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Allosaurus_fragilis_over_Apatosaurus_excelsus_2.jpg (1536×1024) - Auteur : Ryan Somma, 1980.

Allosaurus_fragilis_over_Apatosaurus_excelsus_2.jpg (1536×1024) - Auteur : Ryan Somma, 1980.

Vue de face d'un moulage du squelette monté d'Amargasaurus, Musée de Victoria, Melbourne. Auteur : Sainterx. 2007

Vue de face d'un moulage du squelette monté d'Amargasaurus, Musée de Victoria, Melbourne. Auteur : Sainterx. 2007

Pterosaur collections de géologie, UCBL

Pterosaur collections de géologie, UCBL

Giganotosaurus: take a look at the proportions.

Giganotosaurus: take a look at the proportions.

Brachylophosaurus.

Brachylophosaurus.

Suchomimus ("crocodile mimic") is a genus of large spinosaurid dinosaur with a crocodile-like mouth that lived between 121–112 million years ago, during the late Aptian stage of the Cretaceous period in Africa.[1]Cast of the skull, Dinosaur Discovery Museum

Suchomimus ("crocodile mimic") is a genus of large spinosaurid dinosaur with a crocodile-like mouth that lived between 121–112 million years ago, during the late Aptian stage of the Cretaceous period in Africa.[1]Cast of the skull, Dinosaur Discovery Museum

Squelette d'Aepyornis maximus, le plus grand oiseau subfossile malgache  Skeleton of Aepyornis maximus, the largest Malagasy fossil bird

Squelette d'Aepyornis maximus, le plus grand oiseau subfossile malgache Skeleton of Aepyornis maximus, the largest Malagasy fossil bird

Spinosaurus: Pending further discoveries, Spinosaurus is the current record-holder in the "world's largest carnivorous dinosaur" category: full-grown adults outweighed Tyrannosaurus Rex by about a ton and Giganotosaurus by about half a ton. Since so few Spinosaurus fossils are extant, it's possible that other individuals were even larger!

Spinosaurus: Pending further discoveries, Spinosaurus is the current record-holder in the "world's largest carnivorous dinosaur" category: full-grown adults outweighed Tyrannosaurus Rex by about a ton and Giganotosaurus by about half a ton. Since so few Spinosaurus fossils are extant, it's possible that other individuals were even larger!

Cast of a dodo-skeleton assembled by Richard Owen, Natural History Museum, London

Cast of a dodo-skeleton assembled by Richard Owen, Natural History Museum, London

Squelette monté du dinosaure ornithischien ornithopode Hadrosauroidea hadrosauridé Parasaurolophus cyrtocristatus au Field Museum. 1 10 2006. Auteur : Lisa Andres

Squelette monté du dinosaure ornithischien ornithopode Hadrosauroidea hadrosauridé Parasaurolophus cyrtocristatus au Field Museum. 1 10 2006. Auteur : Lisa Andres

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