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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of South Carolina
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of South Carolina, including the Woolly Mammoth, the Saber-Toothed Tiger, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Rhode Island
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Rhode Island, including amphibians, insects, trilobites, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Pennsylvania
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Pennsylvania, including Fedexia, Rutiodon, Hynerpeton, and more.

Dinosaur Footprints
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Rutiodon
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Phacops
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Hynerpeton
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Fedexia
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Oregon
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Oregon, including Aetiocetus, Thalattosuchia, Arctotherium, and more.

Diplocaulus
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Varanops
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Cotylorhynchus
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Sauroposeidon
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Saurophaganax
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Oklahoma
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Oklahoma, including Saurophaganax, Sauroposeidon, Acrocanthosaurus, and more.

Cacops
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Dimetrodon
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Acrocanthosaurus
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Various Megafauna Mammals
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Isotelus
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Prehistoric Amphibians
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Cladoselache
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Dunkleosteus
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Ohio
A list of the most important dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Ohio, including Cladoselache, Dunkleosteus, Phlegethontia, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of North Dakota
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of North Dakota, including Triceratops, Plioplatecarpus, Champsosaurus, and more.

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Postosuchus
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Pteridinium
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Zatomus
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Eocetus
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Hypsibema
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Carnufex
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of North Carolina
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of North Carolina, including Eocetus, Postosuchus, Carnufex, and more.

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Various Megafauna Mammals
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The American Mastodon
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Grallator
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Eurypterus
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New York
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of New York, including Eurypterus, Grallator, the American Mastodon, and more.

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Coryphodon
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Various Pachycephalosaurs
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Various Sauropods
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Various Ceratopsians
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Various Theropods
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Parasaurolophus
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Nothronychus
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Coelophysis
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Gastornis
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New Mexico
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of New Mexico, including Coelophysis, Nothronychus, Parasaurolophus, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New Jersey
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of New Jersey, including Hadrosaurus, Dryptosaurus, Icarosaurus, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New Hampshire
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of New Hampshire, including brachiopods, corals, crinoids, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Nevada
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Nevada, including Shonisaurus, Aleosteus, the Columbian Mammoth, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Nebraska
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Nebraska, including Leptocyon, Menoceras, the Woolly Mammoth, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Montana
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Montana, including Deinonychus, Triceratops, Tenontosaurus, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Missouri
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Missouri, including Hypsibema, Falcatus, the American Mastodon, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Mississippi
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Mississippi, including Basilosaurus, Zygorhiza, Platecarpus, and more.

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Small Marine Organisms
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Various Megafauna Mammals
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Minnesota
A list of the most important dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Minnesota, including the Woolly Mammoth, the American Mastodon, and more.

Duck-Billed Dinosaurs
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Small Marine Organisms
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Various Prehistoric Whales
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The American Mastodon
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The Woolly Mammoth
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Michigan
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Michigan, including the Woolly Mammoth, the American Mastodon, and more.

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Paradoxides
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The American Mastodon
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Dinosaur Footprints
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Stegomosuchus
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Anchisaurus
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Podokesaurus
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Massachusetts
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Massachusetts, including Anchisaurus, Podokesaurus, Stegomosuchus, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Maryland
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Maryland, including Astrodon, Cetotherium, Propanoplosaurus, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Maine
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Maine, including brachiopods, gastropods, trilobites, and more.

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Hipparion
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Various Megafauna Mammals
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Basilosaurus
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The American Mastodon
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Louisiana
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Louisiana, including Basilosaurus, the American Mastodon, and more.

The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Kentucky
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Kentucky, including the American Mastodon, the Giant Short-Faced Bear, and more.

Prehistoric Fleas
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Various Megafauna Mammals
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The American Mastodon
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Brachiopods
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Megafauna Mammals
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Prehistoric Fish
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Prehistoric Birds
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Prehistoric Sharks
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Niobrarasaurus
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Claosaurus
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Mosasaurs and Plesiosaurs
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Pterosaurs
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Kansas
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Kansas, including Pteranodon, Niobrarasaurus, Hesperornis, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Iowa
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Iowa, including Whatcheeria, the Woolly Mammoth, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Indiana
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Indiana, including the Woolly Mammoth, the Giant Short-Faced Bear, and more.

