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Stock Photo #4239R-8916, Microraptor gui, a small four-winged dromaeosaur, eating a small fish. The microraptor was recently found in Xing et al 2013 to have preserved fish contents in the gut of a fossil, indicating that the animal likely preyed on fish in life.
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Microraptor gui, a small four-winged dromaeosaur, eating a small fish. The microraptor was recently found in Xing et al 2013 ...
Microraptor gui, a small four-winged dromaeosaur, eating a small fish. The microraptor was recently found in Xing et al 2013 to have preserved fish contents in the gut of a fossil, indicating that the animal likely preyed on fish in life.
Stock Photo #4239R-6715, Microraptor gui exhibits speculative onmivory by snacking on a cycad fruit.
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Microraptor gui exhibits speculative onmivory by snacking on a cycad fruit.
Stock Photo #4239R-6675, A Dodo bird hides in a dense jungle near a stream filled with large mossy boulders.
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A Dodo bird hides in a dense jungle near a stream filled with large mossy boulders.
Stock Photo #4239R-6666, An Archaeopteryx on a log above a stream.
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An Archaeopteryx on a log above a stream.
Stock Photo #4239-797, A herd of plant-eating Einiosaurus roam the plains in what is today the Two Medicine Formation in northwestern Montana
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A herd of plant-eating Einiosaurus roam the plains in what is today the Two Medicine Formation in northwestern Montana
Stock Photo #4239-790, A colorful adult male Dilophosaurus explores a hilltop that is host to Williamsonia gigas, Sago Palms, and ferns
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A colorful adult male Dilophosaurus explores a hilltop that is host to Williamsonia gigas, Sago Palms, and ferns
Stock Photo #4239-768, Two giant Moschops face off on a sandstone mesa 250 million years ago in what is today the Karoo region of South Africa
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Two giant Moschops face off on a sandstone mesa 250 million years ago in what is today the Karoo region of South Africa
Stock Photo #4239R-6676, A pair of Dodo birds waddle along a forest path.
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A pair of Dodo birds waddle along a forest path.
Stock Photo #4239-762, A herbivorous dinocephalian therapsid grazes on a hilltop 255 million years ago in what is today in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains
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A herbivorous dinocephalian therapsid grazes on a hilltop 255 million years ago in what is today in the European part of Russ...
A herbivorous dinocephalian therapsid grazes on a hilltop 255 million years ago in what is today in the European part of Russia near the Ural Mountains
Stock Photo #4239-6600, An 8-inch-long primitive jawless fish of the species Drepanaspis gemuendenensis settles on the bottom of a shallow Devonian sea 380 million years ago.
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An 8-inch-long primitive jawless fish of the species Drepanaspis gemuendenensis settles on the bottom of a shallow Devonian s...
An 8-inch-long primitive jawless fish of the species Drepanaspis gemuendenensis settles on the bottom of a shallow Devonian sea 380 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4239R-9115, A pair of Olorotitan duckbilled dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period.
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A pair of Olorotitan duckbilled dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4239-6595, An adult theropod dinosaur of the genus Caudipteryx from 125 million years ago is compared to a modern adult peacock (Pavo cristatus). Both the Caudipteryx and peacock are about 30 inches tall. * Values are estimates only based upon available paleontological data.
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An adult theropod dinosaur of the genus Caudipteryx from 125 million years ago is compared to a modern adult peacock (Pavo cr...
An adult theropod dinosaur of the genus Caudipteryx from 125 million years ago is compared to a modern adult peacock (Pavo cristatus). Both the Caudipteryx and peacock are about 30 inches tall. * Values are estimates only based upon available paleontological data.
Stock Photo #4239-6592, A Late Devonian sun sets behind a forest of tall tree-like plants of the genus Archaeopteris 385 million years ago in what is today Europe. Lounging in the shallow foreground water is an extinct lungfish of the genus Dipterus. Forests of Archaeopteris likely witnessed 24 billion sunsets.
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A Late Devonian sun sets behind a forest of tall tree-like plants of the genus Archaeopteris 385 million years ago in what is...
A Late Devonian sun sets behind a forest of tall tree-like plants of the genus Archaeopteris 385 million years ago in what is today Europe. Lounging in the shallow foreground water is an extinct lungfish of the genus Dipterus. Forests of Archaeopteris likely witnessed 24 billion sunsets.
Stock Photo #4239R-7233, A pair of juvenile troodons waiting in the hollow of a tree until their mother returns.
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A pair of juvenile troodons waiting in the hollow of a tree until their mother returns.
Stock Photo #4239-6609, A pair of 3-ton herbivorous proboscidean mammals, a male and female of the genus Platybelodon, follow a shallow stream 9 million years ago in what is today North America..
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A pair of 3-ton herbivorous proboscidean mammals, a male and female of the genus Platybelodon, follow a shallow stream 9 mill...
