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Sauropelta edwardsorum armor - AMNH

Sauropelta edwardsorum armor - AMNH

Procoptodon lived in the ice age in australia. It was 9 feet or 3 meters tall. Very fast, however had many predators. megalania humans and thylacoleo. Kangaroos can jump 44 miles an hour so we can assume procoptodon could jump 47 miles an hour. Thylacoleo was it's main predator. mainly because thylacoleo can ambush. megalania hunted diprotodon.

Procoptodon lived in the ice age in australia. It was 9 feet or 3 meters tall. Very fast, however had many predators. megalania humans and thylacoleo. Kangaroos can jump 44 miles an hour so we can assume procoptodon could jump 47 miles an hour. Thylacoleo was it's main predator. mainly because thylacoleo can ambush. megalania hunted diprotodon.

Aegirocassis benmoulae by Christopher252.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Aegirocassis benmoulae by Christopher252.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Discovery of the Day: Fossil of a Four-Winged Dinosaur Unearthed. Discovery of the feathered dinosaur, dubbed Changyuraptor yangi ("great feather" in Chinese), adds to the roster of feathered raptor dinosaurs with hind wings found in northeastern China in the past two decades. It is the biggest one found so far, and the fifth such species.

Discovery of the Day: Fossil of a Four-Winged Dinosaur Unearthed. Discovery of the feathered dinosaur, dubbed Changyuraptor yangi ("great feather" in Chinese), adds to the roster of feathered raptor dinosaurs with hind wings found in northeastern China in the past two decades. It is the biggest one found so far, and the fifth such species.

Dendrorhynchoides by Matt:  ”(…) anurognathids are weird. Furry frog-bats. With furry edges to their patagia for silent flight, like the frayed flight feathers of an owl. Short, broad wings = high maneuverability, great for chasing after bugs between tree trunks or out over Yixian lakes. Big, wide frog mouth for catching them. I’ve seen reconstructions give them long, bug-sensing whiskers like an Owlet-nightjar, though I don’t think there’s direct evidence for this (

Dendrorhynchoides by Matt: ”(…) anurognathids are weird. Furry frog-bats. With furry edges to their patagia for silent flight, like the frayed flight feathers of an owl. Short, broad wings = high maneuverability, great for chasing after bugs between tree trunks or out over Yixian lakes. Big, wide frog mouth for catching them. I’ve seen reconstructions give them long, bug-sensing whiskers like an Owlet-nightjar, though I don’t think there’s direct evidence for this (

Fauna de la Formación Yixian (Cretácico Inferior de Liaoning, China)

Fauna de la Formación Yixian (Cretácico Inferior de Liaoning, China)

Inostrancevia alexandri por John Conway. Entre las muchas virtudes de Conway destaca la de mostrar a las criaturas anteriores al Diluvio adoptando comportamientos que no suelen tenerse en cuenta en el paleoarte... como el de descansar plácidamente. Los gorgonópsidos como Inostrancevia casi siempre se muestran rugiendo, acechando presas o zampando carne sanguinolenta. Pero seguro que tenían sus momentos de relax.

Inostrancevia alexandri por John Conway. Entre las muchas virtudes de Conway destaca la de mostrar a las criaturas anteriores al Diluvio adoptando comportamientos que no suelen tenerse en cuenta en el paleoarte... como el de descansar plácidamente. Los gorgonópsidos como Inostrancevia casi siempre se muestran rugiendo, acechando presas o zampando carne sanguinolenta. Pero seguro que tenían sus momentos de relax.

"minke". This smallest of the rorquals (a group within the baleen whales, which includes the blue whales

"minke". This smallest of the rorquals (a group within the baleen whales, which includes the blue whales

southern right whale dolphin and northern right whale dolphin

southern right whale dolphin and northern right whale dolphin

Short-Beaked Common Dolphin by clcarder

Short-Beaked Common Dolphin by clcarder