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Stock Photo #4268R-6551, Black and white illustration of a man and a woman looking up at museum exhibit of Tyrannosaurus Rex
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Black and white illustration of a man and a woman looking up at museum exhibit of Tyrannosaurus Rex
Stock Photo #1566-686262, Presumed depiction of an extinct quagga zebra, prehistoric rock paintings by the San people along the Sevilla Rock Art Trail near Clanwilliam, Cederberg Mountains, Western Cape Province, South Africa
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Presumed depiction of an extinct quagga zebra, prehistoric rock paintings by the San people along the Sevilla Rock Art Trail ...
Presumed depiction of an extinct quagga zebra, prehistoric rock paintings by the San people along the Sevilla Rock Art Trail near Clanwilliam, Cederberg Mountains, Western Cape Province, South Africa
Stock Photo #4175-6615, Ceratosaurus
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Ceratosaurus
Stock Photo #1849-7915, Searching archaeologists unaware of dinosaur shape inside of cave
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Searching archaeologists unaware of dinosaur shape inside of cave
Stock Photo #4128R-16005, Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
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Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the C...
Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-14558, Kentrosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 145 to 160 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period.
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Kentrosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 145 to 160 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period.
Stock Photo #1589-66031, Asian man with laptop in front of dinosaur frozen in ice
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Asian man with laptop in front of dinosaur frozen in ice
Stock Photo #4128R-23488, Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
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Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cr...
Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
Stock Photo #1746-164, Quagga (Equus quagga): Extinct South African mammal of the horse family, Late 19th Century, Chromolithograph
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Quagga (Equus quagga): Extinct South African mammal of the horse family, Late 19th Century, Chromolithograph
Stock Photo #4175-14323, Extinction animal species
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Extinction animal species
Stock Photo #4094-14458, A Stenonychosaurus inequalis scavenges while protecting its newborn.
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A Stenonychosaurus inequalis scavenges while protecting its newborn.
Stock Photo #4128R-15435, Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
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Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-18522, Leviathan sea monsters, computer artwork.
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Leviathan sea monsters, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-10764, Dinosaur skeletons in the desert
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Dinosaur skeletons in the desert
Stock Photo #4175-3093, Wolf head
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Wolf head
Stock Photo #4128R-15997, Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
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Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late C...
Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4128R-16001, Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during ...
Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #900-7518, Corythosaurus, by Zdenek Burian, 1905-1981
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Corythosaurus, by Zdenek Burian, 1905-1981
Stock Photo #4128R-23486, Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
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Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cr...
Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
Stock Photo #1824R-76005, Preschooler in dinosaur costume
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Preschooler in dinosaur costume
Stock Photo #1795R-25496, Father and son working on dinosaur project
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Father and son working on dinosaur project
Stock Photo #4239R-438, An apocalyptic scene showing a gravity caused destruction of a moon
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An apocalyptic scene showing a gravity caused destruction of a moon
Stock Photo #1525R-64216,
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Stock Photo #4128R-14873, Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
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Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late C...
Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4128R-23519, Iguanodon dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Iguanodon was one of the most widespread dinosaurs, and fossils have been found in many regions, including Europe and North America. It was a herbivorous dinosaur that is thought to have lived in large herds. It grew to a length of around ten metres, and stood about five metres tall. It lived from around 140 to 110 million years ago, in the lower early Cretaceous period.
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Iguanodon dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Iguanodon was one of the most widespread dinosaurs, and fossils have been foun...
Iguanodon dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Iguanodon was one of the most widespread dinosaurs, and fossils have been found in many regions, including Europe and North America. It was a herbivorous dinosaur that is thought to have lived in large herds. It grew to a length of around ten metres, and stood about five metres tall. It lived from around 140 to 110 million years ago, in the lower early Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #1824R-76014, Little boy in dinosaur costume
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Little boy in dinosaur costume
Stock Photo #4128R-23495, Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
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Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing...
Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
Stock Photo #1589-66044, Asian man watching three dimensional holographic television
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Asian man watching three dimensional holographic television
Stock Photo #475-2272, Dryopithecus Africanus 20th Century Artist Unknown Pencil on Paper Private Collection
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Dryopithecus Africanus 20th Century Artist Unknown Pencil on Paper Private Collection
Stock Photo #1850-22846, Colombia, North West Amazon, Tukano Indigenous People, Barasana Woman Paulina Headman Bosco'S Sister Making Clay Cooking Pot. Note The Larger Fired Pot Behind Her. A Fine Potter Whose Death Has Marked The Virtual Extinction Of Pottery-Making Amongst The Barasana Tukano Sedentary Indian Tribe North Western Amazonia American Colombian Columbia Female Women Girl Lady Hispanic Indegent Latin America Latino South America Tukano Female Woman Girl Lady One Individual Solo Lone Solitary
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Colombia, North West Amazon, Tukano Indigenous People, Barasana Woman Paulina Headman Bosco'S Sister Making Clay Cooking Pot....