A pair of 3-ton herbivorous proboscidean mammals, a male and female of the genus Platybelodon, follow a shallow stream 9 million years ago in what is today North America..
Stock Photo #4239R-9264, Two Gigantspinosaurus fearful at the sight of a large Yangchuanosaurus..
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Two Gigantspinosaurus fearful at the sight of a large Yangchuanosaurus..
Stock Photo #4239-772, An Olenoides serratus trilobite scurries across a Middle Cambrian ocean floor about 500 million years ago
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An Olenoides serratus trilobite scurries across a Middle Cambrian ocean floor about 500 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-6594, Peacock-sized theropod dinosaurs of the genus Caudipteryx wander a landscape dominated by cycad-like seed plants of the genus Williamsonia 125 million years ago in what is today China. Caudipteryx was a maniraptoran with a combination of reptile and bird-like features, including soft downy feathers that covered its body and a broad feathered tail. It could not fly, but was probably a swift runner.
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Peacock-sized theropod dinosaurs of the genus Caudipteryx wander a landscape dominated by cycad-like seed plants of the genus...
Peacock-sized theropod dinosaurs of the genus Caudipteryx wander a landscape dominated by cycad-like seed plants of the genus Williamsonia 125 million years ago in what is today China. Caudipteryx was a maniraptoran with a combination of reptile and bird-like features, including soft downy feathers that covered its body and a broad feathered tail. It could not fly, but was probably a swift runner.
Stock Photo #4239-6599, 8-inch-long jawless fish of the genus Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa of the order Actiniaria (AKA sea anemones) 410 million years ago in what is today the Svalbard archipelago in Norway.
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8-inch-long jawless fish of the genus Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa of the order Actiniaria (AKA sea anemones) 410...
8-inch-long jawless fish of the genus Doryaspis swim amongst a bed of Anthozoa of the order Actiniaria (AKA sea anemones) 410 million years ago in what is today the Svalbard archipelago in Norway.
Stock Photo #4239R-9269, A Therizinosaurus emerges from the undergrowth to prevent a young Tarbosaurus in his hunt for Gallimimus.
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A Therizinosaurus emerges from the undergrowth to prevent a young Tarbosaurus in his hunt for Gallimimus.
Stock Photo #4239R-7231, An Archaeopteryx observing a flock of migrating pterosaurs.
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An Archaeopteryx observing a flock of migrating pterosaurs.
Stock Photo #4239-1905, Species from the genus Anhanguera soar 105 million years ago over what is today Brazil. Anhanguera was a flying reptile with a wingspan of 15 feet, larger than any modern bird. Its diet is believed to have consisted primarily of fish.
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Species from the genus Anhanguera soar 105 million years ago over what is today Brazil. Anhanguera was a flying reptile with ...
Species from the genus Anhanguera soar 105 million years ago over what is today Brazil. Anhanguera was a flying reptile with a wingspan of 15 feet, larger than any modern bird. Its diet is believed to have consisted primarily of fish.
Stock Photo #4239-759, A pair of carnivorous Dimetrodon explore an Early Permian landscape
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A pair of carnivorous Dimetrodon explore an Early Permian landscape
Stock Photo #4239-802, A feathered Microraptor alights atop a tree fern 120 million years ago in what is today Liaoning, China
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A feathered Microraptor alights atop a tree fern 120 million years ago in what is today Liaoning, China
Stock Photo #4239-750, This is how a forest of Calamites and Asteroxylon may have appeared just about anywhere on the Earth 390 million years ago
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This is how a forest of Calamites and Asteroxylon may have appeared just about anywhere on the Earth 390 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-800, A pair of massive Isisaurus colberti wander lush plains 70 million years ago in what is today central India
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A pair of massive Isisaurus colberti wander lush plains 70 million years ago in what is today central India
Stock Photo #4239R-9251, Kosmoceratops tramples over nesting Talos dinosaurs while fleeing from a forest fire.
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Kosmoceratops tramples over nesting Talos dinosaurs while fleeing from a forest fire.
Stock Photo #4239R-498, Artist's concept showing how the surface of the Earth may have appeared beneath its clouds about 500 million years after its birth, also known as the Hadean eon
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Artist's concept showing how the surface of the Earth may have appeared beneath its clouds about 500 million years after its ...
Artist's concept showing how the surface of the Earth may have appeared beneath its clouds about 500 million years after its birth, also known as the Hadean eon
Stock Photo #4239R-9241, Dilong paradoxus strolling around the woods in search of food. Lizard movement attracted the attention of one of them. In the thickets are five Psittacosaurus trying to blend with the environment.
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Dilong paradoxus strolling around the woods in search of food. Lizard movement attracted the attention of one of them. In the...
Dilong paradoxus strolling around the woods in search of food. Lizard movement attracted the attention of one of them. In the thickets are five Psittacosaurus trying to blend with the environment.
