Late Cretaceous - Ambience (Collision course)
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This hangs above my front door. A reminder that danger lurks outside.
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Save the Dino’s!!!!!!
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Watch A Dinosaur Expert React to Dinosaur Movies
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#dinooftheday is the Bambiraptor! Bambs lived during the Santonian-Campanian eras and was a bird-like theropod. whether Bambiraptor was it’s own species or a bebe saurornitholestes is debated. The skeleton was found in Montana in 1993, and was only 3’ long. Smol dino estimated at 5lb
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‪The #dinosauroftheday is the Amargasaurus from Argentina. Marge is a sauropod (long neck) and herbivore discovered in 1984 almost completely in tact. She weighed about 3 tons and was 30 ish feet long.‬
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I’ve been posting a dino of the day on twitter and fb thought it might be fun here. Let me know if you’d like me to continue. Stats in comments - Cerasinops
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Here's a new YouTube channel covering all things DINOSAUR!
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Bonehenge - new dinosaur rock band from LA
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A brief explanation of the Velociraptor. Yes both the JP/JW one and the real one!
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Sound Effects from the Kosmoceratops is a genus of herbivorous chasmosaurine ceratopsian dinosaur, which lived during the Cretaceous Period, some 80 million years ago, North America.
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Sound Effects from the Protoceratops is a genus of sheep-sized (1.8 m long) herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur, from the Upper Cretaceous Period (Campanian stage) of what is now Mongolia.
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Sound Effects from the Deinonychus is a genus of carnivorous dromaeosaurid coelurosaurian dinosaurs, lived during the early Cretaceous Period, about 115–108 million years ago.
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Last day at Alta yesterday - I didn’t know I was supposed to bring a costume, but a random bumblebee hooked a girl up!
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Dinosaur Kickstarter! Ending Soon!
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Amazing Dinasour theme park in India....
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Sound Effects from the Compsognathus very small predaceous dinosaurs that lived in Europe during the Late Jurassic Period 61 million to 146 million years ago.
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Sound Effects from the Utahraptor is a dromaeosaurid from the Barremian Stage of the Early Cretaceous, living in what is now North America during 120-130 million years ago.
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Sound Effects from the Mamenchisaurus is a sauropod dinosaur in time from 160 to 145 million years ago, from the Oxfordian to Tithonian ages of the late Jurassic Period of China.
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Sound Effects from the Oviraptor is lived in the Late Cretaceous Period 75 million years ago, first discovered by technician George Olsen in an expedition led by Roy Chapman Andrews, and first described by Henry Fairfield Osborn, in 1924.
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Sound Effects from the Olorotitan was a genus of lambeosaurine duckbilled dinosaur from the middle or latest Maastrichtian-age Late Cretaceous, whose remains were found in the Tsagayan Formation beds of Kundur, Amur Region, Far Eastern Russia.
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Its a catosaurous
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Sound Effects from the Ceratosaurus was a large predatory from the Late Jurassic Period Kimmeridgian to Tithonian, found in the Morrison Formation of North America, and the Lourinhã Formation of Portugal and possibly the Tendaguru Formation in Tanzania.
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Saurian - New Dinosaurs Sneak Peek, Quetzal & More
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Sound Effects from the Ornithomimus, ostrichlike feathered dinosaurs found as fossils in Mongolian, European, and North American deposits dating from 125 million to 66 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period.
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T-rex does have more fun!!
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Mokele Mbeme - Dinosaurs in the Congo?
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Sound Effects from the Yangchuanosaurus was found in Yang-ch'uan, China during the Bathonian and Callovian stages of the late Jurassic period to the early Cretaceous period, about 163-145 million years ago.
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Sound Effects from the Quetzalcoatlus is a pterosaur which lived approximately 70 million to 65 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous Period. It was first discovered during the 1970s and was named by Douglas A. Lawson in 1975.
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