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Nomingia - About.com Dinosaurs
The feathered dinosaur Nomingia possessed a peacock-like tail.

Nodosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Nodosaurus was one of the first armored dinosaurs discovered in North America.

Nigersaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The African dinosaur Nigersaurus had an unusually large number of teeth.

Nanuqsaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Nanotyrannus - About.com Dinosaurs
Is the

Nanosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Muttaburrasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Muttaburrasaurus is the most complete dinosaur ever discovered in Australia.

Mononykus - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Mononykus may have dug into termite mounds for its lunch.

Monoclonius - About.com Dinosaurs
Might the horned, frilled dinosaur Monoclonius have been a species of Centrosaurus?

Minmi - About.com Dinosaurs
Minmi was a very early (and very dumb) armored dinosaur from Australia .

Microceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Microceratops was one of the smallest horned, frilled dinosaurs that ever lived.

Megaraptor - About.com Dinosaurs
Despite its name, the dinosaur Megaraptor wasn't really a true raptor.

Medusaceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
The horned, frilled dinosaur Medusaceratops was closely related to Centrosaurus.

Massospondylus - About.com Dinosaurs
The small, lithe dinosaur Massospondylus roamed the plains of Jurassic South Africa.

Mapusaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The huge meat-eating dinosaur Mapusaurus was closely related to Giganotosaurus.

Mantellisaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Mantellisaurus was named after the famous fossil hunter Gideon Mantell.

Mamenchisaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Mamenchisaurus was possibly the longest-necked dinosaur that ever lived.

Majungasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Majungasaurus is fairly--or unfairly--known as the

Liaoceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Liaoceratops was a tiny horned, frilled dinosaur of early Cretaceous Asia.

Lesothosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Lesothosaurus was one of the earliest ornithischian dinosaurs.

Leptoceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Leptoceratops is one of the most primitive horned, frilled dinosaurs yet identified.

Leaellynasaura - About.com Dinosaurs
Leaellynasaura is one of the few dinosaurs to be named after a little girl.

Labocania - About.com Dinosaurs
Labocania may or may not have been a true tyrannosaur dinosaur.

Kulindadromeus - About.com Dinosaurs
Why did the ornithopod dinosaur Kulindadromeus have feathers?

Kosmoceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
The ceratopsian dinosaur Kosmoceratops had a bizarre, downward-folding frill.

Koreaceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Did the horned, frilled dinosaur Koreaceratops like to go swimming?

Kentrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Kentrosaurus was a smaller African cousin of Stegosaurus.

Kaatedocus - About.com Dinosaurs
The Diplodocus relative Kaatedocus had a characteristic grin.

Jeyawati - About.com Dinosaurs
The name of this dinosaur, Jeyawati, is Zuni for

Irritator - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Irritator was named by a very frustrated paleontologist.

Incisivosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The buck-toothed dinosaur Incisivosaurus was the Cretaceous equivalent of a beaver.

Ichthyovenator - About.com Dinosaurs
The sail-backed dinosaur Ichthyovenator was recently discovered in Laos.

Hypsilophodon - About.com Dinosaurs
Hypsilophodon was one of the first identified ornithopod dinosaurs.

Hypacrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
We know a lot about the family life of the duck-billed dinosaur Hypacrosaurus.

Hylaeosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Hylaeosaurus was one of the first animals ever to be called a

Herrerasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Herrerasaurus was an early dinosaur of middle Triassic South America.

Heterodontosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Guanlong - About.com Dinosaurs
Guanlong may have been the first tyrannosaur dinosaur ever to walk the earth.

Hadrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The duck-billed Hadrosaurus is the official state dinosaur of New Jersey.

Giraffatitan - About.com Dinosaurs
Might the

Gasosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Yes, this dinosaur's name is Gasosaurus, and no, it isn't for the reason you think.

Gastonia - About.com Dinosaurs
The armored dinosaur Gastonia was probably on Utahraptor's lunch menu.

Gorgosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Might the tyrannosaur Gorgosaurus have been a species of Albertosaurus?

Gallimimus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Futalognkosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Futalognkosaurus sounds like a hot dog, but it was one of the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived.

Falcarius - About.com Dinosaurs
Falcarius was a bizarre feathered dinosaur of late Cretaceous North America.

Eustreptospondylus - About.com Dinosaurs
Eustreptospondylus was one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs of western Europe.

Europasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Europasaurus is one of the smallest identified sauropod dinosaurs.

Euoplocephalus - About.com Dinosaurs
Even the eyelids of the armored dinosaur Euoplocephalus were shielded from predators.

Epidexipteryx - About.com Dinosaurs
The feathered dinosaur Epidexipteryx predated the more famous Archaeopteryx.

Epidendrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Did the tiny dino-bird Epidendrosaurus spend its life up in the trees?

Supersaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
No, Supersaurus didn't wear a cape--but this giant sauropod was still impressive.

Stegoceras - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Stegoceras was built for high-speed head-butting.

Miohippus - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
The

Edmontosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The large duck-billed dinosaur Edmontosaurus was a contemporary of T. Rex.

Edmontonia - About.com Dinosaurs
The armored dinosaur Edmontonia never actually lived in Edmonton.

Dracorex Hogwartsia - About.com Dinosaurs
Dracorex hogwartsia is the only dinosaur ever to be named after the Harry Potter books.

Dryptosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Dryptosaurus was the first tyrannosaur ever to be discovered in the United States.

Dromaeosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The speedy dinosaur Dromaeosaurus was probably covered with feathers.

Dracovenator - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Dilong - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Diceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Was the two-horned dinosaur Diceratops really a specimen of Triceratops?

Diabloceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Diabloceratops looked like a cross between Triceratops and Centrosaurus.

Daspletosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Dakotaraptor - About.com Dinosaurs
The giant raptor dinosaur Dakotaraptor was recently discovered in South Dakota.

Daemonosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Corythosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Concavenator - About.com Dinosaurs
The large meat-eating dinosaur Concavenator had a bizarre hump on its back.

Coelurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The tiny dinosaur Coelurus was a close relative of Compsognathus.

Claosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Chirostenotes - About.com Dinosaurs
The birdlike dinosaur Chirostenotes has been known by three different names.

Chasmosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The horned, frilled dinosaur Chasmosaurus was equipped with its own awning.

Charonosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The duck-billed dinosaur Charonosaurus was bigger than an elephant.

Cetiosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Guess which creature the

Ceratosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The meat-eating dinosaur Ceratosaurus has proven difficult to classify.

Centrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Like a unicorn, the dinosaur Centrosaurus had only one horn.

Camptosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The ornithopod dinosaur Camptosaurus was a close relative of Iguanodon.

Camarillasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Camarillasaurus was a ceratosaur dinosaur of early Cretaceous Europe.

Camarasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Camarasaurus was the most common sauropod dinosaur of Jurassic North America.

Byronosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The meat-eating dinosaur Byronosaurus was a close relative of Troodon.

Bonapartenykus - About.com Dinosaurs
The feathered dinosaur Bonapartenykus was discovered in close proximity to its eggs.

Bruhathkayosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Was the titanosaur Bruhathkayosaurus bigger than Argentinosaurus?

Brontomerus - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Brontomerus was named after its

Brachytrachelopan - About.com Dinosaurs
The sauropod dinosaur Brachytrachelopan had an unusually short neck.

Brachylophosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The beak of the dinosaur Brachylophosaurus looked like it belonged on a parrrot.

Bonitasaura - About.com Dinosaurs
The titanosaur dinosaur Bonitasaura wasn't quite as beautiful as its name implies.

Bicentenaria - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Bicentenaria was named for the 200th anniversary of Argentina.

Barilium - About.com Dinosaurs
Barilium is yet another iguanodontid ornithopod dinosaur of the British Isles.

Barapasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Barapasaurus may have been the first of the giant sauropod dinosaurs.

Barosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The enormous sauropod dinosaur Barosaurus had a tiny head.

Bambiraptor - About.com Dinosaurs
Yes, the tiny dinosaur Bambiraptor was named after you-know-who.

Balaur - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Austroraptor - About.com Dinosaurs
Austroraptor is one of the largest raptor dinosaurs ever discovered in South America.

Aragosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The titanosaur Aragosaurus was named after the Aragon region of Spain.

Appalachiosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Appalachiosaurus is one of the few dinosaurs ever to be discovered in Alabama.

Anzu - About.com Dinosaurs
The Oviraptor relative Anzu was recently discovered in North America.

Ampelosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Ampelosaurus is one of the best-known of the armored titanosaurs.

Anchisaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The prosauropod Anchisaurus was one of the first dinosaurs ever discovered in the United States.

Anchiornis - About.com Dinosaurs
The four-winged

Anchiceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
The ceratopsian dinosaur Anchiceratops had a distinctively shaped frill.

Anatotitan - About.com Dinosaurs
The name of the dinosaur Anatotitan translates from the Greek as

Amphicoelias - About.com Dinosaurs
Could Amphicoelias have been the biggest dinosaur that ever lived?

Ammosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Ammosaurus may (or may not) have been the same dinosaur as Anchisaurus.

Amargasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Amargasaurus was a bizarrely spined sauropod dinosaur from South America.

Alxasaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The dinosaur Alxasaurus was an early relative of the bizarre Therizinosaurus.

Alvarezsaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Alvarezsaurus was a small, bird-like dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period.

Alioramus - About.com Dinosaurs
Most of what we know about the tyrannosaur Alioramus is based on a single skull.

Alectrosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Very few fossils of the

Acristavus - About.com Dinosaurs
This early hadrosaur Acristavus lacked any ornamentation on its skull.

Alamosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
No, the dinosaur Alamasaurus wasn't named after the Alamo (but it should have been).

Agathaumas - About.com Dinosaurs
Agathaumas was the first identified ceratopsian dinosaur.

Afrovenator - About.com Dinosaurs
Afrovenator is one of the few carnivorous dinosaurs ever to be discovered in north Africa.

Aerosteon - About.com Dinosaurs
The

Acrotholus - About.com Dinosaurs
Acrotholus was North America's earliest bone-headed dinosaur.

Achillobator - About.com Dinosaurs
This fierce raptor Achillobator was discovered in modern-day Mongolia.

Achelousaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Might Achelousaurus have been a growth stage of Pachyrhinosaurus?

Abydosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
The intact skull of Abydosaurus was discovered in 2010.

Abelisaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Abelisaurus was reconstructed from a single skull.

