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Sinosauropteryx: a member of the Jehol Biota (Yixian Formation) & the genus of dinosaur outside of Avialae (birds & their immediate relatives) to be found w/evidence of feathers, seen clearly in this gorgeous fossil Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, Rocks And Gems, Rocks And Minerals, Crystals Minerals, Jurassic Park, Archaeology

Palaeobiology and Biodiversity Group, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol

The Palaeobiology and Biodiversity Research Group uses the fossil record to investigate the diversification and extinction of organisms in relation to the planet's long history of climatic and environmental change. The group has pioneered many research and educational initiatives, including the Bristol Dinosaur Project. A further key focus is on the origin of major animal groups in the Precambrian and Cambrian - to determine the interaction of palaeontological with molecular and…

Arsinoitherium - Africa, from 36 to 30 million years ago, in areas of tropical forest and mangrove swamps. Although its appearance was rhino-like, it was more closely related to elephants, hyraxes and Sirenians. Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Fossils, Primates, Mammals, Jurrassic Park, Animal Skeletons

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history of dinosaurs Spinosaurus was the largest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived, as well as an accomplished swimmer. Here are 10 fascinating Spinosaurus facts. Dinosaur Skeleton, Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Fossils, Dinosaur Art, Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus, Jurassic Park World

Spinosaurus - Bigger than T. Rex, and Every Bit as Nasty

Spinosaurus was the largest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived, as well as an accomplished swimmer. Here are 10 fascinating Spinosaurus facts.

Fossil of a venomous lizard, ancient relative of the Gila monster Rocks And Gems, Rocks And Minerals, Reptiles And Amphibians, Mammals, Gila Monster, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, Archaeology

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A fossilized jewel beetle, which still shows the color of the exoskeleton . . Palaeochiropteryx, which resembles today's horseshoe bats and...

It is a little creepy, but this is true love! The 6000 year old kiss found in Hasanlu, Iran. why creepy? Post Mortem, Rare Historical Photos, Rare Photos, True Love, My Love, The Embrace, Ancient History, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greek

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The fossils belong to the same lineage as the famous Smilodon fatalis from the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, a large. Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Mundo Hippie, Animal Skeletons, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, T Rex, Mammals, Anthropologie

New Extinct Species Of Saber-Toothed Cat Found In Florida | Animals-Pets | Before It's News

A University of Florida researcher has described a new genus and species of extinct saber-toothed cat from Polk County, Fla., based on additional fossil acquisitions of the animal over the last 25 years. The 5-million-year-old fossils belong to the same lineage as the famous Smilodon fatalis from the La Brea

Reconstructed Stygimoloch skull at the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin. Stygimoloch (meaning "demon from the Styx") is a genus of pachycephalosaurid dinosaur from the end of the Cretaceous period, roughly 66 million years ago. Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Fossils, Prehistoric Creatures, Prehistoric Wildlife, Extinct Animals, Animal Skulls, Skull And Bones, Rocks And Minerals, Archaeology

Skull of a 'Stygimoloch' dinosaur (Stygimoloch is latin for "horned dragon from the river of hell")

Skeletons found in a Roman house in Kourion, Cyprus, by David and Noelle Soren in the Skeletons belonged to a family killed in the earthquake that struck in 365 CE. The mother cradles an infant in her arms as the the father tries to protect them Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Anthropologie, Skull And Bones, Archaeology, In This World, Nostalgia, Cool Stuff, Cyprus

Skeletal affection

1st image ) A woman and 2 children laid to rest embracing on a bed of flowers 5,000 years ago in what is now the barren Sahara Desert....

The skeleton of the new species of terror bird (Llallawavis scagliai) on display at the Museo Municipal de Ciencias Naturales Lorenzo Scaglia in Mar del Plata, Argentina. Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Prehistoric Creatures, Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Art And Illustration, Rocks And Minerals, Archaeology, Reptiles

'Terror birds' had deep voices, fossil suggests

A 90%-complete "terror bird" skeleton found in Argentina suggests these big-beaked predators had good low-frequency hearing and deep voices.

The short-faced bear, extinct about years ago. Stood meter at the shoulder and was 3 meter long. When standing upright, it was over meter tall. The weight is estimated to be over 997 kg, about 227 kg more than a large modern grizzly. Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Fossils, Prehistoric Creatures, Short Faced Bear, Dinosaur Skeleton, Extinct Animals, Skull And Bones, Archaeology, Mammals

The short-faced bear, extinct about 12,500 years ago. Stood 5.5 feet at the shoulder and was 10 feet long. When standing upright, it was over 11 feet tall. The weight is estimated to be over 2,200 pounds, about 500 pounds more than a large modern grizzly. This bear's long legs and flattened face are distinctive features of the species. Arctodus had a preference for open plains environments, such as Pleistocene Fairmead.

Think Mermaids Don't Exist? The Danish National Museum is here to prove you wrong. This mermaid skeleton is in the Danish National Museum and it purports to be the skeleton of the Haraldskaer mermaid, discovered by a farmer while ploughing his field. Mermaid Skeleton, Mermaids And Mermen, Mermaids Are Real, Pretty Mermaids, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Rare Flowers, Merfolk, Mermaid Art

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Five weird exhibits in the Danish National Museum

Prehistoric Ice Age cave bear skeleton, species rom the species Ursus spelaeus. Prehistoric artifacts for sale at M. Rau Antiques, New Orleans Rick Owens, African Art For Sale, Evolution, Cave Bear, Gothic, Dinosaur Fossils, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, Ice Age

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Edaphosaurus was a genus of sailback synapsid a group of animals that includes mammals and their relatives It lived from the late Carboniferous to the early Permian Even. Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Fossils, Prehistoric Creatures, Reptiles, Mammals, Big Lizard, Dinosaur Skeleton, Archaeological Discoveries, Animal Bones

Edaphosaurus.

Edaphosaurus was a genus of sail-back synapsid, a group of animals that includes mammals and their relatives. It lived from the late Carboni...