Prehistoric animals dinosaurs

Explore the incredible world of prehistoric animals with a focus on the mighty dinosaurs. Discover fascinating facts, jaw-dropping fossils, and the latest scientific discoveries in this captivating journey through time.
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Since the early 19th century, artists have depicted colorful – if sometimes fictional – animals (especially dinosaurs) and prehistoric environments, mingling science with unbridled fantasy as more and more fossils got uncovered and studied by the archeologists of that time.

Mike McVeigh
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Utahraptor, meaning Utah's predator, was one of the largest dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaurs or raptors to ever exist. It lived in North America during the Early Cretaceous period. Unlike most dromaeosaurids, it was much more heavy-built, comparable to a polar bear in weight, and estimated to have reached up to 7 meters in length. Like most of its kind, it possessed a large sickle claw, perfectly adapted to dispatch its prey. Although feathers have never been found in association with…

Paul Stamler IV
This Edmontosaurus Mummy, Or AMNH 5060, The First Dinosaur Specimen Found To Include A Skeleton Encased Inside Skin Impressions Hand Tendons, Prehistoric Animals Dinosaurs, History Of Earth, Dinosaur Skeleton, Ancient Animals, Dinosaur Funny, Paleo Art, Dinosaur Bones, A Skeleton

While the idea of a museum sounds boring to some, the idea of a bunch of bones and fossils from the dinosaur era is a whole different story. And it’s not just dinosaur bones, mind you—it’s actually fossils of all sorts of species that said “no, thanks” to the natural order of things and decided to preserve themselves for many years in such ways that nowadays, people who look at them are like “that’s awesome!”

Cathy Kardal