What Fossilized Poop Tells Us About Dinosaurs
Fossilized dinosaur dung, preserved in the form of coprolites, can be a useful tool for paleontologists. Here's the poop about dinosaur poop.

The Five Best (and Five Worst) Dinosaur Movies
Some dinosaur movies are great--and some dinosaur movies are so repellent that they're equally memorable in their own way. In this slideshow, you can explore the five greatest dinosaur flicks of all time, paired with five not-so-great counterparts from years past.

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Jeb Bush
What kind of prehistoric animal would Jeb Bush be?

Carly Fiorina
What kind of dinosaur would Carly Fiorina be?

Chris Christie
What kind of dinosaur would Chris Christie be?

Bernie Sanders
What kind of dinosaur would Bernie Sanders be?

Marco Rubio
What kind of prehistoric animal would Marco Rubio be?

Rick Perry
What kind of dinosaur would Rick Perry be?

George Pataki
What kind of dinosaur would George Pataki be?

John Kasich
What kind of prehistoric animal would John Kasich be?

Rick Santorum
What kind of dinosaur would Rick Santorum be?

Donald Trump
What kind of prehistoric animal would Donald Trump be?

Jim Gilmore
What kind of prehistoric animal would Jim Gilmore be?

Ted Cruz
What kind of dinosaur would Ted Cruz be?

Hillary Clinton
What kind of dinosaur would Hillary Clinton be?

Lincoln Chafee
What kind of dinosaur would Lincoln Chafee be?

Ben Carson
What kind of dinosaur would Ben Carson be?

Rand Paul
What kind of prehistoric animal would Rand Paul be?

The 2016 Presidential Candidates...as Dinosaurs!
How do the Republican and Democratic candidates match up with their prehistoric dinosaur doppelgangers? Here's a slideshow to help you short things out.

Bobby Jindal
What kind of dinosaur would Bobby Jindal be?

Mike Huckabee
What kind of prehistoric animal would Mike Huckabee be?

Lindsey Graham
What kind of dinosaur would Lindsey Graham be?

The Dire Wolf vs. the Saber-Toothed Tiger - Who Wins?
The Dire Wolf (Canis dirus) and the Saber-Toothed Tiger (Smilodon fatalis) shared the same North American landscape during the late Pleistocene epoch.

Maiasaura (1975)
Maiasaura, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Coelophysis (1947)
Coelophysis, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Archaeopteryx (1860-1862)
Archaeopteryx, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Diplodocus (1877)
Diplodocus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Hadrosaurus (1858)
Hadrosaurus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Megalosaurus (1676)
Megalosaurus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Mosasaurus (1764)
Mosasaurus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

12 Famous Fossil Discoveries
Not every fossil discovered in a dried-up lakebed or arid mountain plain has had an equally profound effect on the course of paleontology. Here are 10 famous discoveries that changed, sharpened, or completely altered the views of working scientists (and the general public) about dinosaurs and other prehistoric reptiles.

Brachylophosaurus (2000)
Brachylophosaurus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Asilisaurus (2010)
Asilisaurus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Sinosauropteryx (1997)
Sinosauropteryx, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Iguanodon (1820)
Iguanodon, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

Yutyrannus (2012)
Yutyrannus, a fossil that changed dinosaur history.

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Were Dinosaurs Warm-Blooded?
Although many people think the issue has been settled once and for all, scientists still debate whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded (or something in between). Here's a look at the evidence for and against warm-blooded dinos.

Arguments For and Against Warm-Blooded Dinosaurs
Although many people think the issue has been settled once and for all, scientists still debate whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded or cold-blooded (or something in between); here's a look at the evidence for and against warm-blooded dinos. Page 2.

From the First, Everything Follows in Evolution
Have you ever wondered about the identity of the first dinosaur, or the first bird, or the first shark? Here's a list of important

The First Fish - Pikaia
Pikaia, the earliest fish yet identified

The First Mammal - Megazostrodon
Megazostrodon, the earliest mammal yet identified

The First Whale - Pakicetus
Pakicetus, the earliest whale yet identified

The First Reptile - Hylonomus
Hylonomus, the earliest reptile yet identified

The First Sauropod - Vulcanodon
Vulcanodon, the earliest sauropod yet identified

The First Primate - Purgatorius
Purgatorius, the earliest primate yet identified

The First Pterosaur - Eudimorphodon
Eudimorphodon, the earliest pterosaur yet identified

The First Cat - Proailurus
Proailurus, the earliest cat yet identified

The First Snake - Pachyrhachis
Pachyrhachis, the earliest snake yet identified

The First Shark - Cladoselache
Cladoselache, the earliest shark yet identified

The First Dinosaur - Eoraptor
Eoraptor, the earliest dinosaur yet identified

The First Amphibian - Eucritta
Eucritta, the earliest amphibian yet identified

The First Dog - Hesperocyon
Hesperocyon, the earliest dog yet identified

The First Tetrapod - Tiktaalik
Tiktaalik, the earliest tetrapod yet identified

The First Horse - Hyracotherium
Hyracotherium, the earliest horse yet identified

The First Turtle - Odontochelys
Odontochelys, the earliest turtle yet identified

The First Bird - Archaeopteryx
Archaeopteryx, the earliest bird yet identified

The First Crocodile - Erpetosuchus
Erpetosuchus, the earliest crocodile yet identified

The First Tyrannosaur - Guanlong
Guanlong, the earliest tyrannosaur yet identified

Wait, There's More!
Have you ever wondered about the identity of the first dinosaur, or the first bird, or the first shark? Here's a list of important

Could Dinosaurs Swim? The Latest Research
Virtually every terrestrial animal alive today knows how to swim, which means dinosaurs did, too. But do we have any solid proof of swimming dinosaurs?