Colombia, North West Amazon, Tukano Indigenous People, Barasana Woman Paulina Headman Bosco'S Sister Making Clay Cooking Pot. Note The Larger Fired Pot Behind Her. A Fine Potter Whose Death Has Marked The Virtual Extinction Of Pottery-Making Amongst The Barasana Tukano Sedentary Indian Tribe North Western Amazonia American Colombian Columbia Female Women Girl Lady Hispanic Indegent Latin America Latino South America Tukano Female Woman Girl Lady One Individual Solo Lone Solitary
Stock Photo #4332-3661, USA, Virginia, Dinosaur Land, roadside attraction between Winchester and Front Royal
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USA, Virginia, Dinosaur Land, roadside attraction between Winchester and Front Royal
Stock Photo #4128R-28124, Brachiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived roughly 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. One of the largest known species of sauropod – the long-necked, long-tailed variety – its forelimbs were longer than its rear ones. Brachiosaurus measured around 25 metres long and was a high grazer, probably able to feed off trees at heights of up to 13 metres. Only one species in known, B. alithorax. Initially there were two species, the other being B. brancai. But brancai has now been
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Brachiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived roughly 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. One of the larg...
Brachiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived roughly 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. One of the largest known species of sauropod – the long-necked, long-tailed variety – its forelimbs were longer than its rear ones. Brachiosaurus measured around 25 metres long and was a high grazer, probably able to feed off trees at heights of up to 13 metres. Only one species in known, B. alithorax. Initially there were two species, the other being B. brancai. But brancai has now been
Stock Photo #1746-880, Composite skeleton of a Megatherium, From The Animal Kingdom by George Cuvier, Engraving
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Composite skeleton of a Megatherium, From The Animal Kingdom by George Cuvier, Engraving
Stock Photo #4409-68195, A long-horned European wild ox attacked by wolves. The aurochs or urus (Bos primigenius), the ancestor of domestic cattle, was a type of wild cattle which inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa. Extinct.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natura
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A long-horned European wild ox attacked by wolves. The aurochs or urus (Bos primigenius), the ancestor of domestic cattle, wa...
A long-horned European wild ox attacked by wolves. The aurochs or urus (Bos primigenius), the ancestor of domestic cattle, was a type of wild cattle which inhabited Europe, Asia and North Africa. Extinct.. . Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from "Tiere der Urwelt" Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg. Heinrich Harder (1858-1935) was a German landscape artist and book illustrator. From a series of prehistoric creature cards published by the Reichardt Cocoa company. Natura
Stock Photo #1828R-41579, Close-Up of Cabazon Dinosaur, Cabazon, California, USA
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Close-Up of Cabazon Dinosaur, Cabazon, California, USA
Stock Photo #4136R-152, Cure ostrich dino
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Cure ostrich dino
Stock Photo #1569R-9038766, Toy dinosaurs in artificial garden
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Toy dinosaurs in artificial garden
Stock Photo #4128R-16006, Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
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Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the C...
Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #1566-686255, Prehistoric rock paintings of animals and a groupe of peersons by the San people along the Sevilla Rock Art Trail near Clanwilliam, Cederberg Mountains, Western Cape Province, South Africa
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Prehistoric rock paintings of animals and a groupe of peersons by the San people along the Sevilla Rock Art Trail near Clanwi...
Prehistoric rock paintings of animals and a groupe of peersons by the San people along the Sevilla Rock Art Trail near Clanwilliam, Cederberg Mountains, Western Cape Province, South Africa
Stock Photo #1701R-10302, California, United States of America.
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California, United States of America.
Stock Photo #255-424104, USA, Washington DC, Skeleton of extinct dodo at Smithsonian Institute
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USA, Washington DC, Skeleton of extinct dodo at Smithsonian Institute
Stock Photo #4128R-14563, Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
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Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4268R-13709, Black and white illustration Procynosuchus skeleton
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Black and white illustration Procynosuchus skeleton
Stock Photo #4128R-28120, Brachiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived roughly 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. One of the largest known species of sauropod – the long-necked, long-tailed variety – its forelimbs were longer than its rear ones. Brachiosaurus measured around 25 metres long and was a high grazer, probably able to feed off trees at heights of up to 13 metres. Only one species in known, B. alithorax. Initially there were two species, the other being B. brancai. But brancai has now been
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Brachiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived roughly 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. One of the larg...
Brachiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived roughly 150 million years ago during the Jurassic Period. One of the largest known species of sauropod – the long-necked, long-tailed variety – its forelimbs were longer than its rear ones. Brachiosaurus measured around 25 metres long and was a high grazer, probably able to feed off trees at heights of up to 13 metres. Only one species in known, B. alithorax. Initially there were two species, the other being B. brancai. But brancai has now been
Stock Photo #255-418276, Museum of natural history
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Museum of natural history
Stock Photo #4175-10404, hope People manner prospects Guardian angel People Person People Man people
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hope People manner prospects Guardian angel People Person People Man people
Stock Photo #4239-1742, On an alien world with an advanced technological history, even the scientists were amazed to learn of the discovery of android fossils, preserved almost perfectly in sedimentary rock. As yet there are no logical answers as to how this could have happened, especially since the fossils seem to be the same as the very latest state of the art models now in production.
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On an alien world with an advanced technological history, even the scientists were amazed to learn of the discovery of androi...
On an alien world with an advanced technological history, even the scientists were amazed to learn of the discovery of android fossils, preserved almost perfectly in sedimentary rock. As yet there are no logical answers as to how this could have happened, especially since the fossils seem to be the same as the very latest state of the art models now in production.
