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New illustrated map of the Pangaea supercontinent is right out of the Middle Ages

New illustrated map of the Pangaea supercontinent is right out of the Middle Ages

The Supercontinent Pangaea of the Triassic Period - A map of the Earth around 250 to 200 million years ago featuring Gondwanna, Laurasia and Pangaea the Supercontinent. Populated with Dinosaurs, Therapsids, Pterosaurs, and other prehistoric beasts.

Dinosaurs ~Yes, dinosaurs were real. Creation is a myth, as are your gods.

Dinosaurs ~Yes, dinosaurs were real. Creation is a myth, as are your gods. -creation, God and dinosaurs all existed. God's not dead

Moschops Vintage Print of an Extinct Gondwana by CarambasVintage, $16.00

Moschops Vintage Print of an Extinct Gondwana Animal Middle Permian Epoch.

Art illustration - Dinosaurs - Pachyrhinosaurus: ("lizard thick nose") is sort represented by a unique species of ceratopsid Ceratopsiano dinosaur, which lived in the late Cretaceous period, roughly between 68 and 65 million years ago, in the Maastrichtian, in what is today North America .

Art illustration - Dinosaurs - Pachyrhinosaurus: ("lizard thick nose") is sort…

Cotylorhynchus by Sergey Krasovskiy, atrox1 | The best known member of the synapsid clade Caseidae, the largest terrestrial vertebrates of the Early Permian

Cotylorhynchus by on deviantART. It was a synapsid pelycosaur, basically the first step on the road to true mammals.

Scanned this from an old issue of National Geographic magazine.

Giganotosaurus reconstructions by James Gurney, Rodrigo Vega and Alain Bénéteau. About Giganotosaurus being able to run, I quote James Gurney: “This painting was done over ten years ago.

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