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Albertaceratops. Art by David Krentz. Albertaceratops was a genus of centrosaurine horned dinosaur from the middle Campanian-age Upper Cretaceous Oldman Formation of Alberta, Canada.

Art by David Krentz. Albertaceratops was a genus of centrosaurine horned dinosaur from the middle Campanian-age Upper Cretaceous Oldman Formation of Alberta, Canada.

Acrocanthosaurus atokensis; Early Cretaceous - Aptian to Albian - (116–110 Ma); Theropoda; Described by Stovall & Langston, 1950; Artwork by Juan Carlos Alonzo

Early Cretaceous - Aptian to Albian - Ma); Described by Stovall & Langston, Artwork by Juan Carlos Alonzo

Microraptor by Franco Tempesta

Microraptor - a small dinosaur about 20 inches long. The most unusual thing about this creature was its feathered hind limbs. The long and tapered feathers came from its thighbones and shinbones and made it look like it had four wings.

David Krentz Art on FB | Spinosaurus | https://www.facebook.com/davidkrentzart

David Krentz Art on FB | Spinosaurus | https://www.facebook.com/davidkrentzart

Ankylosaurus was a large animal by modern standards. The skull of the largest known individual has been estimated at 64.5 cm (25.4 inches) long and 74.5 cm (29.3 inches) wide, the whole animal was estimated at 6.25 m (20.5 feet) long, 1.5 m (4.9 feet) wide and 1.7 m (5.6 feet) tall at the hip. The body shape was low-slung and quite wide. It was quadrupedal, with the hind limbs longer than the forelimbs.

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Eryops and Xenacanthus by Doug Henderson:    “The scene depicts the large amphibian Eryops lunging from a muddy lake bottom to capture a freshwater shark, Xenacanthus, during the Permian in Texas, some 275 million years ago. A smaller amphibian, a Trimerorhachis, swims in the foreground. ”

Eryops and Xenacanthus by Doug Henderson: “The scene depicts the large amphibian Eryops lunging from a muddy lake bottom to capture a freshwater shark, Xenacanthus, during the Permian in Texas, some.

Argentinosaurus which lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous Epoch between 94 and 97 million years ago.

Argentinosaurus which lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous Epoch between 94 and 97 million years ago.

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Spinosaurus may be the larges Theropod to ever stalk the Prehistoric Americas and believed to be even larger than T-Rex. Recently (late it was determined to be the first and only known aquatic dinosaur.

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