Stock Photo #4409-62747, Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C. during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) using glazed blue brick with alternating rows of basrelief with dragons mushussu, also called sirrush, and aurochs. It was dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Rebuilt in 1930. An aurochs above a flower ribbon. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
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Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C...
Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C. during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) using glazed blue brick with alternating rows of basrelief with dragons mushussu, also called sirrush, and aurochs. It was dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Rebuilt in 1930. An aurochs above a flower ribbon. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
Stock Photo #4128R-23499, Triceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Cretaceous period.
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Triceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-23497, Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
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Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing...
Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
Stock Photo #4128R-18523, Leviathan sea monsters, computer artwork.
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Leviathan sea monsters, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-20045, Leviathan sea monster, computer artwork.
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Leviathan sea monster, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1828R-41580, Close-Up of Cabazon Dinosaur, Cabazon, California, USA
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Close-Up of Cabazon Dinosaur, Cabazon, California, USA
Stock Photo #4128R-16009, Einiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 65 to 100 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
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Einiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 65 to 100 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-15436, Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
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Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4175-2591, Muskelmnner and Dinosaur Dino Dinosauria Lizard lizard lizard lizard specie
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Stock Photo #4094-17213, Washington, District of Columbia.Dinosaur skeletons at the Smithsonian Natural History museum.
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Washington, District of Columbia.Dinosaur skeletons at the Smithsonian Natural History museum.
Stock Photo #4128R-23502, Stegosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Upper Jurassic period, 155 to 144 million years ago. Stegosaurus fossils have been found in the USA.
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Stegosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Upper Jurassic period, 155 to 144 million ...
Stegosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Upper Jurassic period, 155 to 144 million years ago. Stegosaurus fossils have been found in the USA.
Stock Photo #4409-62749, Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C. during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) using glazed blue brick with alternating rows of basrelief with dragons mushussu, also called sirrush, and aurochs. It was dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Rebuilt in 1930. An aurochs. Detail of the head. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
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Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C...
Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C. during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) using glazed blue brick with alternating rows of basrelief with dragons mushussu, also called sirrush, and aurochs. It was dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Rebuilt in 1930. An aurochs. Detail of the head. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
Stock Photo #4409-62738, Ishtar Gate. The eight gate of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in 575 BC by order to Nebuchadnezzar II. Reconstructed in 1930. Bull. Detail. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
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Ishtar Gate. The eight gate of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in 575 BC by order to Nebuchadnezzar II. Reconstructed in 193...
Ishtar Gate. The eight gate of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in 575 BC by order to Nebuchadnezzar II. Reconstructed in 1930. Bull. Detail. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
Stock Photo #4136R-146, Cute green dino
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Cute green dino
Stock Photo #1566-1215448, Aboriginal rock art depicting a Thylacine Tasmanian Tiger, extinct on the mainland for some 2000 years Ubirr rock art site in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
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Aboriginal rock art depicting a Thylacine Tasmanian Tiger, extinct on the mainland for some 2000 years Ubirr rock art site in...
Aboriginal rock art depicting a Thylacine Tasmanian Tiger, extinct on the mainland for some 2000 years Ubirr rock art site in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
Stock Photo #4128R-23520, Pachycephalosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived in the USA during the Maastrichtian stage of the late cretaceous period.
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Pachycephalosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived in the USA during the Maastrichtian stage of the ...
Pachycephalosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived in the USA during the Maastrichtian stage of the late cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4094-28615, Erfoud, Western Sahara, Morocco, A worker carefully exposes a Trilobite from the surrounding rock.
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Erfoud, Western Sahara, Morocco, A worker carefully exposes a Trilobite from the surrounding rock.
Stock Photo #4141-57704, Digital Composite Of A Male Anchiceratops Ornatus, A Large Three-Horned Ceratopsid Dinosaur From The Late Cretaceous, Ambling By A Forest In What Is Today The State Of Alberta In Canada.
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Digital Composite Of A Male Anchiceratops Ornatus, A Large Three-Horned Ceratopsid Dinosaur From The Late Cretaceous, Ambling...
Digital Composite Of A Male Anchiceratops Ornatus, A Large Three-Horned Ceratopsid Dinosaur From The Late Cretaceous, Ambling By A Forest In What Is Today The State Of Alberta In Canada.
Stock Photo #901-128560, Tarzan fighting with dinosaur
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Tarzan fighting with dinosaur
Stock Photo #4128R-23491, Giganotosaurus dinosaur, artwork. This dinosaur was one of the largest predatory dinosaurs, living around 110_100 million years ago in the Cretaceous Period. Fossil remains have been discovered in Argentina. It could reach over 14 metres in length and weigh over 8 tonnes.
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Giganotosaurus dinosaur, artwork. This dinosaur was one of the largest predatory dinosaurs, living around 110_100 million yea...
Giganotosaurus dinosaur, artwork. This dinosaur was one of the largest predatory dinosaurs, living around 110_100 million years ago in the Cretaceous Period. Fossil remains have been discovered in Argentina. It could reach over 14 metres in length and weigh over 8 tonnes.
Stock Photo #4094-17212, Washington, District of Columbia.A woman touches a dinosaur skull at a museum.
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Stock Photo #4175-13867, Oak distorted in Forward
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Stock Photo #4128R-23494, Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during ...
Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4136R-156, Pink dino with big tail
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Stock Photo #4128R-23504, Triceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Cretaceous period.
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Triceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived during the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #1746-2659, Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthis) skeleton, approximately 3m (9ft) high 5.5m (16ft) long, discovered in the ice in Siberia in 1799. Extinct genus of elephant from Pleistocene Epoch (2,500,000 to 10,000 years ago) found in fossil deposits and in northern Europe
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Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthis) skeleton, approximately 3m (9ft) high 5.5m (16ft) long, discovered in the ice in Siberia in 1799. ...
Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthis) skeleton, approximately 3m (9ft) high 5.5m (16ft) long, discovered in the ice in Siberia in 1799. Extinct genus of elephant from Pleistocene Epoch (2,500,000 to 10,000 years ago) found in fossil deposits and in northern Europe
Stock Photo #900-7507, Mesosaurus by Zdenek Burian, 1905-1981
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Stock Photo #4128R-23518, Giganotosaurus dinosaur skeleton, artwork. This dinosaur was one of the largest predatory dinosaurs, living around 110_100 million years ago in the Cretaceous Period. Fossil remains have been discovered in Argentina. It could reach over 14 metres in length and weigh over 8 tonnes.
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Giganotosaurus dinosaur skeleton, artwork. This dinosaur was one of the largest predatory dinosaurs, living around 110_100 mi...
Giganotosaurus dinosaur skeleton, artwork. This dinosaur was one of the largest predatory dinosaurs, living around 110_100 million years ago in the Cretaceous Period. Fossil remains have been discovered in Argentina. It could reach over 14 metres in length and weigh over 8 tonnes.
Stock Photo #4128R-23527, Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
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Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing...
Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
Stock Photo #4128R-12503, Artwork of pteranodon sternbergi
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Stock Photo #1746-2661, Comparison of fossil teeth & nasal horn of Iguanadon and, 13, lower jaw & teeth of modern Iguana (Mantell). From William Buckland Geology and Mineralogy London 1836. This book is one of the Bridgewater Treatises
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Comparison of fossil teeth & nasal horn of Iguanadon and, 13, lower jaw & teeth of modern Iguana (Mantell). From William Buck...
Comparison of fossil teeth & nasal horn of Iguanadon and, 13, lower jaw & teeth of modern Iguana (Mantell). From William Buckland Geology and Mineralogy London 1836. This book is one of the Bridgewater Treatises
Stock Photo #1566-0157455, Natural History Museum. Tokyo. Japan
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Stock Photo #4175-14263, Hand Island Nature
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Stock Photo #1746-881, Mosasaurus. Huge skull found in a quarry at Fort St Peter near Maastricht, Netherlands, in 1780, From The Animal Kingdom by George Cuvier (London, 1830), Engraving
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Mosasaurus. Huge skull found in a quarry at Fort St Peter near Maastricht, Netherlands, in 1780, From The Animal Kingdom by G...
Mosasaurus. Huge skull found in a quarry at Fort St Peter near Maastricht, Netherlands, in 1780, From The Animal Kingdom by George Cuvier (London, 1830), Engraving
Stock Photo #4128R-14562, Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
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Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #1899-40849, Quagga. Equus Quagga with a view of the Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope Engraved by Scott after Craig. From the book ""The Gallery of Nature and Art"" volume II. Published London c.1823.
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Quagga. Equus Quagga with a view of the Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope Engraved by Scott after Craig. From the book ...
Quagga. Equus Quagga with a view of the Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope Engraved by Scott after Craig. From the book ""The Gallery of Nature and Art"" volume II. Published London c.1823.
Stock Photo #1538R-67737, Illustration of a Sabre_toothed cat
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Stock Photo #4094-17214, Washington, District of Columbia.A young girl points at an aquatic sea exhibit at a museum.
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Stock Photo #4175-13573, Worldwide Extinction Zndschnur bomb Environmental Protection international
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Stock Photo #4136R-150, Cute big green dino
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Stock Photo #4409-142228, MR. GURNEY'S MACHINERY FOR THE EXTINCTION OF THE BURNING WASTE OF CLACKMANNAN, SCOTLAND, UK, 1851 engraving.
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MR. GURNEY'S MACHINERY FOR THE EXTINCTION OF THE BURNING WASTE OF CLACKMANNAN, SCOTLAND, UK, 1851 engraving.
Stock Photo #1848R-638037, Mammoth drawn on rock, Kareliya, north Russia, Arctic
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Stock Photo #4128R-23496, Allosaurus dinosaur skull, computer artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic period 155 to 145 million years ago. They were bipedal two_legged predators that averaged a height of 8.5 metres.
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Allosaurus dinosaur skull, computer artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic pe...
Allosaurus dinosaur skull, computer artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic period 155 to 145 million years ago. They were bipedal two_legged predators that averaged a height of 8.5 metres.
Stock Photo #4175-406, Krpersprache Whales dying animal species Meeressuger pets animal Animal Kin
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Stock Photo #1746-1960, Fossilised skeleton of a Megatherium or Giant Sloth, found in Paraguay in about 1796. Lithograph from Nature Displayed by Simeon Shaw (London, 1823).
