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Deinocheirus mirificus by PaleoPastori.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Deinocheirus mirificus "The Extraordinary Sweetwater Theropod" painting .in progress (detail) acrylic with marten brushes on cardboard Deinocheirus mirificus

A little bit of role reversal. Tenontosaurus eating a Deinonychus, just because it can. Many “strict herbivores” will sometimes actually eat meat – sometimes for the calcium in bones, but sometimes for no clear reason at all. Modern deer, cows,...

A little bit of role reversal. Tenontosaurus eating a Deinonychus, just because it can. Many “strict herbivores” will sometimes actually eat meat – sometimes for the calcium in bones, but sometimes for no clear reason at all.

Psittacosaurus drawing

grumpy little porcupine Protoceratops

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Jurassic Park Dinosaurs by FlyQueen I love the Dilophosaur. It just looks adorable then it strikes.

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Jurassic World Diabolus / Indominus Rex leak- Info: The Diabolus/ Indominus Rex is a new dinosaur attraction at Jurassic World. Its a hybrid dinosaur made from T-Rex, the Velociraptor species Deinonychus, Cuttlefish, and Death Adder DNA.

Yutyrannus were gigantic bipedal predators. The holotype & oldest-known specimen has a length of 30' & an est.weight of about 3117 lb. Its skull has an est. length of 35.6". by Julio Lacerda

Yutyrannus were gigantic bipedal predators. The holotype oldest-known specimen has a length of an est. Its skull has an est. length of by Julio Lacerda

Balaur

From Archaeopteryx to Plateosaurus, these Dinosaurs Ruled Mesozoic Europe: Balaur

Brachylophosaurus; Late Cretaceous, 76.5 Ma; Ornithopoda (hadrosaur); Described by Sternberg, 1953

"An artist's representation of Leonardo, a well-preserved fossil of a 77 million-year-old duckbilled dinosaur. Credit: Houston Museum of Natural Science." Brachylophosaurus canadensis Dinosaur Spills His Guts

Male Tyrannosaurus by damir-g-martin.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Male Tyrannosaurus I made for Mike Kelly upcoming book about the King of dinosaurs. Iridescent plumage covering sides of the kings belly and most of the dorsal tail. An element directed towards at.

Nice to see hadrosaurs and deinonychosaurs interacting peacefully for once.

prehistoric-birds: “ tiffanyillustration: “ Dinovember No.in continuing with my trend of dinosaurs starting with P facing to the left) A bull Parasaurolophus plays with a group of Troodontids! ” Nice to see hadrosaurs and deinonychosaurs.