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ArtStation - Buitreraptor fishing, Francesco Delrio

ArtStation - Buitreraptor fishing, Francesco Delrio

Velociraptors, Ramon Acedo on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/velociraptors-73c669c2-2a3b-4547-a44a-6f9bd65eae3c

Velociraptors, Ramon Acedo on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/velociraptors-73c669c2-2a3b-4547-a44a-6f9bd65eae3c

Is Balaur Prancing? :  Balaur bondoc ("Stocky Dragon"), a relative of Velociraptor and feathered dinosaurs was recently discovered in Romania.

New Predatory Dinosaur Discovered in Romania

Is Balaur Prancing? : Balaur bondoc ("Stocky Dragon"), a relative of Velociraptor and feathered dinosaurs was recently discovered in Romania.

This whale with legs. | 12 Weird Prehistoric Creatures That Will Make You Glad You're Alive Today

This whale with legs.

This whale with legs. | 12 Weird Prehistoric Creatures That Will Make You Glad You're Alive Today

A pigeon-sized, four-winged dinosaur known as Microraptor had black iridescent feathers when it roamed the Earth 130 million years ago, according to new research led by a team of American and Chinese scientists that includes Museum researchers. The dinosaur’s fossilized plumage is the earliest record of iridescent feather color.

A pigeon-sized, four-winged dinosaur known as Microraptor had black iridescent feathers when it roamed the Earth 130 million years ago, according to new research led by a team of American and Chinese scientists that includes Museum researchers. The dinosaur’s fossilized plumage is the earliest record of iridescent feather color.

Evolution  Liked · 15 minutes ago    Fossilization is a rare process and paleontologists are used to having to build an image of an animal from incomplete remains. So when paleontologists unearthed a mass grave of Diprotodon skeletons and other Australian megafauna, they couldn't believe their luck.    "It's a palaeontologist's goldmine where we can really see what these megafauna were doing, how they actually behaved

The 14 foot wombat: First complete skeleton of prehistoric monster found in Australia

Evolution Liked · 15 minutes ago Fossilization is a rare process and paleontologists are used to having to build an image of an animal from incomplete remains. So when paleontologists unearthed a mass grave of Diprotodon skeletons and other Australian megafauna, they couldn't believe their luck. "It's a palaeontologist's goldmine where we can really see what these megafauna were doing, how they actually behaved

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