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Parasaurolophus Guide

Parasaurolophus Parasaurolophus, discovered in 1920, quickly stood out with its long, distinctive crest. This “near crested lizard” roamed North America, making homes from Alberta to New Mexico. It walked on two or four legs, reaching lengths up

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Elasmosaurus in a vibrant ancient ocean setting

Elasmosaurus Guide

Elasmosaurus Guide Elasmosaurus roamed the Western Interior Seaway during the Late Cretaceous period, intriguing scientists with its unique physique. Discovered in 1867 by Theophilus Turner, its features, such as a 25-foot long neck containing 71 vertebrae and

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dilophosaurus with water dripping from its distinctive crests


Dinosaur fossils have been discovered on every continent, demonstrating that they exist in every ecosystem on the planet. During the...

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Are Rhinos Dinosaurs?

Are Rhinos Dinosaurs? Rhinos are often referred to as “living fossils” because they resemble their prehistoric ancestors—the dinosaurs. But despite...

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Do you love dinosaurs? Who doesn’t, right? They are some of the most fascinating creatures to ever walk the Earth....

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Dinosaur Toys For Kids

What kid doesn’t love dinosaur toys? Am I right?! Whether you’re looking for water dinosaur toys, Jurassic world toys, or inflatable dinosaur...

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