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Prehistoric Marine Life poster depicting 27 different ancient creatures

Each poster features a unique design or picture A wide variety of themes to choose from Scientific posters, animal posters, and even technological posters Extre

Anomalocaridids (model pictured) grew a third longer and survived 30 million years longer than thought.  Christine Dell'Amore    National Geographic News    Published May 27, 2011    Fossils of a meter-long (3.3-foot) prehistoric ocean predator have been found in southeastern Morocco.       The specimens include the largest yet of its kind and suggests the spiny, somewhat shrimplike beasts dominated pre-dinosaur seas for millions of years longer than thought.

Cambrian Creatures Gallery: Photos of Primitive Sea Life The Cambrian also saw the rise of larger creatures, such as this ancient shrimplike creatures called anomalocaridids had long, which had spiny head limbs for catching prey

Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates known to have been able to fly. Description from feenixx.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Dinosaur ( kinda the biggest ( bird LIKE creature / or bat like flying creature…

Great prehistoric sea monster facts poster from 123posters.com

Prehistoric Sea Monsters: This fascinating new poster provides 22 striking and scientifically accurate illustrations of the most well known.

Worldwide Spinosaurs by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt

Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, Early to Late Cretaceous – Ma), Theropoda (Family: Spinosauridae) Described by Stromer, 1915 ::: Artwork by PaleoGuy on DeviantArt

Amazingly Vivid Dino Illustrations Reveal a Brutal Prehistoric World | This piece -- commissioned to be sold as prints for fund-raising for the building of Canada’s newest paleontological museum, the Phillip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum -- depicts the extremely long-necked plesiosaur, Albertonectes, hunting fish in the Bearpaw Sea. Julius Csotonyi | WIRED.com

Amazingly Vivid Dino Illustrations Reveal a Brutal Prehistoric World

Albertonectes in the Bearpaw Sea Around 74 million years ago, Albertonectes was the ultimate "stretch-limo" of a group of prehistoric reptiles called plesiosaurs. It hunted fish with a neck possessing over ten times as many vertebrae as ours!

Prehistoric taxonomy | Paracyclotosaurus davidi (“near wheeled lizard”)...

Paracyclotosaurus davidi (“near wheeled lizard”) Chordata/Amphibia/Temnospondyli/Capitosauridae

Sivatherium ('Shiva's beast)' is an extinct genus of giraffid that ranged throughout Africa to the Indian Subcontinent. It may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in the Sahara desert. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sivatherium

Sivatherium is an extinct genus of giraffid that ranged thru Africa to Indian subcontinent. It may have become extinct only years ago, as there are ancient rock paintings in the Sahara Desert that greatly resemble it.

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