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Inostrancevia, not a dinosaur, but a gorgonopsid: known individuals have total body lengths reaching 11'-6"/ long narrow skulls up to 24" long. The canine teeth were strongly developed w/those in the upper jaw up to 5.9" long, the root corresponding to half its length. Their bodies were slender, w/rather short legs. N Russia in the late Permian, 260-254 Ma ago. It is known from several skulls & 2 almost complete skeletons

From the 1999 Age of Reptiles Calender. Inostrancevia is a mammal/reptile thing, not a dino and pretty super-cool, as long as you're not at the wrong end of those sabers. Inostrancevia not a

Lycaenos biting. Lycaenops, a genus of carnivorous therapsid, lived during the Permian, about 270.6-251 mya, in what is now South Africa. Lycaenops had a long and slender skull, with a set of dog-like fangs set into both its upper and lower jaws.[2] These pointed canine teeth were ideal for the use of stabbing and/or tearing at the flesh of any large prey that it came upon. Lycaenops most likely hunted small vertebrates such as reptiles and dicynodonts.

Rubidgea atrox and quinquemolaris Chordata/Synapsida/Therapsida/Gorgonopsia/Gorgonopsidae/Rubidgeinae

Pending further discoveries, Spinosaurus was the world's largest carnivorous dinosaur. Full-grown adults outweighed Tyrannosaurus Rex by about a ton and Giganotosaurus by about half a ton. Since so few Spinosaurus fossils are extant, it's possible that other individuals were even larger.

Prey Dinosaur Bundle is a animals, prehistoric animal, wild life for Stand Alone Figures for Daz Studio or Poser created by DAZ Originals and Dinoraul.

Terror bird by *AntarcticSpring @ deviantART http://antarcticspring.deviantart.com/

paleoillustration: Phorusrhacos “Terror bird” by Antarctic Spring. The Phorusrhacids are one of my favorite extinct bird families.

Chasmosaurus | Flickr - Photo Sharing! :Chasmosaurus The first recognized skeleton of Chasmosaurus was named by Lawrence Lambe in 1914. The large skin-covered openings, or chasms, in the frill of this dinosaur would have made the frill too fragile to use in defence. Chasmosaurus is the only chasmosaurine with small, backwardly curving orbital horns. This dinosaur is from the Late Cretaceous, 75 to 74.5 million years ago in the Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta:

Chasmosaurus | Flickr - Photo Sharing! :Chasmosaurus The first recognized skeleton of Chasmosaurus was named by Lawrence Lambe in 1914. The large skin-covered openings, or chasms, in the frill of this dinosaur would have made the frill too fragile to use in defence. Chasmosaurus is the only chasmosaurine with small, backwardly curving orbital horns. This dinosaur is from the Late Cretaceous, 75 to 74.5 million years ago in the Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta:

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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.

Compsognathus by Hugo Costa 900px X 1301px

Compsognathus - Compsognathus which means "pretty jaw" is possibly the smallest dinosaur to exist at 28 inches o/a length Species: C. longipes (type species named by Wagner, 1859 )

Styracosaurus

Styracosaurus (dinosaurio ornitisquio del Cretácico, (Kurt Miller) Most…

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