Stock Photo #4239-754, A forest of Cordaites and Araucaria in a rainstorm during the Late (Lopingian) Permian/Early Triassic period about 250 million years ago
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A forest of Cordaites and Araucaria in a rainstorm during the Late (Lopingian) Permian/Early Triassic period about 250 millio...
A forest of Cordaites and Araucaria in a rainstorm during the Late (Lopingian) Permian/Early Triassic period about 250 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-6612, A 17-foot-long, three ton herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur of the genus Styracosaurus samples flowers of the order Ericales amidst varieties of fern 76 million years ago in North America. Flanking the Styracosaurus are willows of the genus Salix.
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A 17-foot-long, three ton herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur of the genus Styracosaurus samples flowers of the order Ericales a...
A 17-foot-long, three ton herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur of the genus Styracosaurus samples flowers of the order Ericales amidst varieties of fern 76 million years ago in North America. Flanking the Styracosaurus are willows of the genus Salix.
Stock Photo #1566-1380034, Kaspar Maria von Sternberg or Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, 1761-1838, a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost, entomologist and botanist, the Father of Paleobotany.
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Kaspar Maria von Sternberg or Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, 1761-1838, a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost, entomo...
Kaspar Maria von Sternberg or Caspar Maria, Count Sternberg, 1761-1838, a Bohemian theologian, mineralogist, geognost, entomologist and botanist, the Father of Paleobotany.
Stock Photo #4239-6605, 20-foot-long, 1-ton mahajangasuchid crocodyliforms of the genus Kaprosuchus mill about at water's edge near a baobab tree 95 million years ago in what is today Africa.
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20-foot-long, 1-ton mahajangasuchid crocodyliforms of the genus Kaprosuchus mill about at water's edge near a baobab tree 95 ...
20-foot-long, 1-ton mahajangasuchid crocodyliforms of the genus Kaprosuchus mill about at water's edge near a baobab tree 95 million years ago in what is today Africa.
Stock Photo #4239-771, A smack, or swarm, of jellyfish swim the Panthalassic Ocean 500 million years ago during the Cambrian Period
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A smack, or swarm, of jellyfish swim the Panthalassic Ocean 500 million years ago during the Cambrian Period
Stock Photo #4239-6611, A 15-foot-long, 500 pound rauisuchian archosaur of the genus Prestosuchus wanders amidst cycads and ferns in a swamp 230 million years ago in what is today Brazil.
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A 15-foot-long, 500 pound rauisuchian archosaur of the genus Prestosuchus wanders amidst cycads and ferns in a swamp 230 mill...
A 15-foot-long, 500 pound rauisuchian archosaur of the genus Prestosuchus wanders amidst cycads and ferns in a swamp 230 million years ago in what is today Brazil.
Stock Photo #4239-6578, A group of Diplodocus dinosaurs grazing a freshwater lake from the Jurassic Era.
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A group of Diplodocus dinosaurs grazing a freshwater lake from the Jurassic Era.
Stock Photo #4239-753, Calamites of varying size (10 to 50 feet tall) populate lowlands near the brackish waters of an inland sea
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Calamites of varying size (10 to 50 feet tall) populate lowlands near the brackish waters of an inland sea
Stock Photo #4239-765, A giant Meganeura with a 30-inch wingspan, resembling and related to present-day dragonflies, is witness to a sunrise in a Carboniferous fern forest from over 300 million years ago
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A giant Meganeura with a 30-inch wingspan, resembling and related to present-day dragonflies, is witness to a sunrise in a Ca...
A giant Meganeura with a 30-inch wingspan, resembling and related to present-day dragonflies, is witness to a sunrise in a Carboniferous fern forest from over 300 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239R-7213, An group of Ankylosaurid dinosaurs from the early Cretaceous in Western North America.
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An group of Ankylosaurid dinosaurs from the early Cretaceous in Western North America.
Stock Photo #4239R-9242, A large carnivorous Dracovenator chasing a group of Heterodontosaurus dinosaurs during the Early Jurassic period.
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A large carnivorous Dracovenator chasing a group of Heterodontosaurus dinosaurs during the Early Jurassic period.
Stock Photo #4239R-9246, Erlikosaurus andrewsi dinosaurs in a prehistoric environment from the Late Cretaceous Period.
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Erlikosaurus andrewsi dinosaurs in a prehistoric environment from the Late Cretaceous Period.
Stock Photo #4239-6572, A group of herbivorous Parasaurolophus duckbill dinosaurs feeding during the Cretaceous Era.
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A group of herbivorous Parasaurolophus duckbill dinosaurs feeding during the Cretaceous Era.