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Fossilised skeleton of a Megatherium or Giant Sloth, found in Paraguay in about 1796. Lithograph from Nature Displayed by Sim...
Fossilised skeleton of a Megatherium or Giant Sloth, found in Paraguay in about 1796. Lithograph from Nature Displayed by Simeon Shaw (London, 1823).
Stock Photo #4128R-14872, Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
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Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late C...
Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4175-13628, Hand tree Environmental Protection
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Stock Photo #4409-62741, Ishtar Gate. The eight gate of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in 575 BC by order to Nebuchadnezzar II. Reconstructed in 1930. Detail. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
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Ishtar Gate. The eight gate of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in 575 BC by order to Nebuchadnezzar II. Reconstructed in 193...
Ishtar Gate. The eight gate of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in 575 BC by order to Nebuchadnezzar II. Reconstructed in 1930. Detail. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
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Stock Photo #1575-8269, Black Tusk, Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
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Black Tusk, Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
Stock Photo #1436R-445720, Tombstones in a cemetery
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Stock Photo #4128R-16007, Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
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Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the C...
Nedoceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur, formerly known as Diceratops, lived 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #1436R-445511, Close-up of a line graph moving down
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Stock Photo #4136R-155, Big purple dino
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Big purple dino
Stock Photo #1746-2088, Skeleton of Mammoth discovered in 1817 by Dr Mitchell of New York at Goschen, Orange County and later assembled in the Philadelphia Museum. From Simeon Shaw Nature Displayed, London, 1823. Lithograph
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Skeleton of Mammoth discovered in 1817 by Dr Mitchell of New York at Goschen, Orange County and later assembled in the Philad...
Skeleton of Mammoth discovered in 1817 by Dr Mitchell of New York at Goschen, Orange County and later assembled in the Philadelphia Museum. From Simeon Shaw Nature Displayed, London, 1823. Lithograph
Stock Photo #4409-42430, ARTE SIGLO XX. ESPAÑA. MIQUEL DALMAU. Escultor español. "MAMUT". Escultura en piedra ubicada en 1907 en el Parc de la Ciutadella. BARCELONA. Cataluña.
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ARTE SIGLO XX. ESPAÑA. MIQUEL DALMAU. Escultor español. "MAMUT". Escultura en piedra ubicada en 1907 en el Parc de la Ciutade...
ARTE SIGLO XX. ESPAÑA. MIQUEL DALMAU. Escultor español. "MAMUT". Escultura en piedra ubicada en 1907 en el Parc de la Ciutadella. BARCELONA. Cataluña.
Stock Photo #4187-2106, Canadian Museum of Nature
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Canadian Museum of Nature
Stock Photo #1746-876, Artist's reconstruction of a Pleisiosaurus and an Ichthyosaurus, From Science for All by Robert Brown (London, c1880), Engraving
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Artist's reconstruction of a Pleisiosaurus and an Ichthyosaurus, From Science for All by Robert Brown (London, c1880), Engrav...
Artist's reconstruction of a Pleisiosaurus and an Ichthyosaurus, From Science for All by Robert Brown (London, c1880), Engraving
Stock Photo #900-104045, The Wooldog (Extinct Indian Dog Breed) American History
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The Wooldog (Extinct Indian Dog Breed) American History
Stock Photo #4128R-15999, Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during ...
Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4136R-160, Cute purple dino with big tail
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Stock Photo #4175-3040, Sperm Whales strand
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Stock Photo #4369-632, The San Diego Natural History Museum hosted an exhibit of feathered dinosaurs. The exhibit addresses the issues of bird/ dinosaur evolution. This sculpture, by artist and paleontologist Stephen A. Czerkas is a reconstruction of the (fortunately extinct) Deinonycus. About human height, the museum staff christened it 'Pollo Loco'.
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The San Diego Natural History Museum hosted an exhibit of feathered dinosaurs. The exhibit addresses the issues of bird/ dino...
The San Diego Natural History Museum hosted an exhibit of feathered dinosaurs. The exhibit addresses the issues of bird/ dinosaur evolution. This sculpture, by artist and paleontologist Stephen A. Czerkas is a reconstruction of the (fortunately extinct) Deinonycus. About human height, the museum staff christened it 'Pollo Loco'.
Stock Photo #4136R-159, Cute brown triceratops dino
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Stock Photo #900-7510, Stenopterygius Artist Unknown
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Stock Photo #4136R-148, Cute purple dino
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Stock Photo #4268R-3736, Illustration of prehistoric man using to tool to above head near painting of deer on cave wall
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Stock Photo #4175-6616, Apatosaurus
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Stock Photo #4128R-15438, Suchomimus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 110 to 120 million years ago during the middle of the Cretaceous period.
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Suchomimus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 110 to 120 million years ago during the middle of the Cretaceous p...
Suchomimus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 110 to 120 million years ago during the middle of the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4239R-439, Idea taken from Star Trek
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Stock Photo #1916-2853, Quagga Equus Quagga with a view of the Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope Engraved by Scott after Craig From the book The Gallery of Nature and Art volume II Published London c1823
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Quagga Equus Quagga with a view of the Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope Engraved by Scott after Craig From the book Th...
Quagga Equus Quagga with a view of the Table Mountain at the Cape of Good Hope Engraved by Scott after Craig From the book The Gallery of Nature and Art volume II Published London c1823
Stock Photo #4128R-23503, Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
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Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing...
Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes. It lived in North America and Asia during the late Cretaceous period, between 85 and 65 million years ago. A predator and scavenger, T. rex had the strongest bite of any dinosaur, with teeth that could penetrate bone.
Stock Photo #4128R-18740, Plesiosaurs fighting, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #1746-878, Scene during the Lias period, showing Pterodactyls, a dragonfly, Equisetums, and Tree Ferns, From The Popular Encyclopaedia (London, 1888), Engraving
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Scene during the Lias period, showing Pterodactyls, a dragonfly, Equisetums, and Tree Ferns, From The Popular Encyclopaedia (...
Scene during the Lias period, showing Pterodactyls, a dragonfly, Equisetums, and Tree Ferns, From The Popular Encyclopaedia (London, 1888), Engraving
Stock Photo #1889-55928, sculpture of a creature´s head on the beach, beer, devon, england
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sculpture of a creature´s head on the beach, beer, devon, england
Stock Photo #4128R-28122, Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now
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Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaur...
Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now
Stock Photo #4136R-161, Cute green baby tyrannosaurus
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Stock Photo #4175-3164, Nature vote pets Paradise environmentally friendly animal Animal Kingdom an
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Stock Photo #4128R-23485, Ankylosaur, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
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Ankylosaur, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous ...
Ankylosaur, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
Stock Photo #4128R-23524, Velociraptor dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This dinosaur was a bird_like feathered carnivore that lived around 70 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period. It measured 2 metres from head to tail.
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Velociraptor dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This dinosaur was a bird_like feathered carnivore that lived around 70 mill...
Velociraptor dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This dinosaur was a bird_like feathered carnivore that lived around 70 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period. It measured 2 metres from head to tail.
Stock Photo #4128R-22439, Cloudinid prehistoric animals, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4128R-15996, Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
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Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late C...
Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
Stock Photo #1647R-74627, Model of Dinosaur Skeleton
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Stock Photo #4128R-23507, Ankylosaur, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
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Ankylosaur, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous ...
Ankylosaur, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
Stock Photo #1158-1667, The Extinction of the Species II by Yves Tanguy, 1938, 1900-1955, Collection of Patricia Kane Matisse
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Stock Photo #1824R-76006, Preschool boy in dinosaur costume
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Stock Photo #1760-13265, c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of unique species of I´iwi.
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c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of unique species of I´iwi.
Stock Photo #4128R-15187, Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
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Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 95 to 80 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-23517, Iguanodon dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Iguanodon was one of the most widespread dinosaurs, and fossils have been found in many regions, including Europe and North America. It was a herbivorous dinosaur that is thought to have lived in large herds. It grew to a length of around ten metres, and stood about five metres tall. It lived from around 140 to 110 million years ago, in the lower early Cretaceous period.
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Iguanodon dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Iguanodon was one of the most widespread dinosaurs, and fossils have been foun...
Iguanodon dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Iguanodon was one of the most widespread dinosaurs, and fossils have been found in many regions, including Europe and North America. It was a herbivorous dinosaur that is thought to have lived in large herds. It grew to a length of around ten metres, and stood about five metres tall. It lived from around 140 to 110 million years ago, in the lower early Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-28118, Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now
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Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaur...
Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now
Stock Photo #4332-3656, USA, Virginia, Dinosaur Land, roadside attraction between Winchester and Front Royal
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Stock Photo #1849-3097, Obsolete computer equipment in pile
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Stock Photo #1672R-81587, Handmade products on display in a ceramic studio shop.
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Stock Photo #1849-867, Dead tree with green leaf dropping from it
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Stock Photo #1829-8312, Apatosuarus in Crashing Surf
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Stock Photo #4128R-15189, Zuniceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived approximately 90 million years ago during the Turonian age of the Late Cretaceous period.
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Zuniceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived approximately 90 million years ago during the Turonian age of th...
Zuniceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived approximately 90 million years ago during the Turonian age of the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #456-695, Dragon Fly Diana Ong (b.1940 Chinese-American) Computer graphics
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Stock Photo #4128R-23523, Plateosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived in Germany, France and Switzerland during the Norian stage of the Late Triassic period.
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Plateosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived in Germany, France and Switzerland during t...
Plateosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived in Germany, France and Switzerland during the Norian stage of the Late Triassic period.
Stock Photo #900-7530, Diplodocus Artist Unknown
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Stock Photo #4128R-16000, Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during ...
Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4175-3343, Sperm Whales pairing
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Sperm Whales pairing
Stock Photo #4175-556, Paradise tree Symbol Vulture Desert Island Icon Image Symbols Symbols Symbo
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Stock Photo #3153-720258, fish fossil
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Stock Photo #4128R-15998, Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during ...
Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4128R-12806, Loch Ness monster, computer artwork.
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Loch Ness monster, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1990-73694, Dinosaur sculpture at Science World, False Creek, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Dinosaur sculpture at Science World, False Creek, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Stock Photo #4128R-23522, Plateosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived in Germany, France and Switzerland during the Norian stage of the Late Triassic period.
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Plateosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived in Germany, France and Switzerland during t...
Plateosaurus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This herbivorous dinosaur lived in Germany, France and Switzerland during the Norian stage of the Late Triassic period.
