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Centrosaurus Facts

Centrosaurus Facts

This picture shows the skull of a dinosaur called Centrosaurus. Centrosaurus was a bulky dinosaur from the late Cretaceous Period (around 76 million years ago). Photo taken in Victoria Museum, Melbourne, Australia.

Postcard of Gorgosaurus (later determined to be a Daspletosaurus) at Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History.

goddessoftheblackcoast: My favorite, the anatomically incorrect T-Rex

Stygimoloch spinifer: An upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) pachycephalosaurid ornithischian from western North America.  http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/4523906?sid=21105997248403&uid=70&uid=2&uid=2129&uid=4&uid=3739936&uid=3739256

STY - gee - MOH - lok Ornithopoda/Pachycephalosauridae Field Notes Name Means:

Stegosaurus 150 million years ago, Natural History Museum Dinosaur fossils collected from Como Bluff forever changed America’s museums   Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history-archaeology/101-Objects-that-Made-America-228072031.html#ixzz2iZp7QOZ8  Follow us: @Smithsonian Magazine on Twitter

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Stegosaurus 150 million years ago, Natural History Museum Dinosaur fossils collected from Como Bluff forever changed America’s museums

Eotyrannus

It was a genus of tyrannosauroid theropod dinosaur hailing from the Early Cretaceous Wessex Formation beds located in the southwest coast of the Isle of Wight, United Kingdom.

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Scientists unearth a big-nosed, long-horned dinosaur -- Nasutoceratops titusi -- in southern Utah

The skull of this mosasaur is almost 6 feet long. You can also see the lower side of a typical "Tylosaur" snout, where the premaxillary that extends significantly beyond the first tooth row. It has been suggested that Tylosaurs may have used this bony snout as a ram. Displayed right inside of the door of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, Lawrence. The jaws are filled with large (3-4 inch) conical teeth.

The two rows of pterygoid teeth on the hard palate are visible at the back of the mosasaur's mouth. These were another adaptation that allowed the mosasaur to catch and swallow struggling, slippery prey in the middle of the ocean. not an easy feat

Velociraptor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A team of researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have created a new sprinting robot inspired by a velociraptor.

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