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Brachiosaurus; Late Jurassic (154-153 Ma); Discovered by Riggs, 1903 | Probably not the correct habitat.

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs

A blog about dinosaur art, science, and pop culture.

Absolutely gorgeous painting of an Atrociraptor by Jonathan Kuo!

Absolutely gorgeous painting of an Atrociraptor by Jonathan Kuo!

Tyrannosaurus; Late Cretaceous (67 - 66 Ma); Theropod; Discovered by Barnum Brown, 1900-1902; Described by Osborn 1905; Artwork by Herschel-Hoffmeyer on DeviantArt

Apex: Tyrannosaurus - Scavenger by Herschel-Hoffmeyer on DeviantArt

Card designed for "Apex Theropod Deck-Building Game" Modeled in zbrush, edits in photoshop. Original background: mahout/shutterstock.com To learn more a... Apex: Tyrannosaurus - Scavenger

Adasaurus mongoliensis (dinosaurio dromeosáurido del Cretácico de Mongolia, 70Ma) (Jonathan Kuo)

Adasaurus mongoliensis (dinosaurio dromeosáurido del Cretácico de Mongolia, 70Ma) (Jonathan Kuo)

Species New to Science: [PaleoMammalogy • 2012] A Bizarre tandem-horned elasmothere rhino from the Late Miocene of northwestern China and origin of the true elasmothere

[PaleoMammalogy • 2012] A Bizarre tandem-horned elasmothere rhino from the Late Miocene of northwestern China and origin of the true elasmothere

Figure 3 A series of six elasmotheres species from the Middle Miocene to the Late Pleistocene. They display an increase in skull size and development from a nasal horn to a frontal horn. These skulls are reconstructed based on AMNH 26531 (Tunggur in Inner Mongolia, Middle Miocene) for Hispanotherium tungurense, HMV 0979 (Houshan in Guanghe, Gansu, Late Miocene) for Iranotherium morgani, HMV 1411 (Guonigou in Dongxiang, Gansu, Late Miocene) for Parelasmotherium linxiaense, HMV 1449 (Guonigou…

Tupandactylus imperator

Tupandactylus imperator by atrox1 on DeviantArt

Photoshop+intous4L, 15 hours Tupandactylus imperator

Illustration by William Stout.

Illustration by William Stout.

Simon Stålenhag - Tyrannosaurus

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Illustration of a Spinosaurus aegypticus by Wm. Stout, from the book The New Dinosaurs. A spinosaurian theropod saurischian carnivore; 40-45 ft. (12-14 m); 4-5 tons, Late Cretaceous; Egypt, northern Africa; floodplains, riverbanks

Illustration of a Spinosaurus aegypticus by Wm. Stout, from the book The New Dinosaurs. A spinosaurian theropod saurischian carnivore; 40-45 ft. (12-14 m); 4-5 tons, Late Cretaceous; Egypt, northern Africa; floodplains, riverbanks

Ambulocetus, the 'walking whale,' lived during the Eocene period.

Ambulocetus, the 'walking whale,' lived during the Eocene period.

Gorgosaurus libratus profile by ~Gorgosaurus

Gorgosaurus User Profile | DeviantArt

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Giant feathered t-rex discovered in China...a newly discovered ancestor of tyrannosaurus was covered head to tail in downy feathers.

Giant Feathered Tyrannosaur Found in China

It's not your dad's tyrannosaur: Yutyrannus huali, a newly discovered ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex, was covered from head to tail in downy feathers.

Tyrannosaurus rex vs Spinosaurus aegpytiacus

Tyrannosaurus rex vs Spinosaurus aegpytiacus