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Stock Photo #4239R-5900, Eurhinosaurus longirostris swimming in prehistoric waters.
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Eurhinosaurus longirostris swimming in prehistoric waters.
Stock Photo #4268R-10887, Anatomical illustration of a Cephalaspid prehistoric fish, underside of head and internal head structure
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Anatomical illustration of a Cephalaspid prehistoric fish, underside of head and internal head structure
Stock Photo #4378-1327, Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur.
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Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur.
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 #4239-827, A pack of dire wolves crosses paths with two mammoths 150 thousand years ago during the Upper (Tarantian) Pleistocene Epoch in North America
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A pack of dire wolves crosses paths with two mammoths 150 thousand years ago during the Upper (Tarantian) Pleistocene Epoch i...
A pack of dire wolves crosses paths with two mammoths 150 thousand years ago during the Upper (Tarantian) Pleistocene Epoch in North America
Stock Photo #1596R-1131, Side view of a paleontologist examining fossils in a laboratory, Stonerose Interpretive Center and Eocene Fossil Site, Republic, Washington State, USA
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Side view of a paleontologist examining fossils in a laboratory, Stonerose Interpretive Center and Eocene Fossil Site, Republ...
Side view of a paleontologist examining fossils in a laboratory, Stonerose Interpretive Center and Eocene Fossil Site, Republic, Washington State, USA
Stock Photo #1824R-90239, Petrified wood
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Petrified wood
Stock Photo #4170R-5743, Boy breaking out of an egg with a girl lying on a dinosaur
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Boy breaking out of an egg with a girl lying on a dinosaur
Stock Photo #4378-1332, Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
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Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4239R-7506, Several Tuna fish try to escape from a huge Megalodon shark in prehistoric times.
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Several Tuna fish try to escape from a huge Megalodon shark in prehistoric times.
Stock Photo #4239-779, A six ton, 27 foot long Pentaceratops wonders a Cretaceous forest 75 million years ago in what is today the southwestern United States
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A six ton, 27 foot long Pentaceratops wonders a Cretaceous forest 75 million years ago in what is today the southwestern Unit...
A six ton, 27 foot long Pentaceratops wonders a Cretaceous forest 75 million years ago in what is today the southwestern United States
Stock Photo #1846-3418, Groom in prayer position with fort in the background, Meherangarh Fort, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
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Groom in prayer position with fort in the background, Meherangarh Fort, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
Stock Photo #4187-32144, Fish Fossil from Devonian Era,Fish fossil from the Devonian Era showing similar bones to our arms and legs. The Devonian Era was over 400 million years ago. | Location: Cambridge, England, UK.
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Fish Fossil from Devonian Era,Fish fossil from the Devonian Era showing similar bones to our arms and legs. The Devonian Era ...
Fish Fossil from Devonian Era,Fish fossil from the Devonian Era showing similar bones to our arms and legs. The Devonian Era was over 400 million years ago. | Location: Cambridge, England, UK.
Stock Photo #4409-61186, Reconstruction of a nest with eggs of Maiasaura peeblesorum, ornithopod dinosaur. Upper Cretaceous. Campanian. 80-70 million years. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
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Reconstruction of a nest with eggs of Maiasaura peeblesorum, ornithopod dinosaur. Upper Cretaceous. Campanian. 80-70 million ...
Reconstruction of a nest with eggs of Maiasaura peeblesorum, ornithopod dinosaur. Upper Cretaceous. Campanian. 80-70 million years. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
Stock Photo #1525R-88467,
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Stock Photo #4378-1319, Model of a Aucasauruseye dinosaur.
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Model of a Aucasauruseye dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4175-6827, ammonites - Fossils
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ammonites - Fossils
Stock Photo #1788-56959, Encrinus carnal fossils, Crinoidea, Middle Triassic Epoch, Germany.
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Encrinus carnal fossils, Crinoidea, Middle Triassic Epoch, Germany.
Stock Photo #1525R-111530, Blurred toy Tyrannosaurus dinosaur.