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Lysorophus
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Greererpeton
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Tullimonstrum
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Illinois
A list of the most important dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Illinois, including Tullimonstrum, Amphibamus, Greererpeton, and more.

Mammoths and Mastodons
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Amphibamus
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Idaho
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Idaho, including Tenontosaurus, Oryctodromeus, the Hagerman Horse, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Hawaii
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Hawaii, including the Moa-nalo, the Kona Grosbeak, and more.

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The Giant Chipmunk
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The Giant Ground Sloth
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Megalodon
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Deinosuchus
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Georgiacetus
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Duck-Billed Dinosaurs
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Georgia
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Georgia, including Deinosuchus, Georgiacetus, Megalodon, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Florida
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Florida, including Megatherium, Megantereon, Mesohippus, and more.

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Eupatagus
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Prehistoric Horses
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Prehistoric Sharks
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Saber-Toothed Cats
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Mammoths and Mastodons
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Delaware
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Delaware, including Deinosuchus, Belemnitella, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Connecticut
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Connecticut, including Anchisaurus, Hypsognathus, Aetosaurus, and more.

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Various Megafauna Mammals
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Cetotherium
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Plotosaurus
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Aletopelta
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Californosaurus
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The Dire Wolf
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The Saber-Tooth Tiger
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of California
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of California, including the Dire Wolf, the Saber-Toothed Tiger, Californosaurus, and more.

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Fruitafossor
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Hyaenodon
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Various Ornithopods
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Various Sauropods
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Tyrannosaurus Rex
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Ornithomimus
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Allosaurus
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Various Megafauna Mammals
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Colorado
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Colorado, including Stegosaurus, Allosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and more.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Arkansas
A list of the most important dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Arkansas, including Arkansaurus, Megalonyx, Ozarcus, and more.

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Segisaurus
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Various Megafauna Mammals
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Chindesaurus
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Sarahsaurus
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Sonorasaurus
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Dilophosaurus
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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Arizona
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Arizona, including Dilophosaurus, Sarahsaurus, Sonorasaurus, and others.

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The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Alaska
A list of the most notable dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Alaska, including Albertosaurus, Alaskacephale, Ugrunaaluk, and others.

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Agerostrea
Agerostrea, a prehistoric invertebrate discovered in Alabama.

Squalicorax
Squalicorax, a prehistoric shark discovered in Alabama.

Basilosaurus
Basilosaurus, a prehistoric whale discovered in Alabama.

Appalachiosaurus
Appalachiosaurus, a dinosaur discovered in Alabama.

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Lophorhothon
Lophorhothon, a dinosaur discovered in Alabama.

The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Alabama
A list of the most important dinosaurs and prehistoric animals discovered in the state of Alabama, including Appalachiosaurus, Basilosaurus, Lophorhothon, and more.

Dinosaur Discovery
Establishing what dinosaurs looked like--and how and when they lived--requires the concerted efforts of paleontologists, archaeologists, biologists and various other scientists and adventurers. Here's a look at how dinosaurs are named, how dinosaur fossils are located, and how a few major scientists shaped the modern perception of dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs Around the World
Lists of dinosaurs that lived in specific continents, and specific countries, during the Mesozoic Era.

The Discovery of Individual Dinosaurs
The stories of how specific dinosaurs--ranging from Allosaurus to T. Rex--were discovered and named, and the famous paleontologists and fossil specimens involved.

Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals by State
Which dinosaurs lived in your state? Here's list of all the dinosaurs and prehistoric animals that lived in every state of the U.S.

Prehistoric Life During the Cenozoic Era
The Cenozoic Era began right after the dinosaurs went extinct, 65 million years ago. Here's an overview of prehistoric life on earth during the Cenozoic Era.

100 Recently Extinct Animals
A list of 100 animals that have recently become extinct, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects and invertebrates.

Types of Dinosaurs - Carnivorous and Herbivorous Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Reptiles
Want to know the difference between Therizinosaurus and Velociraptor? Here are descriptions of the major genera of dinosaurs (as well as flying and swimming reptiles) that lived tens of millions of years ago, including their habitats, their favorite foods, and what set them apart from others of their kind.

