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Paleoscape 10 Protoceratops a by highdarktemplar

Paleoart by highdarktemplar on DeviantArt

John Conway ‏@thejohnconway  I don't know whether you've heard, but birds are dinosaurs! Sinovenator changii #SciArt

Sinovenator changii was a little troodontid theropod from the Early Cretaceous of China. This very owly painting of it is totally not copied from this 1856 painting by William James Webbe.

Dollodon and Neovenator by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt

Dollodon and Neovenator by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt

I love this picture of Spinosaurus. It was in one of my favorite dinosaur books when I was a kid.

Spinosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived in what is now North Africa, from the lower Albian to lower Cenomanian stages of the Cretaceous period, about 112 to 97 million years ago.

Can you identify dinosaurs?

Can you identify dinosaurs?

Coelurosauravus (see-low-row-SORE-uh-vus (or) see-lore-oh-SORE-ay-vus) was a genus of late Permian reptile with "wings" that were either for gliding or display. It was very similar to the Triassic kuehneosaurids, but unlike the kuehneosaurids, it had a crest, like the crest of the dinosaur Protoceratops.

Coelurosauravus (see-low-row-SORE-uh-vus (or) see-lore-oh-SORE-ay-vus) was a genus of late Permian reptile with "wings" that were either for.

Largest known feathered animal discovered in China: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/04/120404-yutyrannus-feathers-dinosaur-science-nature-biggest/

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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