Stock Photo #4332-1676, Fossil leaves exposed on eroded boulders of the Chickaloon Formation, Tertiary period of the Cenozoic Era, shore of Cook Inlet south of Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
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Fossil leaves exposed on eroded boulders of the Chickaloon Formation, Tertiary period of the Cenozoic Era, shore of Cook Inle...
Fossil leaves exposed on eroded boulders of the Chickaloon Formation, Tertiary period of the Cenozoic Era, shore of Cook Inlet south of Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
Stock Photo #4239-6610, A 12-foot-long, 1,000 pound rauisuchian archosaur of the genus Postosuchus wanders a hilltop 220 million years ago in what is today Texas.
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A 12-foot-long, 1,000 pound rauisuchian archosaur of the genus Postosuchus wanders a hilltop 220 million years ago in what is...
A 12-foot-long, 1,000 pound rauisuchian archosaur of the genus Postosuchus wanders a hilltop 220 million years ago in what is today Texas.
Stock Photo #4239R-7529, A large Glyptodon stands near the edge of a stream. Glyptodons were giant cousins of the armadillo that lived in South and Central America during the last ice age. æThere were about the size of a small car and ate the tougher grasses and plants that grew on river banks and lake shores. They went extinct about 10,000 years ago. They were likely hunted by humans and people may have actually used the shells for storm shelters.
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A large Glyptodon stands near the edge of a stream. Glyptodons were giant cousins of the armadillo that lived in South and Ce...
A large Glyptodon stands near the edge of a stream. Glyptodons were giant cousins of the armadillo that lived in South and Central America during the last ice age. æThere were about the size of a small car and ate the tougher grasses and plants that grew on river banks and lake shores. They went extinct about 10,000 years ago. They were likely hunted by humans and people may have actually used the shells for storm shelters.
Stock Photo #4239R-6823, Kileskus aristotocus of the Middle Jurassic Period.
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Kileskus aristotocus of the Middle Jurassic Period.
Stock Photo #4239R-1658, Thousands of individual Aglaophyton populate an Early Devonian bay (in this case the remains of an ancient crater) 415 million years ago
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Thousands of individual Aglaophyton populate an Early Devonian bay (in this case the remains of an ancient crater) 415 millio...
Thousands of individual Aglaophyton populate an Early Devonian bay (in this case the remains of an ancient crater) 415 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-786, A ten-foot-long Crichtonsaurus crosses paths with a pair of frogs deep within a Cretaceous forest 95 million years ago
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A ten-foot-long Crichtonsaurus crosses paths with a pair of frogs deep within a Cretaceous forest 95 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-761, Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus mirabilis face off in a Paleozoic lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains
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Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus mirabilis face off in a Paleozoic lake 255 million years ago in what...
Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus mirabilis face off in a Paleozoic lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains
Stock Photo #4239-777, Three carnivorous Coelophysis, one male and two females, walk amongst a forest of prehistoric Araucaria evergreens
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Three carnivorous Coelophysis, one male and two females, walk amongst a forest of prehistoric Araucaria evergreens
Stock Photo #4239R-8701, Two Microraptor birds fly in to join another sitting on an old skeleton as Zuniceratops dinosaurs come down to the river for a drink.
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Two Microraptor birds fly in to join another sitting on an old skeleton as Zuniceratops dinosaurs come down to the river for ...
Two Microraptor birds fly in to join another sitting on an old skeleton as Zuniceratops dinosaurs come down to the river for a drink.
Stock Photo #4239R-7214, The late Triassic period circa 215 million years ago, featuring the large prosauropod Plateosaurus and the early dinosaur predator Ceolophysis
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The late Triassic period circa 215 million years ago, featuring the large prosauropod Plateosaurus and the early dinosaur pre...
The late Triassic period circa 215 million years ago, featuring the large prosauropod Plateosaurus and the early dinosaur predator Ceolophysis
Stock Photo #4239-755, A forest of Cordaites & Araucaria silhouetted against a colorful sunset during the Late (Lopingian) Permian/Early Triassic period about 250 million years ago
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A forest of Cordaites & Araucaria silhouetted against a colorful sunset during the Late (Lopingian) Permian/Early Triassic pe...
A forest of Cordaites & Araucaria silhouetted against a colorful sunset during the Late (Lopingian) Permian/Early Triassic period about 250 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-751, A Carboniferous forest of Midwestern North America 350 million years ago featuring Lepidodendron aculeatum (resembling feather dusters on long sticks), Sigillaria scutellata (resembling toilet bowl brushes), Asteroxylon mackiei (at this scale may be mistaken for grass), and ferns
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A Carboniferous forest of Midwestern North America 350 million years ago featuring Lepidodendron aculeatum (resembling feathe...