Stock Photo #4128R-23487, Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
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Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cr...
Ankylosaur skeleton, computer artwork. This heavily_armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, between about 125 and 65 million years ago. It was a herbivorous dinosaur, and the spiked armour served as protection against carnivorous dinosuars. Ankylosaurs also possessed a heavy club_like tail, which could be swung at attackers to injure their legs. A full_grown adult could be 6 to 9 metres long, weighing over 6 tonnes.
Stock Photo #4175-398, Research Center Desert Dand dune
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Stock Photo #1746-882, Imaginative reconstruction of the Earth during the time of the dinosaurs, From Astronomie Populaire by Camille Flammarion (Paris, 1881), Engraving
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Imaginative reconstruction of the Earth during the time of the dinosaurs, From Astronomie Populaire by Camille Flammarion (Pa...
Imaginative reconstruction of the Earth during the time of the dinosaurs, From Astronomie Populaire by Camille Flammarion (Paris, 1881), Engraving
Stock Photo #4128R-23513, Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 35 metres. It is thought that it lived in herds for protection against predators. Diplodocus inhabited what is now North America in the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up t...
Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 35 metres. It is thought that it lived in herds for protection against predators. Diplodocus inhabited what is now North America in the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #1760-13262, Hawaiian Vintage painting of Laysan Honeycreeper or Apapane Himatione sanguinea freethi.
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Hawaiian Vintage painting of Laysan Honeycreeper or Apapane Himatione sanguinea freethi.
Stock Photo #456-1080, Dragonfancy 2000 Diana Ong (b.1940 Chinese-American) Computer graphics
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Stock Photo #4136R-151, Cute blue diplodocus
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Stock Photo #1647R-37212, Triceratops Skeleton in Dirt
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Stock Photo #4175-13108, Heartbreak Tigers Gift Trunk canister Tiger
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Heartbreak Tigers Gift Trunk canister Tiger
Stock Photo #1746-163, Quagga (Equus quagga): Extinct South African mammal of the horse family, Hand-coloured engraving, Published London c1830 , After drawing by Lt.Col. Charles Hamilton Smith
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Quagga (Equus quagga): Extinct South African mammal of the horse family, Hand-coloured engraving, Published London c1830 , Af...
Quagga (Equus quagga): Extinct South African mammal of the horse family, Hand-coloured engraving, Published London c1830 , After drawing by Lt.Col. Charles Hamilton Smith
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Stock Photo #4443-9620, SKETCHES IN THE LIPARI ISLANDS
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Stock Photo #4175-13160, postage Koala Sidney stamped Nature tree plush cute Letters
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Stock Photo #4128R-23458, Woolly mammoth Mammuthus primigenius, computer artwork.
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Woolly mammoth Mammuthus primigenius, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-23493, Zuniceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived approximately 90 million years ago during the Turonian age of the Late Cretaceous period.
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Zuniceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived approximately 90 million years ago during the Turonian age of th...
Zuniceratops dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived approximately 90 million years ago during the Turonian age of the Late Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4285-17735, Africa, North Africa, Morocco, Roman Ruins of Volubilis, Mosaic Tiles
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Africa, North Africa, Morocco, Roman Ruins of Volubilis, Mosaic Tiles
Stock Photo #1760-13266, c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of Red Hawaiian Honeycreeper or I´iwi Polena Vestiaria coccinea.
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c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of Red Hawaiian Honeycreeper or I´iwi Polena Vestiari...
c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of Red Hawaiian Honeycreeper or I´iwi Polena Vestiaria coccinea.
Stock Photo #1824R-75971, Preschool children wearing costumes
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Stock Photo #1746-879, Ideal flora and fauna of the Liassic period including Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus, From The Popular Educator (London, c1855), Engraving
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Ideal flora and fauna of the Liassic period including Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus, From The Popular Educator (London, c185...
Ideal flora and fauna of the Liassic period including Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus, From The Popular Educator (London, c1855), Engraving
Stock Photo #4069-271, Discovery of mammoth remains by seal-hunters, Jamal Peninsula 1934
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Discovery of mammoth remains by seal-hunters, Jamal Peninsula 1934
Stock Photo #4141-57702, Digital Composite Of A Male Anchiceratops Ornatus, A Large Three-Horned Ceratopsid Dinosaur From The Late Cretaceous, Ambling By A Forest In What Is Today The State Of Alberta In Canada.
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Digital Composite Of A Male Anchiceratops Ornatus, A Large Three-Horned Ceratopsid Dinosaur From The Late Cretaceous, Ambling...
Digital Composite Of A Male Anchiceratops Ornatus, A Large Three-Horned Ceratopsid Dinosaur From The Late Cretaceous, Ambling By A Forest In What Is Today The State Of Alberta In Canada.
Stock Photo #1647R-37319, Model of a Deinonychus
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Model of a Deinonychus
Stock Photo #4128R-23509, Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 35 metres. It is thought that it lived in herds for protection against predators. Diplodocus inhabited what is now North America in the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up t...
Diplodocus dinosaur skeleton, computer artwork. Diplodocus was a giant herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to 35 metres. It is thought that it lived in herds for protection against predators. Diplodocus inhabited what is now North America in the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #1538R-52807, An illustration of two ivory billed wood pecker
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Stock Photo #4128R-15439, Suchomimus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 110 to 120 million years ago during the middle of the Cretaceous period.