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Blurred toy Tyrannosaurus dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4239R-5825, A school of Lemonpeel Angelfish swim by Plesiosaurus dinosaurs.
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A school of Lemonpeel Angelfish swim by Plesiosaurus dinosaurs.
Stock Photo #4239R-8702, Albertaceratops, a member of ceratopsian dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous Era.
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Albertaceratops, a member of ceratopsian dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous Era.
Stock Photo #4378-1271, Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
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Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4175-10741, harsh fish Underwater fish pisces
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harsh fish Underwater fish pisces
Stock Photo #4239R-9554, This is how the western hemisphere of the Earth may have appeared 200 million years ago during the Early Jurassic period. North is at the top. During this period continental drift, driven by the massive forces of plate tectonics, had just begun to break the supercontinent of Pangea into Laurasia in the north and Gondwana in the south.
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This is how the western hemisphere of the Earth may have appeared 200 million years ago during the Early Jurassic period. Nor...
This is how the western hemisphere of the Earth may have appeared 200 million years ago during the Early Jurassic period. North is at the top. During this period continental drift, driven by the massive forces of plate tectonics, had just begun to break the supercontinent of Pangea into Laurasia in the north and Gondwana in the south.
Stock Photo #442-35826, Close-up of reconstructed head of Tarascosaurus dinosaur, Dinosauria, Esperaza, Aude, Languedoc-Rousillon, France
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Close-up of reconstructed head of Tarascosaurus dinosaur, Dinosauria, Esperaza, Aude, Languedoc-Rousillon, France
Stock Photo #1824R-90268, Fossil plant
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Fossil plant
Stock Photo #4239-826, A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia
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A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia
Stock Photo #1788-56995, Euzosonoma fossil, Ophiuroidea, Devonian Period.
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Euzosonoma fossil, Ophiuroidea, Devonian Period.
Stock Photo #4239R-8656, Dolichorhynchops is an extinct genus of short-neck Plesiosaur from the Cretaceous Period and lived in the oceans of North America.
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Dolichorhynchops is an extinct genus of short-neck Plesiosaur from the Cretaceous Period and lived in the oceans of North Ame...
Dolichorhynchops is an extinct genus of short-neck Plesiosaur from the Cretaceous Period and lived in the oceans of North America.
Stock Photo #4268R-5876, Illustration of a Cephalaspid prehistoric fish, side view
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Illustration of a Cephalaspid prehistoric fish, side view
Stock Photo #1788-5455, Illustration representing Mixosaurus swimming
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Illustration representing Mixosaurus swimming
Stock Photo #442-35824, Skeletons of dinosaur in a museum, Dinosauria, Esperaza, Aude, Languedoc-Rousillon, France
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Skeletons of dinosaur in a museum, Dinosauria, Esperaza, Aude, Languedoc-Rousillon, France
Stock Photo #4239R-8717, Kaprosuchus is an extinct genus of crocodile from the Upper Cretaceous of Niger, Africa.
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Kaprosuchus is an extinct genus of crocodile from the Upper Cretaceous of Niger, Africa.
Stock Photo #4378-1339, Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur.
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Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur.
Stock Photo #1830-73939, Close-up of a globe
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Close-up of a globe
Stock Photo #1647R-214466, Fish Fossil
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Fish Fossil
Stock Photo #1829-55651, USA, Chicago, skeleton of dinosaur in frond of skyline
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USA, Chicago, skeleton of dinosaur in frond of skyline
Stock Photo #1788-15118, Nuragic civilization, globular vases, from hypogeal temple of Su Benatzu of Santadi Cave, Cagliari Province, Sardinia
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Nuragic civilization, globular vases, from hypogeal temple of Su Benatzu of Santadi Cave, Cagliari Province, Sardinia
Stock Photo #4239-778, A 20 foot long Albertaceratops wanders a Cretaceous forest 77 million years ago in what is today Alberta, Canada
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A 20 foot long Albertaceratops wanders a Cretaceous forest 77 million years ago in what is today Alberta, Canada
Stock Photo #1788-58068, Belemnoidea fossils, Cephalopoda.
