified slightly through the changing of captions (notably, "The United States of America" is changed to "Florida United Numismatists" and the denomination wording is occasionally replaced by the acronym FUN

The infamous J.S.G Boggs created banknotes for the Florida United Numismatist convention in 1999. This "funny money" soon became some of his most famous notes. Red Gold We Trust indeed! Denominations from $1 to $50 modified slightly through the changing of captions (notably, "The United States of America" is changed to "Florida United Numismatists" and the denomination wording is occasionally replaced by the acronym FUN

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

Meet the largest feathered animal in history – an early version of Tyrannosaurus rex, clad in long, fuzzy filaments. This newly discovered beast has been named Yutyrannus huali, a mix of Mandarin a…

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Diplocaulus (double caul) was an early amphibian w/ a boomerang head, from the Permian period of N. It is one of the largest lepospondyls.

Ptychodus mortoni Scale by Jaime Bran

Ptychodus mortoni Scale by Jaime Bran

Falcarius utahensis skeleton Falcarius, which dates to the Early Cretaceous Period about 125 million years ago, belongs to a group of dinosaurs known as therizinosaurs.

Falcarius utahensis skeleton Falcarius, which dates to the Early Cretaceous Period about 125 million years ago, belongs to a group of dinosaurs known as therizinosaurs.

Zuul is the best preserved and most complete ankylosaurine ever from North America, and includes a gorgeously complete skull. (Credit NAME)

The Ankylosauria is a group of herbivorous, quadrupedal, armoured dinosaurs subdivided in two major clades, the Ankylosauridae and the Nodosauridae. Zuul crurivastator, from the Coal Ridge Member o…

Diatryma, Skeleton of Diatryma (Gastornis Giganteus), a large, tall (about 2 meters/6.6 feet) flightless bird that lived during the late Paleocene and Eocene

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Woolly mammoth de-extinction essay In other words, the mammoth de-extinction effort may confer significant, near-term benefits to Asian elephant conservation. To get from the genome work in the lab to herds of Woolly Mammoths once again thriving in their.

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Anhanguera-SPREAD_F1.jpg

Langstonia huilensis, a large sebecosuchian crocodylomorph from the Middle Miocene of Colombia (~12 mya). About 2.7m in length (8′10″), it was an active terrestrial predator with long upright limbs, a deep skull with powerful jaw muscles, and serrated flesh-tearing teeth.The sebecosuchians were a diverse and widespread group, first appearing in the Late Cretaceous and living through the K-Pg mass extinction well into the Cenozoic. Fossils have been found in Europe, North Africa, and Asia…

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Langstonia huilensis, a large sebecosuchian crocodylomorph from the Middle Miocene of Colombia mya). About in length it was an active terrestrial predator with long upright limbs, a.

Paracrax gigantea/antiqua by Ornito Frenia Bathornithidae was a lineage of flightless birds closely related to the more famous terror birds and modern seriemas that lived in North America from the Eocene to Miocene.

kenbrasai:Paracrax gigantea/antiqua by Ornito Frenia: Bathornithidae was a lineage of flightless birds closely related to the more famous terror birds and modern seriemas that lived in North America from the Eocene to Miocene.

Postcard of Barosaurus at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, NY.

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