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Suchomimus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 110 to 120 million years ago during the middle of the Cretaceous p...
Suchomimus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 110 to 120 million years ago during the middle of the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4128R-14871, Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
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Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late C...
Aucasaurus dinosaur. Computer artwork of an Aucasaurus, a medium sized dinosaur from Argentina that existed during the late Cretaceous, around 100 to 65 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4136R-153, Cute big brown dino
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Cute big brown dino
Stock Photo #1760-13264, c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of Hawaii Mamo Drepanis pacifica.
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c. 1893_1900 Frederick Frohawk, Native Hawaiian Birds, Vintage painting of Hawaii Mamo Drepanis pacifica.
Stock Photo #4268R-13113, Line drawing of a Pteranodon
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Line drawing of a Pteranodon
Stock Photo #1824R-75065, Message on tree trunk
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Message on tree trunk
Stock Photo #1848-478418, Recreation of a mammoth, Parc or Parque de la Ciutadella park, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, Europe
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Recreation of a mammoth, Parc or Parque de la Ciutadella park, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, Europe
Stock Photo #4128R-23396, Woolly mammoths. Computer artwork of woolly mammoths Mammuthus primigenius and bison Bison bison in a snow_covered field.
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Woolly mammoths. Computer artwork of woolly mammoths Mammuthus primigenius and bison Bison bison in a snow_covered field.
Stock Photo #1795R-25526, Child´s dinosaur project
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Child´s dinosaur project
Stock Photo #1538R-68055, Illustration of a bald eagle
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Illustration of a bald eagle
Stock Photo #4128R-16002, Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
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Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during ...
Brachiosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This is the tallest known dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It lived during the late Jurassic period, between 155 and 145 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4421-3355, Dodo (Raphus cucullatus) coloured engraving, 1757
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Dodo (Raphus cucullatus) coloured engraving, 1757
Stock Photo #1701R-10301, California, United States of America.
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California, United States of America.
Stock Photo #4409-62744, Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C. during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) using glazed blue brick with alternating rows of basrelief with dragons mushussu, also called sirrush, and aurochs. It was dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Rebuilt in 1930. An aurochs an a dragon. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
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Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C...
Mesopotamian art. Neo-Babylonian. Ishtar Gate, one of the eight gates of the inner wall of Babylon. Built in the year 575 B.C. during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) using glazed blue brick with alternating rows of basrelief with dragons mushussu, also called sirrush, and aurochs. It was dedicated to the Babylonian goddess Ishtar. Rebuilt in 1930. An aurochs an a dragon. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany.
Stock Photo #4136R-157, Cute brown dino
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Cute brown dino
Stock Photo #4128R-28121, Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now
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Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaur...
Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now
Stock Photo #4128R-14560, Kentrosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 145 to 160 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period.
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Kentrosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. This dinosaur lived 145 to 160 million years ago during the Late Jurassic period.
Stock Photo #4128R-23501, Dimetrodon, computer artwork. Dimetrodon were the dominant land predators that lived around 270 million years ago, during the Early Permian Period, and long before the dinosaurs. They were more closely related to mammals than reptiles.
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Dimetrodon, computer artwork. Dimetrodon were the dominant land predators that lived around 270 million years ago, during the...
Dimetrodon, computer artwork. Dimetrodon were the dominant land predators that lived around 270 million years ago, during the Early Permian Period, and long before the dinosaurs. They were more closely related to mammals than reptiles.
Stock Photo #4128R-37156, Artwork of a herd of triceratops dinosaurs. These animals were common in the late Cretaceous period, from around 70 million years ago until the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago. Triceratops was a herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to nine metres. It used its horns and its neck shield to defend itself against attack. Like modern plains animals, they may have lived in herds, in what is now North America.
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Artwork of a herd of triceratops dinosaurs. These animals were common in the late Cretaceous period, from around 70 million y...
Artwork of a herd of triceratops dinosaurs. These animals were common in the late Cretaceous period, from around 70 million years ago until the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago. Triceratops was a herbivorous dinosaur that could reach a length of up to nine metres. It used its horns and its neck shield to defend itself against attack. Like modern plains animals, they may have lived in herds, in what is now North America.
Stock Photo #4239-1741, On an alien world with an advanced technological history, even the scientists were amazed to learn of the discovery of android fossils, preserved almost perfectly in sedimentary rock. As yet there are no logical answers as to how this could have happened, especially since the fossils seem to be the same as the very latest state of the art models now in production.
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On an alien world with an advanced technological history, even the scientists were amazed to learn of the discovery of androi...
On an alien world with an advanced technological history, even the scientists were amazed to learn of the discovery of android fossils, preserved almost perfectly in sedimentary rock. As yet there are no logical answers as to how this could have happened, especially since the fossils seem to be the same as the very latest state of the art models now in production.
Stock Photo #1746-1390, Dodo - Raphus cucullatus, formerly Didus ineptus, extinct flightless bird from Madagascar, Copperplate engraving c1804.
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Dodo - Raphus cucullatus, formerly Didus ineptus, extinct flightless bird from Madagascar, Copperplate engraving c1804.

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