The Earth's 10 Biggest Mass Extinctions
We all know the dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago, but are you familiar with the other major mass extinctions in earth's history? Here's a list of the 10 biggest extinctions, ranging from the Great Oxygenation Event to the Quaternary Extinction.

The K/T Extinction Event (65 Million Years Ago)
The K/T Extinction Event, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The End-Ediacaran Extinction (542 Million Years Ago)
The End-Ediacaran Extinction, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

Snowball Earth (700 Million Years Ago)
Snowball Earth, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Great Oxygenation Crisis (2.3 Billion Years Ago)
The Great Oxygenation Crisis, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Quaternary Extinction Event (50,000-10,000 Years Ago)
The Quaternary Extinction Event, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Triassic-Jurassic Extinction Event (200 Million Years Ago)
The Triassic-Jurassic Extinction Event, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Late Devonian Extinction (375 Million Years Ago)
The Late Devonian Extinction, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Permian-Triassic Extinction Event (250 Million Years Ago)
The Permian-Triassic Extinction Event, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Ordovician Extinction (447-443 Million Years Ago)
The Ordovician Extinction, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

The Cambrian-Ordovician Extinction Event (488 Million Years Ago)
The Cambrian-Ordovician Extinction Event, one of the earth's 10 biggest mass extinctions.

Ornithomimus Has Lent its Name to an Entire Family of Dinosaurs
Ornithomimus has lent its name to an entire family of dinosaurs.

The Diet of Ornithomimus Remains a Mystery
The diet of Ornithomimus remains a mystery.

Adult Ornithomimus Were Equipped with Proto-Wings
Adult Ornithomimus were equipped with proto-wings.

Ornithomimus Was a Close Relative of Struthiomimus
Ornithomimus was a close relative of Struthiomimus.

There Were Once Over a Dozen Named Species of Ornithomimus
There were once over a dozen named species of Ornithomimus.

Ornithomimus Was Named by the Famous Paleontologist Othniel C. Marsh
Ornithomimus was named by the famous paleontologist Othniel C. Marsh.

Ornithomimus Could Sprint at Over 30 MPH
Ornithomimus could sprint at over 30 MPH.

Ornithomimus Looked a Lot Like a Modern Ostrich
Ornithomimus looked a lot like a modern ostrich.

One Species of Ornithomimus Was Much Bigger than the Other
One species of Ornithomimus was much bigger than the other.

10 Facts About Ornithomimus, the "Bird Mimic" Dinosaur
How much do you know about Ornithomimus, the

Ornithomimus Was Endowed with a Larger-than-Usual Brain
Ornithomimus was endowed with a larger-than-usual brain.

Eoraptor Pursued an Omnivorous Diet
Eoraptor pursued an omnivorous diet.

Eoraptor Coexisted with Various Pre-Dinosaur Reptiles
Eoraptor coexisted with various pre-dinosaur reptiles.

Eoraptor Was Discovered in the "Valley of the Moon"
Eoraptor was discovered in the

It's Unclear if the Type Specimen of Eoraptor is a Juvenile or an Adult
It's unclear if the type specimen of Eoraptor is a juvenile or an adult.

Eoraptor Lay at the Root of the Saurischian Family Tree
Eoraptor lay at the root of the saurischian family tree.

Eoraptor Only Weighed About 25 Pounds, Max
Eoraptor only weighed about 25 pounds, max.

Eoraptor Was Probably a Speedy Runner
Eoraptor was probably a speedy runner.

Eoraptor Was Not Technically a True Raptor
Eoraptor was not technically a true raptor.

10 Facts About Eoraptor, the World's First Dinosaur
How much do you know about Eoraptor, the earliest identified true dinosaur? Here are 10 facts about this important middle Triassic omnivore.

Eoraptor Was a Close Relative of Daemonosaurus
Eoraptor was a close relative of Daemonosaurus.

Eoraptor Is One of the Earliest Identified Dinosaurs
Eoraptor is one of the earliest identified dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the American Museum of Natural History
The world's biggest--and most famous--dinosaur museum.

Dinosaur Exhibits at The Field Museum of Natural History
This Chicago museum is the home of Tyrannosaurus Sue.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Canadian Museum of Nature
Be sure to visit this museum's

Was T. Rex a Hunter or a Scavenger?
Did Tyrannosaurus Rex actually hunt for its food, or did it scavenge already dead (or dying) prey?

Dinosaur Exhibits at the National Museum of Natural History
This huge museum contains some of the world's most famous dinosaur fossils.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Royal Ontario Museum
Quetzalcoatlus and Parasaurolophus are just two of this museum's rare fossils.

Cryolophosaurus May Have Preyed on Glacialisaurus
Cryolophosaurus may have preyed on Glacialisaurus.

Cryolophosaurus Has Been Reconstructed from a Single Fossil Specimen
Cryolophosaurus has been reconstructed from a single fossil specimen.

