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Creative timelines are one of my favorite examples of useful visualizations. Not only do they convey lots of information in a simple way, they also provide
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A good map is worth a thousand words. A bad one, on the other hand, is just one, and usually a pretty ugly one.
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The classification of dinos is based on albums and sub albums. The album or sub album of a dino is especially important in using skills. The Carnivore albums are Theropoda, Pterosaur, and Marine Reptile. The Herbivore albums are Thyreophora, Marginocephalia, Ornithopoda, and Sauropoda . Every dino, including DNA and other variations, has an album. We're hoping to collect them all here. +Big shoutout to PREDATORZ for making this page happen! Note: The some of the ordering is just a wild…
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Dinosaurs of triassic period of mesozoic era on the map: Arizonasaurus, Coelophysis, Ctenosauriscus, Desmatosuchus, Dimetrodon, Eocursor, Henodus, Kannemeyeria, Longisquama, Lotosaurus, Marasuchus, Melanorosaurus, Mixosaurus, Mussaurus, Nothosaurus, Ornithosuchus, Placerias, Placodus, Plateosaurus, Pliosaurus, Postosuchus, Prestosuchus, Proterosuchus, Protoavis, Sellosaurus, Sharovipteryx, Shonisaurus, Smilosuchus, Tanystropheus, Tawa
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Following the Geological Timeline The geologic time scale is a system of chronological measurement that relates stratigraphy to time, and is used by geologists, paleontologists, and other earth scientists to describe the timing and relationships between events that have occurred throughout Earth’s history. Earth was created around 4.6 billion years ago. Since then there have […]
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Spinosaurus was the largest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived, even bigger than Giganotosaurus and Tyrannosaurus.
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Millions of years back, the Earth consisted of one collective ocean, called Panthalassa, and one single land mass or supercontinent known as Pangea.
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Random Fact Sheet #169 - 35 Quirky Fun Facts - Fact Republic
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