Diplocaulus went extinct approximately 250 to 260 million years ago. Diplocaulus lived in the Permian period lived in todays world North America. Their size can reach up to one meter in length. The skin had a slippery structure allowing for better locomotion in the water and on land. The most distinctive feature that distinguishes it from other living things is …

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Allosaurus Dinosaur


Allosaurus means “different lizard.” and was named by Othniel Charles Marsh. Allosaurus was one of the most prevailing carnivorous dinosaurs throughout the Late Jurassic 145 – 155 million years ago. Among the best-known theropods, paleontologists have discovered numerous remains around the globe. Allosaurus dominated Western North America during the Late Jurassic period and was on the top of the hierarchy. …

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Deinonychus was the real star in the Jurassic Park franchise. Deinonychus was the Velociraptor in Jurassic Park although the name didn`t sound scary enough for the producers to change the name to Velociraptor. Deinonychus had a special place in the dinosaur fossils the “dinosaur renaissance” Deinonychus was the first specimen that opened the debate of where dinosaurs were cold-blooded or …

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Paleontology is a sub-science of geology that studies micro, macro, and vertebrate organisms that lived on the earth from the earliest creatures to the present day, starting from the formation of the Earth, and studies their development and relationship with each other. The word Paleos in Greek meaning ancient, onto meaning being, and logos derived from the meaning science finally …

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Triceratops species

What Did Triceratops Eat

Ever wondered what did Triceratops diet consisted of, were they herbivore, carnivore, or even omnivore? Learn more about these gentle giants. What did Triceratops eat? Triceratops were herbivores, plant-eaters. Scientists believe Triceratops was a low vegetation eater, mostly consuming cycad, and Arecaceae, 616 teeth on average indicates they ate large volumes of these plants. Triceratops appearance of the narrow beak …

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What Did The Utahraptor Eat

Ever wondered what Utahraptors were feeding and hunting? Well, in this article we are about to cover this topic once for all. What Did The Utahraptor Eat? Utahraptors were carnivores. Their diet consisted of Iguanodonts and Sauropods regularly. They have additionally eaten lizards and mammals if necessary. Cedar Mountain Formation Utahraptors were discovered in the Cedar Mountain Formation by James Ian …

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Did The Utahraptor Hunt In Packs

There is speculation about did the Utahraptor hunted in packs. There might not be clear evidence but there is a scientist that suggests some kind of social behavior. Did The Utahraptor Hunt In Packs? Inconclusive, there is very little evidence to be certain. It is too difficult to understand the social behaviors of an extinct species. There is a group of …

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Name: Velociraptor Superorder: Theropoda Species: V. mongoliensis and V. osmolskae Height: 0.5m (Adult, Estimated) Length: 2m (Adult, Estimated) Period: Late Cretaceous Territory: Mongolia, and China Weight: 15 kg (Adult, Estimated) Speed: 64 kph (40 mph) From the evocative name that means “fast raptor”, the small, snappy carnivorous dinosaur that lived in the Cretaceous period. About the size of a turkey, the …

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3D Model of Utahraptor ostrommaysi by Jagged Fang Designs on Sketchfab The meaning of the name Utahraptor is “Utah Thief ” or ” Utah predator “, the word “raptor” comes from the Latin “raptoris” which means “thief” and the word “Utah” refers to the North American state. It is the largest member of the Dromaeosaurid family, together with its newly discovered cousin, the Dakotaraptor, which shows the closest physical characteristics to birds. …

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Common Health Problems For Snake’s

An often neglected part in snake care are the various diseases from which the reptiles can be vulnerable even despite good housing conditions. Experience has shown that reptiles that have been adopted from nature get sick faster than in the wild.  Although the risk is lower, offspring can also get sick. For the adopted to be treated, it is important …

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