A Carboniferous forest of Midwestern North America 350 million years ago featuring Lepidodendron aculeatum (resembling feather dusters on long sticks), Sigillaria scutellata (resembling toilet bowl brushes), Asteroxylon mackiei (at this scale may be mistaken for grass), and ferns
Stock Photo #4239-776, During the late Jurassic period, Europe was a dry, tropical archipelago
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During the late Jurassic period, Europe was a dry, tropical archipelago
Stock Photo #4239-1907, A rat-sized Purgatorius hides amongst the undergrowth of a cretaceous forest while a 30 foot long, 2,000 pound tyrannosaur forages for its next meal in what is today the western United States.
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A rat-sized Purgatorius hides amongst the undergrowth of a cretaceous forest while a 30 foot long, 2,000 pound tyrannosaur fo...
A rat-sized Purgatorius hides amongst the undergrowth of a cretaceous forest while a 30 foot long, 2,000 pound tyrannosaur forages for its next meal in what is today the western United States.
Stock Photo #4239R-6836, Scutosaurus karpinskii in prehistoric waters.
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Scutosaurus karpinskii in prehistoric waters.
Stock Photo #4239R-8696, A hapless Plesiosaurus becomes a meal for the much larger Liopleurodon aquatic reptile.
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A hapless Plesiosaurus becomes a meal for the much larger Liopleurodon aquatic reptile.
Stock Photo #4239R-6667, Archaeopteryx on the shore of a river.
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Archaeopteryx on the shore of a river.
Stock Photo #4239-6591, A 30-foot-long, 10 ton juvenile titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur of the genus Antarctosaurus is approached from behind by a 25-foot-long, two ton adult abelisaurid theropod dinosaur of the genus Abelisaurus
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A 30-foot-long, 10 ton juvenile titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur of the genus Antarctosaurus is approached from behind by a 25...
A 30-foot-long, 10 ton juvenile titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur of the genus Antarctosaurus is approached from behind by a 25-foot-long, two ton adult abelisaurid theropod dinosaur of the genus Abelisaurus
Stock Photo #4239-752, A Carboniferous forest of Midwestern North America 350 million years ago featuring Lepidodendron aculeatum (resembling feather dusters on long sticks), Sigillaria scutellata (resembling toilet bowl brushes), Asteroxylon mackiei (at this scale may be mistaken for grass), and ferns
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A Carboniferous forest of Midwestern North America 350 million years ago featuring Lepidodendron aculeatum (resembling feathe...
A Carboniferous forest of Midwestern North America 350 million years ago featuring Lepidodendron aculeatum (resembling feather dusters on long sticks), Sigillaria scutellata (resembling toilet bowl brushes), Asteroxylon mackiei (at this scale may be mistaken for grass), and ferns
Stock Photo #4239-6606, Squid-like Orthoceratites (genus Orthoceras) attempt to make meals of trilobites of the species Asaphus kowalewskii at the bottom of an Ordovician sea 480 million years ago.
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Squid-like Orthoceratites (genus Orthoceras) attempt to make meals of trilobites of the species Asaphus kowalewskii at the bo...
Squid-like Orthoceratites (genus Orthoceras) attempt to make meals of trilobites of the species Asaphus kowalewskii at the bottom of an Ordovician sea 480 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4239R-6679, A pair of Dodo birds drinking at a river.
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A pair of Dodo birds drinking at a river.
Stock Photo #4239-812, A massive, 30-ton Shonisaurus, the largest known ichthyosaur (marine reptile) attempts to make a meal of a school of squid-like Belemnites
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A massive, 30-ton Shonisaurus, the largest known ichthyosaur (marine reptile) attempts to make a meal of a school of squid-li...
A massive, 30-ton Shonisaurus, the largest known ichthyosaur (marine reptile) attempts to make a meal of a school of squid-like Belemnites
Stock Photo #4239R-8630, Three Doedicuris grazing on grassy plains with some giant ground sloths in the background. This could be a scene from Argentina with the Andes in the background and the trees being Monkey Puzzle trees, Parana Pines and pampas grasses. Doedicurus was a herbivorous Glyptodont that lived during the Pleistocene period from 2 million to as recent as 11,000 years ago. They lived in North and South America along open forests and grasslands.
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Three Doedicuris grazing on grassy plains with some giant ground sloths in the background. This could be a scene from Argenti...
Three Doedicuris grazing on grassy plains with some giant ground sloths in the background. This could be a scene from Argentina with the Andes in the background and the trees being Monkey Puzzle trees, Parana Pines and pampas grasses. Doedicurus was a herbivorous Glyptodont that lived during the Pleistocene period from 2 million to as recent as 11,000 years ago. They lived in North and South America along open forests and grasslands.
Stock Photo #4332-2072, Fossil leaves exposed on eroded boulders of the Chickaloon Formation, Tertiary period of the Cenozoic Era, shore of Cook Inlet south of Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
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Fossil leaves exposed on eroded boulders of the Chickaloon Formation, Tertiary period of the Cenozoic Era, shore of Cook Inle...
