Dinosaurs Pictures

The Velociraptor a is one of the dinosaurs featured in Jurassic World™ film and is an amazing sight (until it eats you). These dinosaurs are fast dinosaurs from the Cretaceous Period.


The spinosuars was bigger than a T-rex and was not into fighting to get other dinosaurs food. It simple dived in to grab fish. The spinosaurs was an amazing dinosaurs to see.

Allosaurus was the largest of the carnivorous dinosaurs that lived in the late Jurassic period, some 155 - 150 million years ago.

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Best dinosaur pictures Anatosaurus!

This dinosaur was erstwhile dubbed Anatosaurus ("duck-lizard", because of its wide, duck-like beak; Latin "anas"=duck + Greek "sauros"=lizard), but the scientific classification has in the meantime changed its name to Edmontosaurus.

It existed in the late Cretaceous period, some 67-66 million years ago. This prehistoric herbivorous animal was up to 12 m long, 4 m high, and weighed 4 tons. Its fossilized remains have been found in North America.


Pictures of dinosaurs- Ouranosaurus!

Ouranosaurus is dinosaur that used the live 110 million years ago! Ouranosaurus was dinosaur herbivore with long neck.

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Therizinosaurus ("scythe lizard", from Ancient Greek "therizo", meaning "to reap" or "cut off", and "sauros", meaning "lizard") lived in the Late Cretaceous Period, about 70 million years ago. It was one of the last and largest representatives of its unique group, the Therizinosauria.

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Dinosaur images - Rajasaurus!

Rajasaurus (Ancient Greek for "king of lizards") is genus of carnivorous dinosaurs that lived in the Cretaceous Period, between 70 and 65 million years ago. It was 9 m long, 2.5 m high, and weighed about 3 tons. Its fossil remains have been discovered in India.

Rajasaurus had a relatively short skull, not more than 60 cm in length, bearing a distinctive low rounded horn, made up of outgrowths from the nasal and frontal bones. Its jaws were full of sharp teeth with serrated edges for cutting flesh. It had a short neck, thick, squatty body, and an extraordinarily long tail. It moved on its massive, three-clawed hind legs, whereas his forelimbs were stunted, far less in size, but also with three claws each.

Rajasaurus belongs to the group of theropod predators, and is quite similar in shape to Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Rajasaurus is king of lizards! This dinosaur used to lived about 70 and 65 million years ago in what is today India.

Best dinosaur images and photos - Rajasaurus!

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