I just flippin' enjoy dinosaurs. Especially the diplos.
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This family of strange, mysterious theropods was notable for their long necks and their large claws. However, unlike most other theropods, they were herbivores (or at least primarily). Some of them may have had feathers. The genus that the family is named after, Therizinosaurus, is actually only known from a few fossils, but its claws were quite large, likely reaching a meter in length
Tanystropheus is a bizarre extinct reptile that is only distantly related to dinosaurs. Fossils of this extraordinary creature are known from Triassic-aged rocks exposed in southern Europe, the Middle East, and China. At that time, these areas were covered by shallow seas bordered by warm, subtropical coastlines. The neck of Tanystropheus contained only 12 bones, but was as long as the rest of the body and tail put together!