Fossil leaves exposed on eroded boulders of the Chickaloon Formation, Tertiary period of the Cenozoic Era, shore of Cook Inlet south of Anchor Point, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
Stock Photo #4239-801, In a scene 75 million years ago from what's now Montana, a six ton male Lambeosaurus rears onto its massive hind legs in response to a possible threat, while a female and juvenile Lambeosaurus drink near the river's edge
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In a scene 75 million years ago from what's now Montana, a six ton male Lambeosaurus rears onto its massive hind legs in resp...
In a scene 75 million years ago from what's now Montana, a six ton male Lambeosaurus rears onto its massive hind legs in response to a possible threat, while a female and juvenile Lambeosaurus drink near the river's edge
Stock Photo #4239-766, Resembling modern flowers, species of the genus Dinomischus populate the ocean floor about 505 million years ago
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Resembling modern flowers, species of the genus Dinomischus populate the ocean floor about 505 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239-7324, A herd of herbivorous Parasaurolophus dinosaurs grazing during Earth's Cretaceous Period.
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A herd of herbivorous Parasaurolophus dinosaurs grazing during Earth's Cretaceous Period.
Stock Photo #4239R-7212, Carboniferous plants and animals of the Eastern United States circa 300 million years ago.
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Carboniferous plants and animals of the Eastern United States circa 300 million years ago.
Stock Photo #4239R-6833, Styracosaurus in a forest.
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Styracosaurus in a forest.
Stock Photo #4239R-7228, A Concavenator corcovatus running on the beach.
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A Concavenator corcovatus running on the beach.
Stock Photo #4239-745, An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian ocean floor about 500 million years ago
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An Anomalocaris explores a Middle Cambrian ocean floor about 500 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239R-7221, At the end of the age of dinosaurs, a lone Tyrannosaurus Rex scavenges while a Quetzalcoatlus watches from above, hoping for leftovers.
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At the end of the age of dinosaurs, a lone Tyrannosaurus Rex scavenges while a Quetzalcoatlus watches from above, hoping for ...
At the end of the age of dinosaurs, a lone Tyrannosaurus Rex scavenges while a Quetzalcoatlus watches from above, hoping for leftovers.
Stock Photo #4239-769, Portuguese Man o' War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean 500 million years ago
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Portuguese Man o' War swarm over the surface of a Cambrian ocean 500 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239R-9114, A lone Olorotitan duckbilled dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.
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A lone Olorotitan duckbilled dinosaur from the Cretaceous period.
Stock Photo #4239R-9110, A herd of Omeisaurus sauropod dinosaurs grazing during the Jurassic period.
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A herd of Omeisaurus sauropod dinosaurs grazing during the Jurassic period.
Stock Photo #4239-6598, Primitive lungfish (fish equipped with rudimentary lungs as well as gills) of the genus Dipterus emerge from a Late Devonian fresh water lake 385 million years ago in what is today North America.
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Primitive lungfish (fish equipped with rudimentary lungs as well as gills) of the genus Dipterus emerge from a Late Devonian ...
Primitive lungfish (fish equipped with rudimentary lungs as well as gills) of the genus Dipterus emerge from a Late Devonian fresh water lake 385 million years ago in what is today North America.
Stock Photo #4239-805, Nedoceratops (formerly known as Diceratops) graze beneath a giant Oak tree 75 million years ago in what is today Wyoming
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Nedoceratops (formerly known as Diceratops) graze beneath a giant Oak tree 75 million years ago in what is today Wyoming
Stock Photo #4239-749, Calamites of varying size (10 to 50 feet tall) populate lowlands near the brackish waters of an inland sea
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Calamites of varying size (10 to 50 feet tall) populate lowlands near the brackish waters of an inland sea
Stock Photo #4239-1906, Deinotherium traverse the rolling plains of what is today Europe.
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Deinotherium traverse the rolling plains of what is today Europe.
Stock Photo #4239-6602, A ten-foot-long, 600 pound synapsid of the genus Edaphosaurus forages in a brackish mangrove-like swamp of gymnosperms of the genus Cordaites 300 million years ago in what is today Western Europe.
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A ten-foot-long, 600 pound synapsid of the genus Edaphosaurus forages in a brackish mangrove-like swamp of gymnosperms of the...
A ten-foot-long, 600 pound synapsid of the genus Edaphosaurus forages in a brackish mangrove-like swamp of gymnosperms of the genus Cordaites 300 million years ago in what is today Western Europe.
Stock Photo #4239R-7253, The Portuguese Man O' War is a dangerous jellyfish which stings its prey with poisonous tentacles.
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The Portuguese Man O' War is a dangerous jellyfish which stings its prey with poisonous tentacles.
