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Newly discovered titanosaur was one of the largest land animals ever

Alamosaurus (meaning “Ojo Alamo lizard”) is a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaurs, containing a single known species, Alamosaurus sanjuanensis, from the late Cretaceous Period of what is now southern North America.

A pack of Yutyrannus huali. Art by Brian Choo. via Laelaps

The evolution of feathers. Yutyran-nus huali is not only the largest feathered dinosaur discovered to date, it is also the largest feathered animal known to have lived (DR Brian Choo) Click thru for article

Douglas Henderson paleoart

A painting made by Doug Henderson, depicting a diplodocus and some allosaurs.

seismosaurus.

Seismosaurus

Another famous Mark Hallett with Sauropods. Too bad it has the feathered theropods in the foreground. The sauropods look a little sickly.

Julius Csotonyi | One of my new paleoart pieces -- this one featuring Tyrannosaurus rex -- that was recently unveiled as one of a set of panels at the beautiful University of Oxford Museum of Natural History, to accompany their dinosaur skeletal material on display. I completed the set of paintings digitally using a stylus and tablet, a lot like I would use traditional acrylic paint, rather than employing photographic compositing. …

One of my new paleoart pieces -- this one featuring Tyrannosaurus rex -- that was recently unveiled as one of a set of panels at the beautiful University of Oxford Museum of Natural History, to.

The biggest dinosaurs ever discovered, Quo Magazine November 2014. Detail of the dinosaurs. Art by Román García Mora.

Described by Bonaparte & Coria, Artwork by Roman Garcia Mora; Note: The biggest dinosaurs ever discovered, Quo Magazine November Detail of the dinosaurs.

Elasmosaurus (?), Late Cretaceous, 80.5Ma, Sauropterygia (plesiosauria), Discovered by Cope, 1868

Elasmosaurus waddled onto deserted islands to bear live young. no-one remembers how long the plesio-pups stayed on shore before diving into the ocean to hunt with mom.

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Vintage Dinosaur Art: Life before Man - Part 1

Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs: Vintage Dinosaur Art: Life before Man - Part 1 Giant sauropods walking underwater head above water's surface photograph picture

The Solnhofen Limestone Formation by Fabrizio De Rossi

The iconic 'first bird' lived close to some of the most famous Jurassic flying reptiles ever on inhospitable desert islands stuck in salty lagoons.

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