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How Much Do You Know About Therizinosaurus?: Therizinosaurus May (or May Not) Have Been Covered in Feathers

How Much Do You Know About Therizinosaurus?: Therizinosaurus May (or May Not) Have Been Covered in Feathers

IL gastropod fossils

IL gastropod fossils

Top 5 prehistoric sea monsters! (Great illustrations/images, but the text is in Japanese)

Top 5 prehistoric sea monsters! (Great illustrations/images, but the text is in Japanese)

How Much Do You Know About Parasaurolophus?: Parasaurolophus Could Run on its Two Hind Legs

How Much Do You Know About Parasaurolophus?

How Much Do You Know About Parasaurolophus?: Parasaurolophus Could Run on its Two Hind Legs

National Dinosaur Museum | Palaeontologist Paul Sereno compares a human skull with that of a Carcharodontosaurus, a Spinosaurus and a Tyrannosaurus.

National Dinosaur Museum | Palaeontologist Paul Sereno compares a human skull with that of a Carcharodontosaurus, a Spinosaurus and a Tyrannosaurus.

Suzhousaurus

Suzhousaurus

Among the giant plants in the Carboniferous forests were Cordaites, an early relative of conifers; Calamites, a bushy horsetail; Medullosa,a seed fern (a plant with seeds and fern-like leaves); Psaronius, a tree fern; and Paralycopodites and Lepidophloios, lycopsids (scaly, pole-like trees with cones). Lepidophloios could grow to 40 m (132 ft), but most of today’s lycopsids, known as quillworts and club mosses, grow only a few centimeters high.

Among the giant plants in the Carboniferous forests were Cordaites, an early relative of conifers; Calamites, a bushy horsetail; Medullosa,a seed fern (a plant with seeds and fern-like leaves); Psaronius, a tree fern; and Paralycopodites and Lepidophloios, lycopsids (scaly, pole-like trees with cones). Lepidophloios could grow to 40 m (132 ft), but most of today’s lycopsids, known as quillworts and club mosses, grow only a few centimeters high.

クレタセウス  Torvosaurus Tanneri (portugal ) model

クレタセウス Torvosaurus Tanneri (portugal ) model

One of the most unusual marine mammals of all time was Kolponomos, the “otter-bear”. Details of this enigmatic animal have remained quite a mystery for many years since its discovery. Now, scientists have finally figured out the secret behind the otter-bear’s deadly bite, and just how it managed to survive.

One of the most unusual marine mammals of all time was Kolponomos, the “otter-bear”. Details of this enigmatic animal have remained quite a mystery for many years since its discovery. Now, scientists have finally figured out the secret behind the otter-bear’s deadly bite, and just how it managed to survive.

大迫力の恐竜アート:ユリウス・ソトーニの絵画集

大迫力の恐竜アート:ユリウス・ソトーニの絵画集

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