Cryolophosaurus Lived in a Surprisingly Temperate Climate
Cryolophosaurus lived in a surprisingly temperate climate.

Cryolophosaurus May (or May Not) Have Been Related to Dilophosaurus
Cryolophosaurus may (or may not) have been related to Dilophosaurus.

Cryolophosaurus Is Informally Known as "Elvisaurus"
Cryolophosaurus is informally known as

Cryolophosaurus Was the Second Dinosaur to Be Discovered in Antarctica
Cryolophosaurus was the second dinosaur to be discovered in Antarctica.

Cryolophosaurus Had a Small Brain for its Size
Cryolophosaurus had a small brain for its size.

Cryolophosaurus Lived During the Early Jurassic Period
Cryolophosaurus lived during the early Jurassic period.

Cryolophosaurus Was the Largest Meat-Eating Dinosaur of its Time
Cryolophosaurus was the largest meat-eating dinosaur of its time.

It Was Once Thought that the Sole Specimen of Cryolophosaurus Choked to Death
It was once thought that the soles specimen of Cryolophosaurus choked to death.

10 Facts About Cryolophosaurus
How much do you know about Cryolophosaurus, the

Carcharodontosaurus, the "Great White Shark" Dinosaur
How much do you know about Carcharodontosaurus, the

Carcharodontosaurus Was a Distant Descendant of Allosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus was a distant descendant of Allosaurus.

Carcharodontosaurus Is Sometimes Called the "African T. Rex"
Carcharodontosaurus is sometimes called the

Carcharodontosaurus Lived in the Middle Cretaceous Period
Carcharodontosaurus lived in the middle Cretaceous period.

Carcharodontosaurus Had a Relatively Small Brain for its Size
Carcharodontosaurus had a relatively small brain for its size.

There Are Two Named Species of Carcharodontosaurus
There are two named species of Carcharodontosaurus.

Carcharodontosaurus Was a Close Relative of Giganotosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus was a close relative of Giganotosaurus.

Carcharodontosaurus Was Initially Classified as a Species of Megalosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus was initially classified as a species of Megalosaurus.

Carcharodontosaurus Was Named After the Great White Shark
Carcharodontosaurus was named after the Great White Shark.

Carcharodontosaurus May (or May Not) Have Been Bigger than T. Rex
Carcharodontosaurus may (or may not) have been bigger than T. Rex.

The Type Fossil of Carcharodontosaurus Was Destroyed in World War II
The type fossil of Carcharodontosaurus was destroyed in World War II.

No One Knows How Argentinosaurus Held its Neck
No one knows how Argentinosaurus held its neck.

The Top Speed of Argentinosaurus Was Five Miles Per Hour
The top speed of Argentinosaurus was five miles per hour.

Argentinosaurus Lived in Middle Cretaceous South America
Argentinosaurus lived in middle Cretaceous South America.

Argentinosaurus Eggs (Probably) Measured a Full Foot in Diameter
Argentinosaurus eggs (probably) measured a full foot in diameter.

Argentinosaurus Was a Type of Dinosaur Known as a Titanosaur
Argentinosaurus was a type of dinosaur known as a titanosaur.

Plenty of Dinosaurs Are Vying for Argentinosaurus' Size Title
Plenty of dinosaurs are vying for Argentinosaurus' size title.

A Full-Grown Argentinosaurus Weighed Close to 100 Tons
A full-grown Argentinosaurus weighed close to 100 tons.

Argentinosaurus, the World's Biggest Dinosaur
How much do you know about Argentinosaurus, the current record-holder for the world's largest dinosaur? Here are 10 fun facts about this Mesozoic behemoth.

Argentinosaurus May Have Been Preyed on by Giganotosaurus
Argentinosaurus may have been preyed on by Giganotosaurus.

It Took Up to 40 Years for Argentinosaurus to Attain its Maximum Size
It took up to 40 years for Argentinosaurus to attain its maximum size.

Paleontologists Have Yet to Find a Complete Argentinosaurus Skeleton
Paleontologists have yet to find a complete Argentinosaurus skeleton.

Megantereon
Megantereon, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Dinofelis
Dinofelis, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Machairodus
Machairodus, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Barbourofelis
Barbourofelis, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Proailurus
Proailurus, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Smilodon
Smilodon, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Homotherium
Homotherium, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Nimravus
Nimravus, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

10 Prehistoric Cats Everyone Should Know
How much do you know about the prehistoric cats of the Cenozoic Era? Here's a list of 10 important ancestral felines everyone should know.

Dinictis
Dinictis, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Hoplophoneus
Hoplophoneus, a prehistoric cat everyone should know.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Museum of the Rockies
One of the biggest dinosaur museums in the western U.S.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Natural History Museum of L.A. County
The custodian of the world-famous La Brea Tar Pits.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Redpath Museum
This small museum is devoted to geology and paleontology.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center
From Albertosaurus to Bambiraptor, this museum features a wide array of western dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Exhibits at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology
This Canadian museum is nestled right in the middle of Dinosaur Provincial Park.

The Alien (as Modeled by Parasaurolophus)
The Alien, as modeled by Parasaurolophus.

The Jayne Mansfield (as Modeled by Arsinoitherium)
The Jayne Mansfield, as modeled by Arsinoitherium.