Stock Photo #4239-828, A Paraceratherium mother grazes on leaves and twigs of a poplar tree while her infant son stands nearby in a scene from 30 million years ago during the Rupelian Stage of the Oligocene Epoch in northwest China
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A Paraceratherium mother grazes on leaves and twigs of a poplar tree while her infant son stands nearby in a scene from 30 mi...
A Paraceratherium mother grazes on leaves and twigs of a poplar tree while her infant son stands nearby in a scene from 30 million years ago during the Rupelian Stage of the Oligocene Epoch in northwest China
Stock Photo #4239R-7227, Two Citipati's hunting crabs.
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Two Citipati's hunting crabs.
Stock Photo #4239R-6677, A group of Dodo birds crossing a natural bridge over a stream.
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A group of Dodo birds crossing a natural bridge over a stream.
Stock Photo #4239-6562, A large female Deinotherium with her twin calves during Earth's Pleistocene Era. Deinotherium are ancestors of modern day elephants.
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A large female Deinotherium with her twin calves during Earth's Pleistocene Era. Deinotherium are ancestors of modern day ele...
A large female Deinotherium with her twin calves during Earth's Pleistocene Era. Deinotherium are ancestors of modern day elephants.
Stock Photo #4239R-7512, Liopleurodon eating an ammonite. Liopleurodon are large carnivorous marine reptiles from the Jurassic era.
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Liopleurodon eating an ammonite. Liopleurodon are large carnivorous marine reptiles from the Jurassic era.
Stock Photo #4239-1904, A Late Devonian Ichthyostega submerged in a floodplain 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic.
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A Late Devonian Ichthyostega submerged in a floodplain 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic.
Stock Photo #4239-804, A two ton, 15 foot long Nedoceratops wanders a Cretaceous forest 70 million years ago in what is today Wyoming
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A two ton, 15 foot long Nedoceratops wanders a Cretaceous forest 70 million years ago in what is today Wyoming
Stock Photo #4239R-6825, TwoAllosaurus europaeus with a Hypsilophodon foxii in mouth as its next meal.
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TwoAllosaurus europaeus with a Hypsilophodon foxii in mouth as its next meal.
Stock Photo #4239-7325, A pair of Parasaurolophus duckbill dinosaurs during Earth's Cretaceous Period.
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A pair of Parasaurolophus duckbill dinosaurs during Earth's Cretaceous Period.
Stock Photo #4239-6597, 15-foot-long, 750 pound aetosaurian archosaurs of the genus Desmatosuchus search for edible roots amidst cycads and ferns 230 million years ago in what is today Texas.
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15-foot-long, 750 pound aetosaurian archosaurs of the genus Desmatosuchus search for edible roots amidst cycads and ferns 230...
15-foot-long, 750 pound aetosaurian archosaurs of the genus Desmatosuchus search for edible roots amidst cycads and ferns 230 million years ago in what is today Texas.
Stock Photo #4239-748, A 12-inch long armored Bothriolepis glides along the bottom of a flooded plain 380 million years ago during the Late Devonian
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A 12-inch long armored Bothriolepis glides along the bottom of a flooded plain 380 million years ago during the Late Devonian
Stock Photo #4239-756, Dimetrodon was the apex predator of its time
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Dimetrodon was the apex predator of its time
Stock Photo #4239-747, Several Bothriolepis emerge from a shallow tributary onto dry land 380 million years ago during the Late Devonian
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Several Bothriolepis emerge from a shallow tributary onto dry land 380 million years ago during the Late Devonian
Stock Photo #4239-811, A pair of 50 ton Sauroposeidon feed on the leaves of an American Sycamore 110 million years ago during the Early Cretaceous Period in what is today southeastern Oklahoma
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A pair of 50 ton Sauroposeidon feed on the leaves of an American Sycamore 110 million years ago during the Early Cretaceous P...
A pair of 50 ton Sauroposeidon feed on the leaves of an American Sycamore 110 million years ago during the Early Cretaceous Period in what is today southeastern Oklahoma
Stock Photo #4239R-9250, Jeholornis prima perched on a tree branch during the Early Cretaceous Period of China.
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Jeholornis prima perched on a tree branch during the Early Cretaceous Period of China.
Stock Photo #4239R-6827, Holoptychius nobilissimus, Tulerpeton and Moythomasia, all prehistoric fish from the Devonian period.
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Holoptychius nobilissimus, Tulerpeton and Moythomasia, all prehistoric fish from the Devonian period.
Stock Photo #4239-7310, A herd of Omeisaurus sauropod dinosaurs feeding from a lush feeding ground filled with healthy green vegetation.
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A herd of Omeisaurus sauropod dinosaurs feeding from a lush feeding ground filled with healthy green vegetation.
Stock Photo #4239R-9245, Epidexipteryx dinosaur perched on a branch ready to eat a nearby spider.
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Epidexipteryx dinosaur perched on a branch ready to eat a nearby spider.
