Scientists have discovered a new horned dinosaur. The newly identified genus, Koreaceratops hwaseongensis, lived about 103 million years ago during the late Early Cretaceous period. The specimen is the first ceratopsian dinosaur from the Korean peninsula.
tyrannosaurslair: “ dryptosaurus: “ Cretaceous Sea by unknown artist ” For me, this reminds me of the nightmares I used to have about mosasaurs and other marine reptiles when I was a kid, I was scared.
This whale with legs. “Dorudon is a wonderful example of an intermediate stage in the evolution of modern whales from legged terrestrial animals, for this animal possessed a pair of hind flippers,” Csotonyi says.
Much has been written about dinosaurs and the fury of T-Rex in popular culture; but are you aware there were giant creatures dominating Earth's oceans long, long before the dino-era ending 65 million years ago?
From the dove-sized Preondactylus to the fighter-jet-sized Quetzalcoatlus, the 16 pterosaurs on this large commemorative poster have been drawn by renowned scientific artist Raúl Martín, using the latest research fr