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Belemnoidea fossils, Cephalopoda.
Stock Photo #4239-816, A five ton, 25 foot long male Torosaurus drinks from a river bordered by ferns and Bald Cypress in what is today southeastern Wyoming
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A five ton, 25 foot long male Torosaurus drinks from a river bordered by ferns and Bald Cypress in what is today southeastern...
A five ton, 25 foot long male Torosaurus drinks from a river bordered by ferns and Bald Cypress in what is today southeastern Wyoming
Stock Photo #1626R-20682, Petroglyph
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Petroglyph
Stock Photo #1566-1346279, Colorful and glowing sea nettle jellyfish swimming
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Colorful and glowing sea nettle jellyfish swimming
Stock Photo #4268R-6723, Illustration of prehistoric Sloth feeding on leaves with long tonge
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Illustration of prehistoric Sloth feeding on leaves with long tonge
Stock Photo #4239R-8664, The Megalodon shark was an enormous predator in the Cenozoic Era of prehistoric Earth.
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The Megalodon shark was an enormous predator in the Cenozoic Era of prehistoric Earth.
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 #4239-6485, Ambulocetus natans, an early cetacean that lived in the Early Eocene epoch during the Cenozoic Era. Ambulocetus is an ancestor of modern day whales. Acrylics and colored pencil.
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Ambulocetus natans, an early cetacean that lived in the Early Eocene epoch during the Cenozoic Era. Ambulocetus is an ancesto...
Ambulocetus natans, an early cetacean that lived in the Early Eocene epoch during the Cenozoic Era. Ambulocetus is an ancestor of modern day whales. Acrylics and colored pencil.
Stock Photo #4378-1268, Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
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Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
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 #1491R-1202635, Knightia eocaena, a prehistoric type of herring is the state fossil of Wyoming. These came from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. This illustrates a crowd going after the same prize.
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Knightia eocaena, a prehistoric type of herring is the state fossil of Wyoming. These came from the Green River Formation in ...
Knightia eocaena, a prehistoric type of herring is the state fossil of Wyoming. These came from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. This illustrates a crowd going after the same prize.
Stock Photo #4239R-9563, Zhenyuanopterus is the genus of a moderately large pterosaur with a wingspan of about 12 feet and weight of about 50 pounds. Known for its long needle-like teeth, this flying reptile soared in the skies of Early Cretaceous China about 125 million years ago and likely fed upon fish.
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Zhenyuanopterus is the genus of a moderately large pterosaur with a wingspan of about 12 feet and weight of about 50 pounds. ...
Zhenyuanopterus is the genus of a moderately large pterosaur with a wingspan of about 12 feet and weight of about 50 pounds. Known for its long needle-like teeth, this flying reptile soared in the skies of Early Cretaceous China about 125 million years ago and likely fed upon fish.
Stock Photo #1566-1001940, Shrine of the Stone Lions Pueblo Indian shrine of two, carved, life-size mountain lions, encircled with deer antlers Northern New Mexico
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Shrine of the Stone Lions Pueblo Indian shrine of two, carved, life-size mountain lions, encircled with deer antlers Northern...
Shrine of the Stone Lions Pueblo Indian shrine of two, carved, life-size mountain lions, encircled with deer antlers Northern New Mexico
Stock Photo #1647R-199815, Mollusc Fossil
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Mollusc Fossil
Stock Photo #471-287, Protoceratops skeleton in a museum, Carnegie Museum Of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
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Protoceratops skeleton in a museum, Carnegie Museum Of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Stock Photo #1566-631869, Skull
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Skull
Stock Photo #1788-5364, Close-up of a coelacanth
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Close-up of a coelacanth
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-5910, Illustration of a prehistoric Platypterygius kiprijanoffi.
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Illustration of a prehistoric Platypterygius kiprijanoffi.
Stock Photo #4239R-5916, Shonisaurus, a prehistoric ichthyosaur from the Triassic age.
