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Cretaceous Period

Gigantosaurus, meaning "giant southern lizard", is a genus of giant "shark-toothed" dinosaurs that lived in what is now Argentina during the Late Cretaceous Period, approximately 100 - 97 million years ago. It included some of the biggest known terrestrial carnivores.


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Microraptor was a genus of small, four-winged dinosaur that lived in the early Cretaceous Period, between125 - 120 million years ago, on the territory of today's China. It was one of the most abundant prehistoric animals in its ecosystem, and its numerous fossil specimens have been recovered to be exhibited in more than 300 museum collections across the world.


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Giganotosaurus was the largest carnivore dinosaur 100 million years ago!


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Tyrannosaurus rex ("tyrant lizard", from the Ancient Greek "tyrannos" meaning "tyrant" and "sauros" meaning "lizard" + "rex" meaning "king" in Latin, to reflect its dominant role in the world of dinosaurs) is one of the largest known land predators. It existed in the Upper Cretaceous Period, about 68 - 66 million years ago, in what is today North America.


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Beipiaosaurus is named after the archeological site Beipiao in China, where its fossil remains have been found. It lived in the Cretaceous Period, some 125 million years ago.


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The T-Rex is a meticulously modeled representation of this ferocious meat eater. This t-rex is very detailed, looks realistic.


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Albertosaurus was a relative of Tyrannosaurus rex; Albertosaurus was smaller than T. rex and lived a few million years earlier. Albertosaurus was dinosaur that walked on two legs and had a large head with sharp, saw-toothed teeth. I


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Flying reptiles pics and photos - Cearadactylus!

Cearadactylus is one big Flying reptile! Cearadactylus used to live during the early Cretaceous, somewhere from 146 Ma to 100 Ma years ago. Best pics and photos of Flying reptiles!

Sarcosuchus is one of the largest crocodile-like reptiles ever. It grew up to 12 m in length - twice as long as the modern saltwater crocodile - and weighed up to 8 tons. Its entire body was covered with armored plates. The prehistoric 'super-croc' had a 1.8 m long head, with huge conical teeth that could easily crush bone with a little help of its fearsome jaws. It also had four short legs and a long, powerful tail, perfectly designed to swim through water at fast speeds.


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