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New Tyrannosaur named 'Pinocchio rex' - A new type of Tyrannosaur with a very long nose has been nicknamed "Pinocchio rex." It reached a length of 29.52' (9 m), was a cousin of T. rex and lived about 66 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period

Paleontologists have discovered a new species of long-snouted tyrannosaur - named Qianzhousaurus sinensis and nicknamed Pinocchio rex.

For millions of years, a wide variety of dinosaurs battled harsh, wintry conditions as the Southern Lights flickered above their heads. These unique pioneer discoveries of paleontology, some gigantic and some petite, have all left their remains in opal and rock in the “Land Down Under.”

For millions of years, a wide variety of dinosaurs battled harsh, wintry conditions as the Southern Lights flickered above their heads. These unique pioneer

Eoraptor.  Art by Julius Csotonyi. Eoraptor was one of the world's earliest dinosaurs that lived ca. 231.4 million years ago, during the latter part of the Triassic Period in Western Gondwana, what is now the northwestern region of Argentina.

Art by Julius Csotonyi. Eoraptor was one of the world's earliest dinosaurs that lived ca. million years ago, during the latter part of the Triassic Period in Western Gondwana, what is now the northwestern region of Argentina.

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I haven't painted a Pterosaur in a while but I decided to break the drought with the Pterodaustro. It's typically depicted with Spoonbill/flamingo color.

A Cretaceous Nigerian scene depicting a young (and speculatively feathered) abelisaurid called Kryptops disturbed from its drinking by the commotion caused by a Suchomimus plucking a young Sarcosuchus from its river habitat. - One of the ten scenes on Wired.com from an award-winning illustrator's new book, 'The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi.'

Suchomimus and Kryptops. A Cretaceous Nigerian scene depicting a young (and spectacularly feathered) Abelisaurid called Kryptops disturbed from its drinking by the commotion caused by a Suchomimus plucking a young Sarcosuchus from its river habitat.