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The 20 Smallest Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals
Some dinosaurs and prehistoric animals were very, very small rather than very, very big. Here's a list of the 20 smallest prehistoric creatures.

Smallest Ornithopod Dinosaur - Gasparinisaura
Gasparinisaura, the smallest identified ornithopod dinosaur.

Smallest Prehistoric Shark - Falcatus
Falcatus, the smallest identified prehistoric shark.

Smallest Prehistoric Dog - Leptocyon
Leptocyon, the smallest identified prehistoric dog.

Smallest Raptor - Microraptor
Microraptor, the smallest identified raptor dinosaur.

Smallest Living Dinosaur - The Hummingbird
The Hummingbird, the smallest identified living dinosaur.

Smallest Titanosaur Dinosaur - Magyarosaurus
Magyarosaurus, the smallest identified titanosaur dinosaur.

Smallest Prehistoric Primate - Archicebus
Archicebus, the smallest identified prehistoric primate.

Smallest Duck-Billed Dinosaur - Tethyshadros
Tethyshadros, the smallest identified duck-billed dinosaur.

Smallest Armored Dinosaur - Minmi (500 Pounds)
Minmi, the smallest identified armored dinosaur.

Smallest Horned, Frilled Dinosaur - Aquilops
Aquilops, the smallest identified horned, frilled dinosaur.

Smallest Sauropod - Europasaurus
Europasaurus, the smallest identified sauropod dinosaur.

Smallest Tyrannosaur - Dilong
Dilong, the smallest identified tyrannosaur dinosaur.

Smallest Prehistoric Marsupial - The Pig-Footed Bandicoot
The Pig-Footed Bandicoot, the smallest identified prehistoric marsupial.

Smallest Prehistoric Elephant - The Dwarf Elephant
The Dwarf Elephant, the smallest identified prehistoric elephant.

Smallest Prehistoric Mammal - Hadrocodium
Hadrocodium, the smallest identified prehistoric mammal.

Smallest Prehistoric Bird - Iberomesornis
Iberomesornis, the smallest identified prehistoric bird.

Smallest Prehistoric Crocodile - Bernissartia
Bernissartia, the smallest identified prehistoric crocodile.

Smallest Pterosaur - Nemicolopterus
Nemicolopterus, the smallest identified pterosaur.

Smallest Prehistoric Amphibian - Triadobatrachus
Triadobatrachus, the smallest identified prehistoric amphibian.

Smallest Marine Reptile - Cartorhynchus
Cartorhynchus, the smallest identified marine reptile.

The 10 Smartest Dinosaurs
Not all dinosaurs were equally dumb. Here's a list of the 10 smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era, ranging from Allosaurus to Troodon.

Smart Dinosaur #9 - Tarchia
Tarchia, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #10 - Barney
Barney, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #1 - Troodon
Troodon, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #2 - Deinonychus
Deinonychus, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #3 - Compsognathus
Compsognathus, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #4 - Tyrannosaurus Rex
Tyrannosaurus Rex, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #5 - Oviraptor
Oviraptor, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #6 - Maiasaura
Maiasaura, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #7 - Allosaurus
Allosaurus, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

Smart Dinosaur #8 - Ornithomimus
Ornithomimus, one of the smartest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era.

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Biggest Pelycosaur - Cotylorhynchus (2 Tons)
Cotylorhynchus, the biggest pelycosaur.

Biggest Therapsid - Moschops (2,000 Pounds)
Moschops, the biggest therapsid.

Biggest Archosaur - Smok (2,000 Pounds)
Smok, the biggest archosaur. Dinosaurs.

Biggest Mosasaur - Mosasaurus (15 Tons)
Mosasaurus, the biggest mosasaur.

Biggest Plesiosaur - Elasmosaurus (3 Tons)
Elasmosaurus, the biggest plesiosaur.

Biggest Pliosaur - Kronosaurus (10 Tons)
Kronosaurus, the biggest pliosaur.

Biggest Ichthyosaur - Shastasaurus (75 Tons)
Shastasaurus, the biggest ichthyosaur.

Biggest Turtle - Archelon (2 Tons)
Archelon, the biggest prehistoric turtle.

Biggest Snake - Titanoboa (2,000 Pounds)
Titanoboa, the biggest prehistoric snake.