The Kosmo (as Modeled by Kosmoceratops)
The Kosmo, as modeled by Kosmoceratops.

The Cold Crest (as Modeled by Cryolophosaurus)
The Cold Crest, as modeled by Cryolophosaurus.

The Pointy-Headed Boss (as Modeled by Carnotaurus)
The Pointy-Headed Boss, as modeled by Carnotaurus.

The Hedgehog (as Modeled by Pegomastax)
The Hedgehog, as modeled by Pegomastax.

The Meat Cleaver (as Modeled by Nyctosaurus)
The Meat Cleaver, as modeled by Nyctosaurus.

The Mesozoic Mullet (as Modeled by Isisaurus)
The Mesozoic Mullet, as modeled by Isisaurus.

The Big Toe (as Modeled by Oviraptor)
The Big Toe, as modeled by Oviraptor.

The Butthead (as Modeled by Acrotholus)
The Butthead, as modeled by Acrotholus.

This Season's Hot New Dinosaur Hairstyles
Have you ever wanted to look like a dinosaur? Just show your stylist these prehistoric hairdos and tell her to get clipping!

Liopleurodon Wasn't the Largest Pliosaur of the Mesozoic Era
Liopleurodon wasn't the largest pliosaur of the Mesozoic Era.

Liopleurodon Was the Star of One of the First Viral YouTube Hits
Liopleurodon was the star of the one of the first viral YouTube hits.

10 Facts About Liopleurodon
How much do you know about the giant marine reptile Liopleurodon? Here are 10 facts with which you can amaze your friends, family and coworkers.

Liopleurodon Was a Type of Marine Reptile Known as a "Pliosaur"
Liopleurodon was a type of marine reptile known as a

Liopleurodon Was the Apex Predator of Late Jurassic Europe
Liopleurodon was the apex predator of late Jurassic Europe.

Liopleurodon Was a Fast Swimmer
Liopleurodon was a fast swimmer.

Liopleurodon Had a Highly Developed Sense of Smell
Lipleurodon had a highly developed sense of smell.

Estimates of Liopleurodon's Size Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Estimates of Liopleurodon's size have been greatly exaggerated.

The Name Liopleurodon Means "Smooth-Sided Teeth"
The name Liopleurodon means

Like Whales, Liopleurodon Had to Surface to Breathe Air
Like whales, Liopleurodon had to surface to breathe air.

Liopleurodon Went Extinct by the Start of the Cretaceous Period
Liopleurodon went extinct by the start of the Cretaceous Period.

Sasquatch, Yeti, and the Search for Cryptid Hominids
Some cryptozoologists argue that the creatures we call Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, are actually specimens of Gigantopithecus. Is there any science at all behind this claim?

Ten Dinosaurs from the Jurassic Park Series Go on the Auction Block
From October 17-20, 2014, Jurassic Park consultant Don Lessem is auctioning off his collection of dinosaurs from the movie trilogy. Here's your chance to own a piece of Jurassic Park history!

What You Need to Know About the Mars Dinosaur
Are there really dinosaurs on Mars? No, there aren't, and there never were--and here's the reason why.

Is Brontosaurus Really Making a Comeback? Here's What You Need to Know
Has Brontosaurus really been resurrected for good, to replace the less popular dinosaur Apatosaurus? Despite what you may have read in the news, the verdict is still out, and will likely be out for quite some time.

Did Dinosaurs Fart Themselves to Death?
Did dinosaurs fart? How often, and how loudly? And, did their farting somehow contribute to their eventual extinction?

10 Facts About Baryonyx
The first fish-eating dinosaur ever discovered, Baryonyx remains a bit of a mystery. Here are 10 facts you may or may not have known about Baryonyx.

What Kind of Dinosaur Are You?
Are you a fierce tyrannosaur, or a towering sauropod? Would you rather be a small theropod or a horned, frilled plant-eater? Take this quiz to find out what type of dinosaur you are!

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Pterrible Pterosaur #9 - Thalassodromeus
Thalassodromeus, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #10 - Tupuxuara
Tupuxuara, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #1 - Aerotitan
Aerotitan, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #2 - Anhanguera
Anhanguera, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #3 - Ctenochasma
Ctenochasma, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #4 - Hatzegopteryx
Hatzgopteryx, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #5 - Ikrandraco
Ikrandraco, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #6 - Ornithocheirus
Ornithocheirus, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #7 - Quetzalcoatlus
Quetzalcoatlus, a pterrible pterosaur

Pterrible Pterosaur #8 - Sordes
Sordes, a pterrible pterosaur. Dinosaurs.

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The 10 Deadliest Pterosaurs
Some pterosaurs were every bit as frightening as the dinosaurs they coexisted with during the Mesozoic Era. Here's a list of 10 pterosaurs you wouldn't want to cross paths with on your next hang-gliding expedition.

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #12 - Giraffatitan
How big was Giraffatitan compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #15 - Shantungosaurus
How big was Shantungosaurus compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #9 - Titanoboa
How big was Titanoboa compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #10 - Megatherium
How big was Megatherium compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #3 - Deinosuchus
How big was Deinosuchus compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #4 - Indricotherium
How big was Indricotherium compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #6 - Megalodon
How big was Megalodon compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #7 - The Woolly Mammoth
How big was the Woolly Mammoth compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #8 - Spinosaurus
How big was Spinosaurus compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #15 - Titanotylopus
How big was Titanotylopus compared to a full-grown human being?

