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Herbivorous Dinosaur Paleontologists in Canada have found the fossil fragments from a new species of herbivorous dinosaur that walked the Earth during the Cretaceous period. The newly-discovered dinosaur lived approximately 67 million years...
pliosaurus

Pliosaurus

Pliosaurus Pliosaurus (meaning ‘more lizard’) is a genus of thalassophonean  pliosaurid known from the Kimmeridgian and Tithonian stages (Late Jurassic) of Europe and South America. Their diet would have included fish, cephalopods, and marine reptiles. This genus has contained many species in the past but recent reviews found...
Protoceratops

Protoceratops

Protoceratops Protoceratops (meaning “First Horned Face”) is a genus of sheep-sized (1.8 m long) herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur, from the Upper  Cretaceous Period of what is now Mongolia. It was a member of the Protoceratopsidae, a group of early horned dinosaurs....
Jurassic Park 3: Info and Facts ≠ According to an interview with William H. Macy, the actor said the film’s animatronic Spinosaurus had a 1,000-horsepower motor and that creature could turn its head at...
The titanosaur dinosaur Dreadnoughtus schrani (pictured above) is the only supermassive dinosaur for which scientists have both the femur and humerus bones from the same individual. That makes it the largest dinosaur for which scientists can confidently...
MILWAUKEE -- As most are cooped up indoors amid this coronavirus pandemic, a few people, dinosaurs -- are hoping to lighten the mood Sunday, March 22 as they go on a parade around Bay View -- at...
Sarcosuchus was by far the biggest crocodile that ever lived, making modern crocs, caimans, and gators look like insignificant geckos by comparison. Below are 8 interesting Facts About Sarcosuchus. Sarcosuchus Is Also Known as...
It must have been a giant - and it lived on a very big foot: the largest dinosaur foot found in the USA measures almost one meter - a new record. Munich (dpa) -...
Prehistoric Animals While dinosaurs get all the attention, discover why prehistoric creatures like the terror bird and the Titanoboa are just as terrifying. For about 135 million years, dinosaurs were the...
Oligocene Epoch The Oligocene epoch wasn’t especially innovative with regard to its prehistoric animals, which continued along the evolutionary paths that had been pretty much locked in during the preceding Eocene (and continued on in turn during the...