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liopleurodon - Google Search

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Liopleurodon was the biggest plesiosaur --not a dinosaur, but a short-necked plesiosaur, an extinct, swimming reptile. It lived during the late Jurassic period in Europe and E Europe. It was a carnivore which ate fish, ichthyosaurs, & other plesiosaurs. 39 - 49' - it had a long body w/ a large head, a short neck, powerful jaws/ teeth, & four long, wide, paddle-like flippers. The skull was 10' long

Liopleurodon was the biggest plesiosaur --not a dinosaur, but a short-necked plesiosaur, an extinct, swimming reptile. It lived during the late Jurassic period in Europe and E Europe. It was a carnivore which ate fish, ichthyosaurs, & other plesiosaurs. 39 - 49' - it had a long body w/ a large head, a short neck, powerful jaws/ teeth, & four long, wide, paddle-like flippers. The skull was 10' long

pterosaur by Mark Witton, via Flickr

pterosaur by Mark Witton, via Flickr

Dinosaur

Dinosaur

This fabulously feathered dinosaur.

12 Weird Prehistoric Creatures That Will Make You Glad You're Alive Today

This fabulously feathered dinosaur.

Oviraptor

Oviraptor

HMNS member Ed Truitt's Flickr photo set of our new Hall of Paleontology is AHHH-MAZING!

HMNS member Ed Truitt's Flickr photo set of our new Hall of Paleontology is AHHH-MAZING!

Scipionyx samniticus by former worlds, via Flickr | Click through for a larger image!

Scipionyx samniticus by former worlds, via Flickr | Click through for a larger image!

Terror Bird display at The Museum of Natural History (German: Naturhistorisches Museum). Also known as the NHMW, a large natural history museum located in Vienna, Austria.

I'll fight the 100 duck-sized horses after seeing this monster.

Terror Bird display at The Museum of Natural History (German: Naturhistorisches Museum). Also known as the NHMW, a large natural history museum located in Vienna, Austria.

Sexy Ornithomimus - Ornithomimus, a dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of North America, has recently been proven to have feathers. Not only is this the first case of (non-avian) dinosaur feathers being discovered in North America, it dispels the belief that some sediments would have been too coarse for preservation of feathers. Why the title? Scientists say that the feathers were for attracting mates, and that the juveniles did not have large feathers.

Sexy Ornithomimus - Ornithomimus, a dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of North America, has recently been proven to have feathers. Not only is this the first case of (non-avian) dinosaur feathers being discovered in North America, it dispels the belief that some sediments would have been too coarse for preservation of feathers. Why the title? Scientists say that the feathers were for attracting mates, and that the juveniles did not have large feathers.

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