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Shonisaurus, a prehistoric ichthyosaur from the Triassic age.
Stock Photo #4239R-622, A variety of single-celled organisms have ventured out of the ocean and onto the rocky remains of two volcanic calderas, adding color to an otherwise monochromatic landscape
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A variety of single-celled organisms have ventured out of the ocean and onto the rocky remains of two volcanic calderas, addi...
A variety of single-celled organisms have ventured out of the ocean and onto the rocky remains of two volcanic calderas, adding color to an otherwise monochromatic landscape
Stock Photo #4239-819, A seven ton Tyrannosaurus wanders a Cretaceous forest 68 million years ago in what is today the Western United States
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A seven ton Tyrannosaurus wanders a Cretaceous forest 68 million years ago in what is today the Western United States
Stock Photo #1486-7454, High section view of a statue of a dinosaur, Palm Springs, California, USA
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High section view of a statue of a dinosaur, Palm Springs, California, USA
Stock Photo #4282-16374, England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
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England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
Stock Photo #4239-782, A Compsognathus prepares to swallow a small lizard it has ambushed by hiding in a hollow log
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A Compsognathus prepares to swallow a small lizard it has ambushed by hiding in a hollow log
Stock Photo #4282-16379, England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
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England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
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 #4378-1321, Model of a Diceratops dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
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Model of a Diceratops dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
Stock Photo #1788-56964, Dictyonema flabelliforme fossil, Graptolites (Graptolithina), Ordovician Period.
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Dictyonema flabelliforme fossil, Graptolites (Graptolithina), Ordovician Period.
Stock Photo #1788-57204, Group of Brachiopods (internal molds) from the Productina suborder, Monte Carnizza, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy.
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Group of Brachiopods (internal molds) from the Productina suborder, Monte Carnizza, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy.
Stock Photo #4239R-7511, A group of Ichthyosaurs swimming in prehistoric waters. Ichthyosaurs were giant marine reptiles that from the Mesozoic era.
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A group of Ichthyosaurs swimming in prehistoric waters. Ichthyosaurs were giant marine reptiles that from the Mesozoic era.
Stock Photo #1807-247, Dinosaur skeleton in a Paleontological Museum
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Dinosaur skeleton in a Paleontological Museum
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 #3050-504033, Prehistoric Trilobite (Phacops Rana Devonia Era)
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Prehistoric Trilobite (Phacops Rana Devonia Era)
Stock Photo #1788-58090, Inoceramus langi fossils, Bivalvia.
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Inoceramus langi fossils, Bivalvia.
Stock Photo #4378-1333, Model of a Aucasauruseye dinosaur.
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Model of a Aucasauruseye dinosaur.
Stock Photo #1829-7488, Dinosaur Exhibit at the Natural History Museum
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Dinosaur Exhibit at the Natural History Museum
Stock Photo #1899-47831, Fossilized Glossopteris leaves. Glossopteris brownian. Permian Period, 245 to 286 million years ago. Dunedoo, New South Wales, Australia. (Specimen courtesy of Terry Manning, Leicester, England, UK).
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Fossilized Glossopteris leaves. Glossopteris brownian. Permian Period, 245 to 286 million years ago. Dunedoo, New South Wales...
Fossilized Glossopteris leaves. Glossopteris brownian. Permian Period, 245 to 286 million years ago. Dunedoo, New South Wales, Australia. (Specimen courtesy of Terry Manning, Leicester, England, UK).
Stock Photo #4239R-8704, Bothriolepis, a freshwater detritivore (bottom feeder) which lived in the Devonian Period.
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Bothriolepis, a freshwater detritivore (bottom feeder) which lived in the Devonian Period.
Stock Photo #1788-56950, Ocean quahog fossils (Arctica islandica), Quaternary Period, Palermo, Italy.
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Ocean quahog fossils (Arctica islandica), Quaternary Period, Palermo, Italy.
