Category: Triceratops

fifties-sixties-everyday-life:

fifties-sixties-everyday-life:

Dinosaurs originally from Sinclair Oil Corporation’s Dinoland exhibit at the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair, seen here as they toured the country after the fair ended.

prettybonesandvultureprose:Accurate paleoart p…

prettybonesandvultureprose:

Accurate paleoart pride icons
If you want me to slap one of these fuckers on a different flag or you have another accurate paleoart in mind hmu
Reblog or credit if you use

palaeofail-explained:

palaeofail-explained:

long-nosed Triceratops statue masterpost

fifties-sixties-everyday-life: Lost World, Sco…

fifties-sixties-everyday-life:

Lost World, Scotts Valley, California, 1968.

fifties-sixties-everyday-life:

fifties-sixties-everyday-life:

1950s

palaeofail-explained: palaeofail: Tricerasnout…

palaeofail-explained:

palaeofail:

Tricerasnout returns…

I think anyone can see that its snout is simply too long. Its hands and feet are also too elephantine – the hind feet were a bit more theropod-like, while the hands were turned outwards. The tail is also too long, and the hind legs aren’t as heavily muscled as they should be. And it should of course have a neck!

dino-sours: There are dozens of these photos o…

dino-sours:

There are dozens of these photos of creepy fancy children posing in AMNH exhibits, taken across several decades.

I’m really curious as to why. Who were these for??

This Week in Dinosaur News: A femur at Dinosau…

This Week in Dinosaur News: A femur at Dinosaur National Monument has bite marks, Calcium isotopes of dinosaur teeth, and more

Spinosaurus tooth and partial spine for scale 😛 Similar to the tooth used to test Calcium and diet by extension. Photo by Ghedoghedo

Here’s what came out in this week’s dinosaur news:

  • A Juvenile diplodocoid femur exposed in the rock-wall at Dinosaur National Monument appears to have bite marks
  • Calcium isotopesin dinosaur teeth appear to show that spinosaurs ate more fish than their…

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I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Sinoceratops (…

I Know Dino Podcast Show Notes: Sinoceratops (Episode 178)

Episode 178 is all about Sinoceratops, a large ceratopsid dinosaur from China that will be in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom—although toys bearing its name are based on Pachyrhinosaurus. Thank you! Thank you to all our patrons! Your support means so much to us and keeps us going! If you’re a dinosaur enthusiast, join our growing community on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino. You can…

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This Week in Dinosaur News: A New dinosaur nam…

This Week in Dinosaur News: A New dinosaur named Anomalipes, a rib which (partially) healed after a predator bite, and more

Possible abscess in Lufengosaurus from a theropod bite. Retrieved from https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-018-23451-x April 18, 2018 Here’s what came out in this week’s dinosaur news: A new dinosaur was found in China named Anomalipes—think Gigantoraptor, but about 2% of the size A Lufengosaurus appears to have developed an abscess, likely after a bite by a Sinosaurus Three sets of dinosaur…

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