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Imagenes 3D sin lentes (No toques la pantalla)

Imagenes 3D sin lentes (No toques la pantalla)

This Dinosaur Stereo Optical illusion is done by taken a picture of the same object at two slightly different angles, when you flip back and forth it gives the

Dracorex hogwartsia was its  name, which mean the 'Dragon King of Hogwarts', until it was discovered in theory to be early stages of the pachycephalosaurs so it's name isn't legit anymore

Dracorex

Dracorex a pachycephalosaur dinosaur of North America . An artistic impression, a "dragon-like" REAL dinosaur. Remember the word dinosaur was not invented until 1842 by English paleontologist Richard Owen-- before that these animals were called dragons.

Diamantinasaurus (dinosaurio titanosauriano del Cretácico de Australia, 97mA) (Herschel Hoffmeyer)

Diamantinasaurus is one of only a handful of sauropods so far discovered in Australia, but I hope there are more to come in time! Diamantinasaurus matildae by Herschel Hoffmeyer

Paraceratherium (mamífero perisodáctilo del Oligoceno-Mioceno de Asia, 25mA)

Paraceratherium was a gigantic hornless rhinoceros-like mammal endemic to Eurasia & Asia during the Oligocene epoch. It is regarded as the largest land mammal known - Prehistoric artwork.

antediluvianechoes:  Oviraptor, Sammy Hill  He was eighteen years old. He had raised almost as many broods, watched them grow and become mot...

antediluvianechoes: “ Oviraptor, Sammy Hill He was eighteen years old. He had raised almost as many broods, watched them grow and become mothers and fathers themselves. He was clam-fisher and crab-catcher, nest-builder and egg-keeper. He’d faced.

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Dilophosaurus wetherilli Age: Middle Jurassic Ma) Length: up to 6 metres Weight: up to 200 kilos Taxonomy: Dinosauria > Saurischia > Theropoda Diet: carnivorous Locality: Kayenta Formation - Arizona (USA), possibly Cina.

Good inspiration for my future water color...no, really  #dinosaur #illustration #paleo

Sinclair Oil, the petroleum company with the sauropod as its logo, used to give out sets of dinosaur stamps as a promotional gimmick.

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