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Allosaur

Allosaur

Ceratopsian skulls. Image credit: Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Ceratopsian skulls. Image credit: Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

He's one of our favorite people: Our Curator of #Paleontology, Dr. Bob Bakker.

He's one of our favorite people: Our Curator of #Paleontology, Dr. Bob Bakker.

Brachiosaurus skeleton

Brachiosaurus skeleton

Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Site - Robert I. Carr Dinosaur fossil skeletons: Two Jurassic dinosaurs: Allosaurus (standing) was flesh-eating lizard-hipped dinosaur collected east of Cleveland, Utah. Stegosaurus (lying) was vegetarian bird-hipped dinosaur collected at Dinosaur National Monument, Utah, displayed as it might have appeared partially buried in sediments. Exhibit Museum of Natural History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Site - Robert I. Carr Dinosaur fossil skeletons: Two Jurassic dinosaurs: Allosaurus (standing) was flesh-eating lizard-hipped dinosaur collected east of Cleveland, Utah. Stegosaurus (lying) was vegetarian bird-hipped dinosaur collected at Dinosaur National Monument, Utah, displayed as it might have appeared partially buried in sediments. Exhibit Museum of Natural History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Megladon tooth! Biggest one I've seen! Amazing!!!

Megladon tooth! Biggest one I've seen! Amazing!!!

Sivatherium was a close relative of the giraffe but possessed antlers reminiscent of deer.

The African Megafauna

Sivatherium was a close relative of the giraffe but possessed antlers reminiscent of deer.

Plesiosaurus at the Tokyo National Museum, Japan; (I should just start a board of reasons to go to Japan!)

Plesiosaurus at the Tokyo National Museum, Japan; (I should just start a board of reasons to go to Japan!)

Lyuba is a female woolly mammoth calf who died 41,800 years ago at the age of 30 to 35 days. Lyuba is believed to have suffocated by inhaling mud while bogged down in deep mud in the bed of a river her herd was crossing. Lyuba appears to have been healthy at the time of her death. By examining Lyuba's teeth, researchers hope to gain insight into what caused Ice Age mammals, including the mammoths, to become extinct at the end of the Pleistocene era around 10,000 years ago

Lyuba is a female woolly mammoth calf who died 41,800 years ago at the age of 30 to 35 days. Lyuba is believed to have suffocated by inhaling mud while bogged down in deep mud in the bed of a river her herd was crossing. Lyuba appears to have been healthy at the time of her death. By examining Lyuba's teeth, researchers hope to gain insight into what caused Ice Age mammals, including the mammoths, to become extinct at the end of the Pleistocene era around 10,000 years ago

Chasmosaurus with a pack of Dromaeosaurus

Chasmosaurus with a pack of Dromaeosaurus

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