Biggest Crocodile - Sarcosuchus (15 Tons)
Sarcosuchus, the biggest prehistoric crocodile.

Biggest Pterosaur - Quetzalcoatlus (35-Foot Wingspan)
Quetzalcoatlus, the biggest pterosaur.

Biggest Prosauropod - Riojasaurus (10 Tons)
Riojasaurus, the biggest prosauropod dinosaur.

Biggest "Bird Mimic" Dinosaur - Deinocheirus (6 Tons)
Deinocheirus, the biggest

Biggest "Dino-Bird" - Gigantoraptor (2 Tons)
Gigantoraptor, the biggest dino-bird.

Biggest Duck-Billed Dinosaur - Magnapaulia (25 Tons)
Magnapaulia, the biggest duck-billed dinosaur.

Biggest Horned, Frilled Dinosaur - Titanoceratops (5 Tons)
Titanoceratops, the biggest horned, frilled dinosaur.

Biggest Tyrannosaur - T. Rex (8 Tons)
Tyrannosaurus Rex, the biggest tyrannosaur dinosaur.

Biggest Raptor - Utahraptor (1,500 Pounds)
Utahraptor, the biggest raptor dinosaur.

Biggest Carnivorous Dinosaur - Spinosaurus (10 Tons)
Spinosaurus, the biggest carnivorous dinosaur.

The 20 Biggest Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Reptiles
How heavy was Argentinosaurus? What was the wingspan of Quetzalcoatlus? Read our list of the 20 biggest dinosaurs (and pterosaurs, pliosaurs and therapsids) to find out!

Biggest Herbivorous Dinosaur - Argentinosaurus (100 Tons)
Argentinosaurus, the biggest herbivorous dinosaur.

The World's Funniest Dinosaur Jokes
Why did the T. Rex cross the road? How can you tell when there's a Stegosaurus in your refrigerator? Read this collection of dinosaur jokes and riddles to find out!

Dinosaur Controversies
Controversies about dinosaurs and dinosaur evolution. Was T-Rex a hunter or a scavenger? Were the dinosaurs warm-blooded or cold-blooded? What do dinosaur experts think of creationists, and vice versa?

How Loud Could Dinosaurs Roar?
Were dinosaurs capable of roaring, or making any sounds at all? Here's what we know about dinosaur vocalization during the Mesozoic Era.

Biggest Marsupial - Diprotodon
Diprotodon, the biggest prehistoric marsupial.

The 20 Biggest Prehistoric Mammals
The dogs, cats, pigs and even hedgehogs of the Cenozoic Era vastly outweighed their modern descendants. Here's a slideshow of the 20 biggest prehistoric mammals, classified by type.

Biggest Bear - Arctotherium
Arctotherium, the biggest prehistoric bear.

Biggest Cat - The Ngandong Tiger
The Ngandong Tiger, the biggest prehistoric cat.

Biggest Dog - The Dire Wolf
The Dire Wolf, the biggest prehistoric dog.

Biggest Armadillo - Glyptodon
Glyptodon, the biggest prehistoric armadillo.

Biggest Sloth - Megatherium
Megatherium, the biggest prehistoric sloth.

Biggest Rabbit - Nuralagus
Nuralagus, the biggest prehistoric rabbit.

Biggest Camel - Titanotylopus
Titanotylopus, the biggest prehistoric camel.

Biggest Lemur - Archaeoindris
Archaeoindris, the biggest prehistoric lemur.

Biggest Ape - Gigantopithecus
Gigantopithecus, the biggest ape of prehistoric times.

Biggest Hedgehog - Deinogalerix
Deinogalerix, the biggest prehistoric hedgehog.

Biggest Terrestrial Herbivore - Indricotherium
Indricotherium, the biggest terrestrial herbivore of prehistoric times.

Biggest Beaver - Castoroides
Castoroides, the biggest prehistoric beaver.

Biggest Pig - Daeodon
Daeodon, the biggest prehistoric pig.

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Biggest Terrestrial Carnivore - Andrewsarchus
Andrewsarchus, the biggest terrestrial carnivore of prehistoric times.

Biggest Whale - Basilosaurus
Basilosaurus, the biggest prehistoric whale.

