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Deynosuchus an ancient crocodile.

The animal world is full of wonderful creatures. These terrifying creatures are the most horrifying of all.

Tsaagan

Beasts of the Mesozoic: Raptor Series Action Figures Kickstarter - 'Tsaagan package art by Jonathan Kuo'

Blank Park Zoo. Des Moines, Iowa

Dinosaurs are apparently now in residence at the Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines.

Fossils of first feathered dinosaurs from North America discovered: Clues on early wing uses -- ScienceDaily

Fossils of first feathered dinosaurs from North America discovered: Clues on early wing uses

Dinosaurs aren’t really extinct (sorry, Jurassic Park)

A comparison showing the size of an ancient Megalodon compared to a modern day Great White shark.

A comparison showing the size of an ancient Megalodon compared to a modern day Great White shark.

Pristachampsus chasing Hyracotherium by John Sibbick

Pristichampsus Attacking Early Horses Pristichampsus is an extinct crocodile relative that could grow up to 10 feet long. The armored reptile lived mostly on land, and fed on land mammals like these early horses.

8 Prehistoric Creatures Ripped Directly from Your Nightmares | Cracked.com

8 Prehistoric Creatures Ripped Directly from Your Nightmares

This predator is called a gorgonopsid, which was essentially a bear-sized saber-toothed dog-lizard with a skull. Gorgonopsids of the genus Inostrancevia were even larger -- about the size of a rhino -- with canines roughly 4 inches long.

Prehistoric Marine Life poster

Prehistoric Marine Life Dinosaur Education Poster from BananaRoad Posters.

Agathaumas

from Wired Science Bizarre Horn-Faced Dinosaur Discovered in Utah Nasutoceratops titusi in the Late Cretaceous forests of the Kaiparowits Formation.

Gallimimus - Wayne Barlowe | Gallimimus was a speedy Cretaceous predator, the largest of its type. They were called chicken mimics because they probably moved like modern flightless birds. Unlike other meat-eaters, Gallimimus had no teeth. In fact, it had a very small head.

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Vintageish Dinosaur Art: An Alphabet of Dinosaurs - Part 1

Koreaceratops

Palaeontologists have discovered the first evidence that dinosaurs suffered the same ailments of old age that we do. The jaw of a giant pliosaur which prowled Jurassic seas 150 million years ago.

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