Stock Photo #4239-814, A five ton, Early Cretaceous Suchomimus snags a shark from a lush estuary near the ancient Tethys Ocean in what today is Northern Africa
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A five ton, Early Cretaceous Suchomimus snags a shark from a lush estuary near the ancient Tethys Ocean in what today is Nort...
A five ton, Early Cretaceous Suchomimus snags a shark from a lush estuary near the ancient Tethys Ocean in what today is Northern Africa
Stock Photo #4239-672, Omeisaurus, Parasaurolophus, Compsognathus, and Eudimorphodon dinosaurs gather at a life saving oasis on the edge of a desert region
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Omeisaurus, Parasaurolophus, Compsognathus, and Eudimorphodon dinosaurs gather at a life saving oasis on the edge of a desert...
Omeisaurus, Parasaurolophus, Compsognathus, and Eudimorphodon dinosaurs gather at a life saving oasis on the edge of a desert region
Stock Photo #4029R-271307, Aligator in the sunlight
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Aligator in the sunlight
Stock Photo #4192-7207, Avebury, Wiltshire, England
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Avebury, Wiltshire, England
Stock Photo #1899-49562, Fossilized water strider; body length 5.7cm. Propygolampis bronni, formerly known as Chresmoda obscura. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
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Fossilized water strider; body length 5.7cm. Propygolampis bronni, formerly known as Chresmoda obscura. Upper Jurassic Solnho...
Fossilized water strider; body length 5.7cm. Propygolampis bronni, formerly known as Chresmoda obscura. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
Stock Photo #1566-317051, Argarian culture ceramics in the Archaeological Museum of Lorca, Murcia, Spain
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Argarian culture ceramics in the Archaeological Museum of Lorca, Murcia, Spain
Stock Photo #4239-815, 12 feet tall and weighing five tons, a carnivorous Suchomimus wanders a beach on the ancient Tethys Ocean 115 million years ago in search of its next meal in what today is Northern Africa
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12 feet tall and weighing five tons, a carnivorous Suchomimus wanders a beach on the ancient Tethys Ocean 115 million years a...
12 feet tall and weighing five tons, a carnivorous Suchomimus wanders a beach on the ancient Tethys Ocean 115 million years ago in search of its next meal in what today is Northern Africa
Stock Photo #4378-1284, Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur.
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Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur.
Stock Photo #1788-5087, Fish with an ammonite
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Fish with an ammonite
Stock Photo #1788-5090, Pterygotus hunting an insect
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Pterygotus hunting an insect
Stock Photo #1788-57301, Jacutophyton fossil, stromatolites, Precambrian Period.
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Jacutophyton fossil, stromatolites, Precambrian Period.
Stock Photo #1566-570056, D-Xanten, Rhein, Niederrhein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Archaeologischer Park, LVR-Archaeologischer Park Xanten, APX, Freilichtmuseum, Roemerpark, Roemisches Reich, Niedergermanien, Antike, Siedlung Colonia Ulpia Traiana, Fussweg, Allee, Laubbaeume, Plata
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D-Xanten, Rhein, Niederrhein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Archaeologischer Park, LVR-Archaeologischer Park Xanten, APX, Freilic...
D-Xanten, Rhein, Niederrhein, Nordrhein-Westfalen, NRW, Archaeologischer Park, LVR-Archaeologischer Park Xanten, APX, Freilichtmuseum, Roemerpark, Roemisches Reich, Niedergermanien, Antike, Siedlung Colonia Ulpia Traiana, Fussweg, Allee, Laubbaeume, Plata
Stock Photo #4239R-3502, A bull from a Woolly Mammoth herd struggles for survival after he falls through the ice on a frozen lake.
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A bull from a Woolly Mammoth herd struggles for survival after he falls through the ice on a frozen lake.
Stock Photo #1788-57220, Condrites inchite from Early Triassic.
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Condrites inchite from Early Triassic.
Stock Photo #1788-58072, Inoceramus ernsti fossil, Bivalvia.
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Inoceramus ernsti fossil, Bivalvia.
