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This Tapajara toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Prehistoric, Predator, Fossils, Reptiles, Safari, Ice Age, Toys

Tapejara was a pterosaur that lived in what is now Brazil during the Cretaceous Period (112 million years ago). Pterosaurs were flying reptiles. Although they were not dinosaurs, they were more closely related to them than any other known reptiles. For this reason, paleontologists refer to dinosaurs and pterosaurs as ‘sistergroups’.

Coelophysis was one of the first agile meat-eating dinosaurs. This relatively small theropod scurried around what is now New Mexico during the Triassic Period, at the dawn of the age of the dinosaurs, 200 million years ago. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Prehistoric, Predator, Fossils, Reptiles, Dawn, Period

Coelophysis was one of the first agile meat-eating dinosaurs. This relatively small theropod scurried around what is now New Mexico during the Triassic Period, at the dawn of the age of the dinosaurs, 200 million years ago.

This Einiosaurus toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Four Legged, Prehistoric, North America, Ice Age, Horn, Montana, Buffalo

Einiosaurus is one of several horned dinosaurs that lived in North America during the Late Cretaceous. This so-called ‘buffalo of the Cretaceous’ walked on four legs and had a distinctive forward-curved horn on its nose. It has only been excavated from Montana, USA, where it browsed for plants 74 million years ago.

Kronosaurus belongs to a marine reptile group called pliosaurs. This toothy predator cruised the oceans during the early Cretaceous, about 120 million years ago. It hunted prey such as fish and other marine reptiles. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Prehistoric, Oceans, Predator, Fossils, Reptiles, Whale

Kronosaurus belongs to a marine reptile group called pliosaurs. This toothy predator cruised the oceans during the early Cretaceous, about 120 million years ago. It hunted prey such as fish and other marine reptiles.

This Psittacosaurus toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Recent Discoveries, Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Small Plants, Mongolia, Large Dogs, Prehistoric, Predator

Psittacosaurus, or the ‘parrot lizard’, was a small plant eating dinosaur that lived in Mongolia and China during the Early Cretaceous, 100 to 120 million years ago. About the size of a large dog, this peaceful creature used its beak and rough teeth to cut and crush tough plants. Recent discoveries revealed the skin color and pattern of Psittacosaurus and also showed that it had an unusual row of bristles along the top of its tail.

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The magnificent Quetzalcoatlus was the size of a small aircraft and one of the largest flying animals ever. This massive, but delicately built, carnivorous reptile was one of the last of its kind. Like all pterosaurs, an elongate finger supported each of its wing membranes. It soared through the Late Cretaceous skies of North America, 68 million years ago.

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Tylosaurus Safari Ltd New Educational Toy Figure Prehistoric World, Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Humpback Whale, New Toys, Educational Toys, Safari, Wildlife, Ice Age

Tylosaurus was a ferocious marine lizard that powered itself through the water with sweeping motions of its long body and fish-like tail. At a massive 46 ft long, it was about the size of a humpback whale and one of the largest mosasaurs. It lived in the Western Interior Seaway of North America during the Late Cretaceous, from about 75 to 85 million years ago.

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Giganotosaurus is the largest carnivorous dinosaur from South America. At an estimated 41 ft long, this massive dinosaur challenges even Tyrannosaurus rex for the title of largest theropod ever. Giganotosaurus occupied South America during the Late Cretaceous, 97 million years ago

 This reusable art kit features a magnetic board and dry erase pages, perfect for coloring dinosaur scenes over and over again. Dinosaur Activities, Book Activities, Learning Express, Fun Learning, Dinosaur Discovery, Dinosaur Drawing, Dry Erase Markers, Dry Erase Board, Fine Motor Skills

This Earth friendly, completely reusable kit contain everything needed for everlasting fun, learning, and creativity at home or on the go. Featuring dino digs, prehistoric puzzles, dino-finding fun, and step-by-step how-to-draws, your future paleontologist will dig right in to this jam-packed dinosaur adventure. Perfect restaurant or travel companion for your pint-sized paleontologist.

Sauropelta was a medium-sized armored dinosaur that lived in North America during the Early Cretaceous, about 108 million years ago. This peaceful plant eater used its protective array of bony armor and spines to defend itself from hungry hunters. Peabody Museum, Prehistoric World, Spinosaurus, Suit Of Armor, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Natural History, Fossil, North America, Safari

Sauropelta was a medium-sized armored dinosaur that lived in North America during the Early Cretaceous, about 108 million years ago. This peaceful plant eater used its protective array of bony armor and spines to defend itself from hungry hunters.

This Yutyrannus toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Prehistoric, Predator, Fossils, Discovery, Feathers, Environment

The discovery of Yutyrannus changed how paleontologists thought about large tyrannosaurs. Feathers in this carnivorous relative of T. rex suggested that other large tyrannosaurs may have had them, too. Yutyrannus hunted during the early Cretaceous in China, around 125 million years ago, and was the top predator in its environment.

Vagaceratops was named in 2010 and showed that horned dinosaurs were more diverse than previously supposed. This four-legged plant eater lived in North America during the late Cretaceous, 75 million years ago. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Four Legged, Prehistoric, Predator, Fossils, Reptiles, North America

Vagaceratops was named in 2010 and showed that horned dinosaurs were more diverse than previously supposed. This four-legged plant eater lived in North America during the late Cretaceous, 75 million years ago.

This Dracorex toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Prehistoric, Predator, Bats, Fossils, Reptiles, Period

Dimorphodon was a medium-sized (wingspan of about 4.5 feet) pterosaur that lived in the Early Jurassic Period (about 200 million years ago) in what is now the British Iles. Pterosaurs were the first reptiles to fly. Although superficially similar to modern bats and birds, they were not related to either group.

This Dimorphodon toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Prehistoric, Predator, Bats, Fossils, Reptiles, Safari

Dimorphodon was a medium-sized (wingspan of about 4.5 feet) pterosaur that lived in the Early Jurassic Period (about 200 million years ago) in what is now the British Iles. Pterosaurs were the first reptiles to fly. Although superficially similar to modern bats and birds, they were not related to either group.

This Diabloceratops toy is the perfect addition to your aspiring paleontologist's dinosaur collection. Prehistoric Creatures, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dinosaurs, Horns, Hand Painted, Authenticity, Utah, Skull, Cover

Diabloceratops is an early member of the Ceratopsidae, or horned dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous (81-76 million year ago) of Utah. Like all horned dinosaurs, it was quadrupedal (four footed), had horns on its head, and a bony frill that extended from the back of the skull to cover the neck.

Monolophosaurus was a medium sized theropod dinosaur (about 16 feet long) that lived during the Middle Jurassic Period (about 165 million years ago) in what is now China. Spinosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ice Age, Prehistoric, Predator, Fossils, Reptiles, Period, Middle

Monolophosaurus was a medium sized theropod dinosaur (about 16 feet long) that lived during the Middle Jurassic Period (about 165 million years ago) in what is now China.

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