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Pictures of the day: 5 January 2015

The knotted branches of a 'Spider's Web' tree (or a strangler fig) in a park in Nanning, Guangxi, ChinaPicture: Top Photo Corporation/REX

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dinosaur footprint: I'm going to make these and put them all around the room to help one of my kiddo's with his counting

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Allosaurus was a large bipedal predator. Its skull was large and equipped with dozens of sharp, serrated teeth. It averaged 8.5 m (28 ft) in length, though fragmentary remains suggest it could have reached over 12 m (39 ft). Relative to the large and powerful hindlimbs, its three-fingered forelimbs were small, and the body was balanced by a long and heavily muscled tail. It is classified as an allosaurid, a type of carnosaurian theropod dinosaur

Allosaurus was a large bipedal predator. Its skull was large and equipped with dozens of sharp, serrated teeth. It averaged 8.5 m (28 ft) in length, though fragmentary remains suggest it could have reached over 12 m (39 ft). Relative to the large and powerful hindlimbs, its three-fingered forelimbs were small, and the body was balanced by a long and heavily muscled tail. It is classified as an allosaurid, a type of carnosaurian theropod dinosaur

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Environment

A fox is caught mid-pounce as it prepares to nose-dive into deep snow to catch a mouse. Wildlife photographer Richard Peters captured the adventurous fox while travelling through Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park. He explained: 'We watched it walk across the snow, stopping from time to time to listen for mice activity underneath the snow cover. After a good twenty minutes the fox leapt into the air and dived into the snow twice to catch a meal.'

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Australian man claims to have proof humans lived with dinosaurs

Well I was skeptical as first but the Christmas decorations convinced me. «« True, and the USA flag? Totally Australian

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