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It's one thing to know that a dinosaur was 40 feet long and weighed seven tons, and another to grasp just how enormous that was compared to the average full-grown human. This photo gallery will show you just how enormous some prehistoric animals were!

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #11 - Aepyornis
How big was Aepyornis compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #13 - Sarcosuchus
How big was Sarcosuchus compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #5 - Brachiosaurus
How big was Brachiosaurus compared to a full-grown human being?

We Posed These Prehistoric Animals Next to Human Beings
It's one thing to know that a dinosaur was 40 feet long and weighed seven tons, and another to grasp just how enormous that was compared to the average full-grown human. This photo gallery will show you just how enormous some prehistoric animals were!

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #1 - Argentinosaurus
How big was Argentinosaurus compared to a full-grown human being?

Gigantic Prehistoric Animal #2 - Hatzegopteryx
How big was Hatzegopteryx compared to a full-grown human being?

Apatosaurus
What does liking Apatosaurus say about you?

What Does Your Favorite Dinosaur Say About You?
What does your favorite dinosaur say about you? Here's a list of 10 well-known dinosaurs, and their implications for your psychological well-being and everyday behavior.

Velociraptor
What does liking Velociraptor say about you?

Iguanodon
What does liking Iguanodon say about you?

Ankylosaurus
What does liking Ankylosaurus say about you?

Triceratops
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Spinosaurus
What does liking Spinosaurus say about you?

Dimetrodon
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Stegosaurus
What does liking Stegosaurus say about you?

Tyrannosaurus Rex
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Archaeopteryx
What does liking Archaeopteryx say about you?

Bigfoot
Could Megalodon swallow Bigfoot whole?

The Chum Bucket
Could Megalodon swallow the Chum Bucket whole?

"Collin Drake"
Could Megalodon swallow

Your Little Sister
Could Megalodon swallow your little sister whole?

The Death Star
Could Megalodon swallow the Death Star Whole?

10 Things Megalodon Could Swallow Whole
Fake science, anyone? In honor of the Discovery Channel, here's a completely made-up list of 10 things Megalodon could swallow whole.

An Entire World War II Panzer Corps
Could Megalodon swallow an entire World War II Panzer Corps whole?

A School Bus
Could Megalodon swallow a school bus whole?

The Starting Defensive Line of the Baltimore Ravens
Could Megalodon swallow the defensive line of the Baltimore Ravens whole?

A Smaller Megalodon
Could Megalodon swallow a smaller Megalodon whole?

The Documents Attesting that Discovery Is a "Non-Fiction" TV Channel
Could Megalodon swallow the documents attesting that Discovery is a

10 Prehistoric Elephants Everyone Should Know
There's more to the story of elephant evolution than Mammoths and Mastodons. Here's a slideshow of 10 prehistoric pachyderms that paved the way for today's majestic elephant breeds.

Cuvierionius
Cuvieronius, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Primelephas
Primelephas, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Phosphatherium
Phosphatherium, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Phiomia
Phiomia, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Palaeomastodon
Palaeomastodon, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Moeritherium
Moeritherium, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Gomphotherium
Gomphotherium, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Deinotherium
Deinotherium, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Stegotetrabelodon
Stegotetrabelodon, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

Platybelodon
Platybelodon, a prehistoric elephant everyone should know.

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Leviathan
Leviathan, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Pakicetus
Pakicetus, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Ambulocetus
Ambulocetus, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Basilosaurus
Basilosaurus, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

10 Prehistoric Whales Everyone Should Know
Over the course of tens of millions of years, whales evolved from small, dog-sized creatures to the giant aquatic mammals they are today. Here's a chronological list of 10 prehistoric whales everyone should know.

Aetiocetus
Aetiocetus, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Rodhocetus
Rodhocetus, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Protocetus
Protocetus, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Cotylocara
Cotylocara, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Mammalodon
Mammalodon, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

Zygorhiza
Zygorhiza, a prehistoric whale everyone should know.

10 Prehistoric Horses Everyone Should Know
How did the ancestral horses of Cenozoic North America lead to modern Clydesdales and Thoroughbreds? These 10 ancestral equines that marked important advances in the long, slow progress of horse evolution.

Pliohippus (5 Million Years Ago)
Pliohippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Hippidion
Hippidion, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Hyracotherium
Hyracotherium, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Orohippus
Orohippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Mesohippus
Mesohippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Miohippus
Miohippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Epihippus
Epihippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Parahippus
Parahippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Merychippus
Merychippus, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

Hipparion
Hipparion, a prehistoric horse everyone should know.

The 12 Most Important Dinosaur Fossil Formations
What fossil sites have yielded the best-preserved specimens of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals? Here are profiles of the 12 most important fossil sites, ranging from the Morrison Formation in the U.S. to Mongolia's Flaming Cliffs.

Karoo Basin (South Africa)
The Karoo Basin, a famous fossil site in southern Africa.

Flaming Cliffs (Mongolia)
Flaming Cliffs, a famous fossil site in Mongolia.

Las Hoyas (Spain)
Las Hoyas, a famous fossil site in Spain.

Valle de la Luna (Argentina)
Valle de la Luna, a famous fossil site in Argentina.