Stock Photo #1899-50408, Fossilized 8.5-inch perch-like fish that lived in a prehistoric subtropical, freshwater lake. Priscacara serrata. Found in sedimentary limestone of the Green River Formation, Eocene Epoch. Private fossil quarry, Wyoming. (Specimen courtesy of Rick Hebdon, Warfield Fossils, Wyoming).
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Fossilized 8.5-inch perch-like fish that lived in a prehistoric subtropical, freshwater lake. Priscacara serrata. Found in se...
Fossilized 8.5-inch perch-like fish that lived in a prehistoric subtropical, freshwater lake. Priscacara serrata. Found in sedimentary limestone of the Green River Formation, Eocene Epoch. Private fossil quarry, Wyoming. (Specimen courtesy of Rick Hebdon, Warfield Fossils, Wyoming).
Stock Photo #4378-1270, Model of a Diceratops dinosaur.
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Model of a Diceratops dinosaur.
Stock Photo #1788-58074, Dicellograptus sp fossil, Graptolithina.
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Dicellograptus sp fossil, Graptolithina.
Stock Photo #4239R-8831, Three Spinosaurus dinosaurs walking in the desert.
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Three Spinosaurus dinosaurs walking in the desert.
Stock Photo #4378-1274, Model of a Suchomimus dinosaur.
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Model of a Suchomimus dinosaur.
Stock Photo #1899-50294, Pattern of suture lines in the shell of an ammonite fossil. Placenticeras meeki. From Upper Cretaceous Cheyenne River strata. Meade County, South Dakota, USA. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Japheth Boyce, Rapid City, South Dakota).
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Pattern of suture lines in the shell of an ammonite fossil. Placenticeras meeki. From Upper Cretaceous Cheyenne River strata....
Pattern of suture lines in the shell of an ammonite fossil. Placenticeras meeki. From Upper Cretaceous Cheyenne River strata. Meade County, South Dakota, USA. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Japheth Boyce, Rapid City, South Dakota).
Stock Photo #4184R-14744, Blurred toy Tyrannosaurus dinosaur.
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Blurred toy Tyrannosaurus dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4239R-7238, Two Suchomimus dinosaurs dive and search for big fish prey to capture and eat.
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Two Suchomimus dinosaurs dive and search for big fish prey to capture and eat.
Stock Photo #1788-5089, Side profile of a mesosaurus chasing fish
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Side profile of a mesosaurus chasing fish
Stock Photo #4239R-8716, Kaprosuchus is an extinct genus of crocodile from the Upper Cretaceous of Niger, Africa.
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Kaprosuchus is an extinct genus of crocodile from the Upper Cretaceous of Niger, Africa.
Stock Photo #4239-1763, On a distant alien world where reptoids are the dominant species and dinosaurs still roam freely, giant sauropods similar to Diplodocus, graze peacefully while being watched over by a pair of reptoids.
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On a distant alien world where reptoids are the dominant species and dinosaurs still roam freely, giant sauropods similar to ...
On a distant alien world where reptoids are the dominant species and dinosaurs still roam freely, giant sauropods similar to Diplodocus, graze peacefully while being watched over by a pair of reptoids.
Stock Photo #4239-5614, A prehistoric city now void of any life or activity except for curious dinosaurs, such as Compsognathus and Omeisaurus.
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A prehistoric city now void of any life or activity except for curious dinosaurs, such as Compsognathus and Omeisaurus.
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 #4435-6415, Cogotas Culture. Iron Age. Ceramics. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: SPAIN. CASTILE AND LEON. AVILA. Carde–osa. Las Cogotas.
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Cogotas Culture. Iron Age. Ceramics. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: SPAI...
Cogotas Culture. Iron Age. Ceramics. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: SPAIN. CASTILE AND LEON. AVILA. Carde–osa. Las Cogotas.
