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Los diez dinosaurios más raros descubiertos en los últimos años

Los diez dinosaurios más raros descubiertos en los últimos años

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paleoillustration: Phorusrhacos “Terror bird” by Antarctic Spring. The Phorusrhacids are one of my favorite extinct bird families.

New raptor species discovered.... I don't know whether to run away or hug this little fella

Newly Discovered Raptor Dinosaur Used Claws To Inflict Damage

Palaeobiology and Biodiversity Research Group, Department of Earth ...

Palaeobiology and Biodiversity Research Group, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol

Taxidermied Indigenous New Zealand Moa (now extinct) and native Kiwi bird. -- [REPINNED by All Creatures Gift Shop]

Early, archive photo of life-sized Dinornis moa model alongside a kiwi for scale purposes

Oviraptor philoceratops  Originally found near what was thought to be another dinosaur’s nest, this small, bird-like dinosaur was named Oviraptor, which means “egg thief.” But the nest actually contained Oviraptor eggs, turning Oviraptor from an egg snatcher into a nurturing parent.

Album: Colorful Dinosaur Art

Oviraptor philoceratops Originally found near what was thought to be another…

Gobivenator mongoliensis. by EloyManzanero

ENGLISH: The new troodontid Gobivenator mongoliensis based on the skull published in (Tsuihiji et al Missing elements based on Byronosaurus .

prehistoric-birds:  Various deinonychosaurs by Peter Schouten (From top to bottom and left to right:  Sinovenator, Byronosaurus, Buitreraptor, Bambiraptor)

prehistoric-birds: Various deinonychosaurs by Peter Schouten (From top to bottom and left to right: Sinovenator, Byronosaurus, Buitreraptor, Bambiraptor)

Lythronax argestes by EloyManzanero.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Lythronax argestes Artwork by EloyManzanero

Yutyrannus huali was a tyrannosauroid from the Early Cretaceous of China, about 124 million years ago. Growing up to 9m long (30ft), it’s currently the largest known dinosaur with direct evidence of feathers. Fossils show an extensive coat of long filamentous protofeathers even on full-sized adults.  Tyrannosauroids were the dominant large predators in the Northern Hemisphere by the end of the Cretaceous, with Tyrannosaurus rex as the most obvious example. Early members ...

Y is for Yutyrannus Yutyrannus huali was a tyrannosauroid from the Early Cretaceous of China, about 124 million years ago. Growing up to long it’s currently the largest known dinosaur with direct evidence of feathers. Fossils show an.