Biggest Elephant - The Steppe Mammoth
The Steppe Mammoth, the biggest prehistoric elephant.

Biggest Marine Mammal- Steller's Sea Cow
Steller's Sea Cow, the biggest marine mammal of prehistoric times.

Biggest Rhinoceros - Elasmotherium
Elasmotherium, the biggest prehistoric rhinoceros.

Biggest Rodent - Josephoartigasia
Josephoartigasia, the biggest prehistoric rodent.

10 Facts About the Elephant Bird
The largest bird that ever lived, the Elephant Bird was the terror of Pleistocene Madagascar. Here's a slideshow of 10 fascinating Elephant Bird facts.

The Elephant Bird Probably Subsisted on Fruits
The Elephant Bird probably subsisted on fruits.

The Elephant Bird Was Slightly Shorter than the Thunder Bird
The Elephant Bird was slightly shorter than the Thunder Bird.

The Elephant Bird Was Referenced by Marco Polo
The Elephant Bird was referenced by Marco Polo.

Aepyornis Wasn't the Only "Elephant Bird"
Aepyornis wasn't the only

The Elephant Bird's Closest Living Relative is the Kiwi
The Elephant Bird's closest living relative is the Kiwi.

An Elephant Bird Egg Recently Sold for $100,000
An Elephant Bird egg recently sold for $100,000.

The Elephant Bird Lived on the Island of Madagascar
The Elephant Bird lived on the island of Madagascar.

The Elephant Bird Wasn't Really the Size of an Elephant
The Elephant Bird wasn't really the size of an elephant.

The Elephant Bird Was Doomed to Extinction by Human Settlers
The Elephant Bird was doomed to extinction by human settlers.

It May Be Possible to "De-Extinct" the Elephant Bird
It may be possible to

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Dinosaurs.

Andrewsarchus Was Once Thought to Be Related to Mesonyx
Andrewsarchus was once thought to be related to Mesonyx.

Today, Paleontologists Believe Andrewsarchus Was an Even-Toed Ungulate
Today, paleontologists believe Andrewsarchus was an even-toed ungulate.

Andrewsarchus May Have Had a Hump on its Back
Andrewsarchus may have had a hump on its back.

No One Knows if Andrewsarchus Was "Robust" or "Gracile"
No one knows if Andrewsarchus was

Andrewsarchus Lived During the Eocene Epoch
Andrewsarchus lived during the Eocene epoch.

Andrewsarchus May Have Weighed As Much as Two Tons
Andrewsarchus may have weighed as much as two tons.

The Fossil of Andrewsarchus Was Discovered by Roy Chapman Andrews
The fossil of Andrewsarchus was discovered by Roy Chapman Andrews.

The Diet of Andrewsarchus is Still a Mystery
The diet of Andrewarchus is still a mystery.

Andrewsarchus Is Known by a Single Skull
Andrewsaruchus is known by a single skull.

The Jaws of Andrewsarchus Were Amazingly Strong
The jaws of Andrewsarchus were amazingly strong.

Andrewsarchus, the World's Largest Predatory Mammal
Andrewsarchus was the world's largest terrestrial predatory mammal, but there's still a lot we don't know about its anatomy and behavior--as you can discern by reading these 10 essential Andrewsarchus facts.

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Dinosaurs.

10 Facts About Elasmosaurus
How much do you know about Elasmosaurus, the long-necked marine reptile? Here's a slideshow of 10 fascinating Elasmosaurus facts.

There Is Only One Accepted Elasmosaurus Species
There is only one accepted Elasmosaurus species.

Elasmosaurus Probably Gave Birth to Live Young
Elasmosaurus probably gave birth to live young.

Elasmosaurus Was Incapable of Raising its Neck Above the Water
Elasmosaurus was incapable of raising its neck above the water.

Like Other Marine Reptiles, Elasmosaurus Had to Breathe Air
Like other marine reptiles, Elasmosaurus had to breathe air.

Elasmosaurus Was One of the Instigators of the "Bone Wars"
Elasmosaurus was one of the instigators of the Bone Wars.

The Neck of Elasmosaurus Contained 71 Vertebrae
The neck of Elasmosaurus contained 71 vertebrae.

Elasmosaurus Was One of the Largest Plesiosaurs That Ever Lived
Elasmosaurus was one of the largest plesiosaurs that ever lived.