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Morrison Formation (Western U.S.)
The Morrison Formation, a famous fossil site in the western U.S.

Dinosaur Provincial Park (Western Canada)
Dinosaur Provincial Park, a famous fossil site in Canada.

Dinosaur Cove (Southern Australia)
Dinosaur Cove, a famous fossil site in southern Australia.

Ghost Ranch (New Mexico)
Ghost Ranch, a famous fossil site in New Mexico.

Liaoning (Northeastern China)
Liaoning, a famous fossil site in northeastern China.

Hell Creek Formation (Western U.S.)
The Hell Creek Formation, a famous fossil site in the western U.S.

Dashanpu Formation (South-Central China)
The Dashanpu Formation, a famous fossil site in south-central China.

Solnhofen (Germany)
Solnhofen, a famous fossil site in Germany.

The Amphibian Missing Link - Eucritta
Eucritta, the amphibian missing link.

10 Missing Links in Vertebrate Evolution
While the phrase

The Mammal Missing Link - Megazostrodon
Megazostrodon, the mammal missing link.

The Bird Missing Link - Archaeopteryx
Archaeopteryx, the bird missing link.

The Vertebrate Missing Link - Pikaia
Pikaia, the vertebrate missing link.

The Tetrapod Missing Link - Tiktaalik
Tiktaalik, the tetrapod missing link.

The Reptile Missing Link - Hylonomus
Hylonomus, the reptile missing link.

The Dinosaur Missing Link - Eoraptor
Eoraptor, the dinosaur missing link.

The Pterosaur Missing Link - Darwinopterus
Darwinopterus, the pterosaur missing link.

The Plesiosaur Missing Link - Nothosaurus
Nothosaurus, the plesiosaur missing link.

The Therapsid Missing Link - Lystrosaurus
Lystrosaurus, the therapsid missing link.

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10 Dinosaur Controversies That Just Won't Go Away
Did sauropods hold their necks straight, or high up in the air? Did all tyrannosaurs have feathers? Here are 10 unresolved controversies about dinosaurs that provoke arguments to the present day.

Did Dinosaurs Even Exist?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #10 - Did dinosaurs even exist?

Did Birds Evolve from Dinosaurs?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #2 - Did birds evolve from dinosaurs?

How Did Dinosaurs Have Sex?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #3 - How did dinosaurs have sex?

Can We Clone a Dinosaur?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #4 - Can we clone a dinosaur?

Did All Tyrannosaurs Have Feathers?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #5 - Did all tyrannosaurs have feathers?

Is There Really Such a Thing as a Brontosaurus?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #6 - Is there really such a thing as a Brontosaurus?

Were Some Dinosaurs "Growth Stages" of Other Dinosaurs?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #7 - Were some dinosaurs growth stages of other dinosaurs?

Could Some Dinosaurs Have Survived the K/T Extinction?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #8 - Could some dinosaurs have survived the K/T extinction?

How Did Sauropods Hold Their Necks?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #9 - How did sauropods hold their necks?

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Were Dinosaurs Warm-Blooded?
Unresolved dinosaur controversy #1 - Were dinosaurs warm-blooded?

"Titanic" Animal #8 - Titanophoneus
Titanophoneus, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

10 "Titanic" Prehistoric Animals
Not all prehistoric animals with the Greek root

"Titanic" Animal #9 - Titanosuchus
Titanosuchus, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #10 - Titanis
Titanis, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

Angolatitan
Angolatitan, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #2 - Titanoceratops
Titanoceratops, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #3 - Aerotitan
Aerotitan, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #4 - Titanotylopus
Titanotylopus, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #5 - Tyrannotitan
Tyrannotitan, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #6 - Titanops
Titanops, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

"Titanic" Animal #7 - Titanoboa
Titanoboa, a supposedly titanic prehistoric animal.

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"Mega" Animal #10: Megapnosaurus
Megapnosaurus, a supposedly

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10 "Mega" Prehistoric Animals
Not all the prehistoric animals with

"Mega" Animal #9: Megalneusaurus
Megalneusaurus, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #1: Megaraptor
Megaraptor, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #3: Megaladapis
Megaladapis, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #4: Megatherium
Megatherium, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #5: Megazostrodon
Megazostrodon, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #6: Megalodon
Megalodon, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #7: Megapiranha
Megapiranha, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #8: Megalosaurus
Megalosaurus, a supposedly

"Mega" Animal #2: Megalania
Megalania, a supposedly

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"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #9 - Deinocheirus
Deinocheirus, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #10 - Dinogorgon
Dinogorgon, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #2 - Dinictis
Dinictis, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #3 - Deinotherium
Deinotherium, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #4 - Deinogalerix
Deinogalerix, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #5 - Dinohippus
Dinohippus, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #6 - Dinornis
Dinornis, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #7 - Deinosuchus
Deinosuchus, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #8 - Deinonychus
Deinonychus, a supposedly

"Terrible" Prehistoric Animal #1 - Dinohyus
Dinohyus, a supposedly

10 "Terrible" Prehistoric Animals
The Greek root

Ugly Dinosaur #9 - Suzhousaurus
Suzhousaurus, one of the ugliest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era

Ugly Dinosaur #10 - Tianyulong
Tianyulong, one of the ugliest dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era