Stock Photo #4239-6604, Silu-Devonian land plants with branching axes of the genus Gosslingia populate the surface of an ancient Earth. Growing barely 12 inches high, these earliest land plants may have encouraged pioneering vertebrates to emerge from the water in search of food.
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Silu-Devonian land plants with branching axes of the genus Gosslingia populate the surface of an ancient Earth. Growing barel...
Silu-Devonian land plants with branching axes of the genus Gosslingia populate the surface of an ancient Earth. Growing barely 12 inches high, these earliest land plants may have encouraged pioneering vertebrates to emerge from the water in search of food.
Stock Photo #4239-7304, A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers hunting down a young Deinotherium.
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A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers hunting down a young Deinotherium.
Stock Photo #4239-763, 385 million years ago, near the end of the Devonian period, the first trees began to populate the Earth
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385 million years ago, near the end of the Devonian period, the first trees began to populate the Earth
Stock Photo #4239-6568, A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers stalking a family of Deinotherium in hopes they can catch the two adults off guard, and possibly attack their young calf.
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A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers stalking a family of Deinotherium in hopes they can catch the two adults off guard, and possib...
A pair of Sabre-Toothed Tigers stalking a family of Deinotherium in hopes they can catch the two adults off guard, and possibly attack their young calf.
Stock Photo #4239R-7229, An Epidexipteryx reacts aggressively in a Jurassic forest.
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An Epidexipteryx reacts aggressively in a Jurassic forest.
Stock Photo #4239R-8808, Large Argentinosaurus dinosaur eating small plants while surrounded with butterflies and flowers.
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Large Argentinosaurus dinosaur eating small plants while surrounded with butterflies and flowers.
Stock Photo #4239-764, A Late Devonian Ichthyostega emerges from waters of a floodplain 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic
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A Late Devonian Ichthyostega emerges from waters of a floodplain 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic
Stock Photo #4239-767, A species of Pirania, a primitive sponge that populated the ocean floors about 505 million years ago
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A species of Pirania, a primitive sponge that populated the ocean floors about 505 million years ago
Stock Photo #4239R-6678, A pair of Dodo birds who have left the confines of the jungle and wandered closer to the beach to play a game of hide-and-seek. Note: these two are apparently not very good at the game.
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A pair of Dodo birds who have left the confines of the jungle and wandered closer to the beach to play a game of hide-and-see...
A pair of Dodo birds who have left the confines of the jungle and wandered closer to the beach to play a game of hide-and-seek. Note: these two are apparently not very good at the game.
Stock Photo #4239-760, An Estemmenosuchus mirabilis stands before a lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains
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An Estemmenosuchus mirabilis stands before a lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the U...
An Estemmenosuchus mirabilis stands before a lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains
Stock Photo #4239-770, A smack, or swarm, of jellyfish swim the Panthalassic Ocean 500 million years ago during the Cambrian Period
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A smack, or swarm, of jellyfish swim the Panthalassic Ocean 500 million years ago during the Cambrian Period
Stock Photo #4239-775, An Allosaurus stumbles upon a grazing Stegosaurus in a Jurassic Redwood forest
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An Allosaurus stumbles upon a grazing Stegosaurus in a Jurassic Redwood forest
Stock Photo #4239-1903, A close-up of a three foot long Ichthyostega from the Late Devonian Period 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic.
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A close-up of a three foot long Ichthyostega from the Late Devonian Period 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadia...
A close-up of a three foot long Ichthyostega from the Late Devonian Period 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic.
Stock Photo #4239-6601, A 30-foot-long, four-ton hypercarnivorous apex predator of the species Dunkleosteus terrellix is about to make a meal of a six-foot-long primitive shark of the genus Cladoselache 370 million years ago in the Rheic Ocean near what is today North America.
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A 30-foot-long, four-ton hypercarnivorous apex predator of the species Dunkleosteus terrellix is about to make a meal of a si...
A 30-foot-long, four-ton hypercarnivorous apex predator of the species Dunkleosteus terrellix is about to make a meal of a six-foot-long primitive shark of the genus Cladoselache 370 million years ago in the Rheic Ocean near what is today North America.
Stock Photo #4239R-6785, Two Variraptor mechinorum rest in the shadow of a cycad in the Campanian (Late Cretaceous) of Europe.
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Two Variraptor mechinorum rest in the shadow of a cycad in the Campanian (Late Cretaceous) of Europe.
Stock Photo #4239-6556, A lone carnivorous Sabre-Toothed Tiger looks down across a vast plain where a herd of Deinotherium graze during Earth's Pleistocene Era.
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A lone carnivorous Sabre-Toothed Tiger looks down across a vast plain where a herd of Deinotherium graze during Earth's Pleis...
A lone carnivorous Sabre-Toothed Tiger looks down across a vast plain where a herd of Deinotherium graze during Earth's Pleistocene Era.

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