The Type Fossil of Elasmosaurus Was Discovered in Kansas
The type fossil of Elasmosaurus was discovered in Kansas.

Some People Believe the Loch Ness Monster Is an Elasmosaurus
Some people believe the Loch Ness Monster is an Elasmosaurus.

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Dinosaurs.

Elasmosaurus Has Given its Name to an Entire Family of Marine Reptiles
Elasmosaurus has given its name to an entire family of marine reptiles.

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Dinosaurs.

10 Facts About Basilosaurus
How much do you know about the giant prehistoric whale Basilosaurus? Here's a list of 10 essential Basilosaurus facts.

The Vertebrae of Basilosaurus Were Filled with Fluid
The vertebrae of Basilosaurus were filled with fluid.

Basilosaurus Had a Long, Eel-Like Body
Basilosaurus had a long, eel-like body.

Basilosaurus Was the Inspiration for the "Hydrarchos" Fossil Hoax
Basilosaurus was the inspiration for the

The Front Flippers of Basilosaurus Retained Their Elbow Hinges
The front flippers of Basilosaurus retained their elbow hinges.

Basilosaurus Is the State Fossil of Mississippi and Alabama
Basilosaurus is the state fossil of Mississippi and Alabama.

Basilosaurus Was Once Known as "Zeuglodon"
Basilosaurus was once known as

The Bones of Basilosaurus Were Once Used as Furniture
The bones of Basilosaurus were once used as furniture.

The Brain of Basilosaurus Was Comparatively Small
The brain of Basilosaurus was comparatively small.

Basilosaurus Wasn't the Largest Whale That Ever Lived
Basilosaurus wasn't the largest whale that ever lived.

Basilosaurus Was Initially Mistaken for a Prehistoric Reptile
Basilosaurus was initially mistaken for a prehistoric reptile.

Giganotosaurus vs. Argentinosaurus - Who Wins?
Argentinosaurus was one of the largest titanosaurs that ever lived. Giganotosaurus was a T. Rex-sized predator that may have hunted in packs. Who wins an encounter between these two epic dinosaurs?

Spinosaurus vs. Sarcosuchus - Who Wins?
Spinosaurus was the largest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived. Sarcosuchus was the largest crocodile that ever lived. Both of these reptiles lived in middle Cretaceous Africa. Who wins in a battle to the death?

The Cave Bear vs. the Cave Lion - Who Wins?
The Cave Bear was one of the most common megafauna mammals of Pleistocene Europe. The Cave Lion was a huge cat that shared the Cave Bear's territory. Which of these animals would come out on top in a pack-on-pack rumble?

Megalodon vs. Leviathan - Who Wins?
Leviathan was a 50-foot-long, 50-ton whale that prowled the coast of Miocene South America. Megalodon was a comparably sized prehistoric shark that occasionally ventured into Leviathan's territory. Who wins this epic encounter?

Allosaurus vs. Stegosaurus - Who Wins?
Allosaurus and Stegosaurus shared the same territory in late Jurassic North America, and they also had a predator-prey relationship. Could a hungry Allosaurus take down a full-grown Stegosaurus in a fair fight?

Were Dragons Inspired by Dinosaurs?
Dragons--or dragon-like monsters--are a common feature of folk tales around the world. Could they actually be references to long-extinct dinosaurs?

Carbonemys vs. Titanoboa - Who Wins?
Carbonemys was a one-ton turtle of Paleocene South America. Titanoboa was a one-ton snake that shared the same territory. Which reptile would emerge victorious in a fair fight?

Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Triceratops - Who Wins?
Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops shared the same North American territory during the late Cretaceous period. Who would win in a battle between a full-grown Triceratops and an adult Tyrannosaurus Rex?

Could All the Dinosaurs Have Fit on Noah's Ark?
Could all the dinosaurs have fit on Noah's Ark, as some creationists claim? Our thumbnail calculations produce a conclusive answer--no!

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Dinosaurs.

Caudal Vertebrae (Tail)
Caudal vertebrae, some of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Sternum and Clavicles (Chest)
The sternum and clavicles, two of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Osteoderms and Scutes (Armor Plates)
Osteoderms and scutes, two of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Dorsal Vertebrae (Spine)
Dorsal vertebrae, some of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Femur, Fibula and Tibia (Legs)
The femur, fibula and tibia, three of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Humerus, Radius and Ulna (Arms)
The humerus, radius and ulna, three of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Metatarsals and Metacarpals (Hands and Feet)
Metatarsals and metacarpals, some of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Ilium, Ischium and Pubis (Pelvis)
The ilium, ischium and pubis, three of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Skull and Teeth (Head)
The skull, one of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

Cervical Vertebrae (Neck)
Cervical vertebrae, some of the dinosaur bones studied by paleontologists.

The 10 Types of Dinosaur Bones Studied by Paleontologists
Skulls, vertebrae, femurs, and other bones can tell paleontologists a lot about how a given dinosaur lived (and died). Here's a slideshow of the 10 most

The 10 Best Prehistoric Nicknames
When you have a difficult-to-pronounce name like Cretoxyrhina or Oreopithecus, it helps to have a catchy nickname as well. Here are the 10 best nicknames ever given to prehistoric animals.

Kaprosuchus, the BoarCroc
Great Prehistoric Nickname #4: Kaprosuchus, the BoarCroc

Eucritta, the Creature from the Black Lagoon
Great Prehistoric Nickname #7: The Creature from the Black Lagoon

Mopsitta, the Danish Blue
Great Prehistoric Nickname #9: The Danish Blue

Amphicyon, the Bear Dog
Great Prehistoric Nickname #10: The Bear Dog

Bullockornis, the Demon Duck of Doom
Great Prehistoric Nickname #1: The Demon Duck of Doom

Enchodus, the Saber-Toothed Herring
Great Prehistoric Nickname #2: The Saber-Toothed Herring

Secodontosaurus, the Fox-Faced Finback
Great Prehistoric Nickname #3: The Fox-Faced Finback

Oreopithecus, the Cookie Monster
Great Prehistoric Nickname #5: The Cookie Monster

Cretoxyrhina, the Ginsu Shark
Great Prehistoric Nickname #6: The Ginsu Shark

"Big Al" the Allosaurus
Great Prehistoric Nickname #8:

Wait, There's More!
When you have a difficult-to-pronounce name like Cretoxyrhina or Oreopithecus, it helps to be given a catchy nickname--

There Is Only One Named Albertosaurus Species
There is only one named Albertosaurus species.

Albertosaurus Preyed on Duck-Billed Dinosaurs
Albertosaurus preyed on duck-billed dinosaurs.

Albertosaurus May Have Lived (and Hunted) in Packs
Albertosaurus may have lived (and hunted) in packs.

Albertosaurus Was Less Than Half the Size of Tyrannosaurus Rex
Albertosaurus was less than half the size of Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Albertosaurus Has Been Studied by Many Famous Paleontologists
Albertosaurus has been studied by many famous paleontologists.

Albertosaurus Juveniles Are Extremely Rare
Albertosaurus juveniles are extremely rare.

10 Facts About Albertosaurus
Albertosaurus may not be as well known as its fellow tyrannosaur, T. Rex, but it's represented by a lot more fossil specimens. Here are 10 fascinating Albertosaurus facts.

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Dinosaurs.

Albertosaurus Grew Most Rapidly During its Teenage Years
Albertosaurus grew most rapidly during its teenage years.

Most Albertosaurus Specimens Have Been Recovered from the Dry Island Bonebed
Most Albertosaurus specimens have been recovered from the Dry Island Bonebed.

Albertosaurus May Have Been the Same Dinosaur as Gorgosaurus
Albertosaurus may have been the same dinosaur as Gorgosaurus.

Albertosaurus Was Discovered in Canada's Alberta Province
Albertosaurus was discovered in Canada's Alberta province.

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Myth #8 - Dinosaurs Were Instantly Incinerated by the K/T Meteor Impact
Myth #8 - Dinosaurs were instantly incinerated by the K/T meteor impact.

Myth #6 - Dinosaurs Were Nature's "D" Students
Myth #6 - Dinosaurs were nature's

Myth #7 - All Dinosaurs Lived at the Same Time and in the Same Place
Myth #7 - All dinosaurs lived at the same time and in the same place.