Stock Photo #4282-16378, England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
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England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
Stock Photo #4268R-13648, Illustration of newly hatched dinosaur and broken egg shell
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Illustration of newly hatched dinosaur and broken egg shell
Stock Photo #4282-16372, England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
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England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
Stock Photo #4239-773, An adult Albertaceratops from 77 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
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An adult Albertaceratops from 77 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
Stock Photo #1569R-9004014,
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Stock Photo #1788-57316, Dinosaur footprints from the Cretaceous Period, Istria, Croatia.
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Dinosaur footprints from the Cretaceous Period, Istria, Croatia.
Stock Photo #1848-181502, Tyrannosaurus rex Styrassic park Bad Gleichenberg Styria Austria Europe
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Tyrannosaurus rex Styrassic park Bad Gleichenberg Styria Austria Europe
Stock Photo #4378-1317, Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
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Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4409-53236, Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado europeo conocido. Llegó procedente de Africa hace un millón de años. Se trataba de un homínido robusto, de estatura media y con una capacidad craneal de 1.000 centímetros cúbicos. Exposición de "Atapuerca: Un Millón de Años". Museo de Burgos. Castilla-León.
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Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado eu...
Representación de una ESCENA DE CAZA DEL "HOMO ANTECESSOR". Vivió hace 780.000 años, tratándose del más antiguo antepasado europeo conocido. Llegó procedente de Africa hace un millón de años. Se trataba de un homínido robusto, de estatura media y con una capacidad craneal de 1.000 centímetros cúbicos. Exposición de "Atapuerca: Un Millón de Años". Museo de Burgos. Castilla-León.
Stock Photo #1903-2122, Egypt Luxor West Bank Valley of the Nobles Painting on wall in tomb of Nakht Scenes from daily life
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Egypt Luxor West Bank Valley of the Nobles Painting on wall in tomb of Nakht Scenes from daily life
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 #4239-787, Over 20 feet long and weighing as much as a ton, Cryolophosaurus is the first dinosaur to have been unearthed by paleontologists in Antarctica
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Over 20 feet long and weighing as much as a ton, Cryolophosaurus is the first dinosaur to have been unearthed by paleontologi...
Over 20 feet long and weighing as much as a ton, Cryolophosaurus is the first dinosaur to have been unearthed by paleontologists in Antarctica
Stock Photo #1558-71921, Dinosaur skeleton, Allosurus, Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, skeleton, model, dinosaur-model, Dinosauria, concept, primeval time, Urtiere, died out prehistorically, copy past studio, quietly life, free plates
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Dinosaur skeleton, Allosurus, Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, skeleton, model, dinosaur-model, Dinosauria, concept, primeval time, Urti...
Dinosaur skeleton, Allosurus, Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, skeleton, model, dinosaur-model, Dinosauria, concept, primeval time, Urtiere, died out prehistorically, copy past studio, quietly life, free plates
Stock Photo #1788-57309, Modocia typicalis fossil, Trilobita, Middle Cambrian Epoch.
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Modocia typicalis fossil, Trilobita, Middle Cambrian Epoch.
Stock Photo #4239R-500, This rendering suggests how the newly formed Earth and sun may have appeared shortly after the Sun's heat and solar wind cleared the inner solar system of cooler gases
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This rendering suggests how the newly formed Earth and sun may have appeared shortly after the Sun's heat and solar wind clea...
This rendering suggests how the newly formed Earth and sun may have appeared shortly after the Sun's heat and solar wind cleared the inner solar system of cooler gases
Stock Photo #1788-57274, Internal orthocone shell molds of two Orthoceras, Devonian Period.
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Internal orthocone shell molds of two Orthoceras, Devonian Period.
Stock Photo #1647R-199817, Mollusc Fossil
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Mollusc Fossil
Stock Photo #1788-56957, Crinoid columnal fossils, Crinoidea, Middle Triassic Epoch, Germany.
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Crinoid columnal fossils, Crinoidea, Middle Triassic Epoch, Germany.
Stock Photo #4239-810, Sauroposeidon graze on American Sycamore and Flowering Magnolia while feathered Deinonychus look on
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Sauroposeidon graze on American Sycamore and Flowering Magnolia while feathered Deinonychus look on
Stock Photo #1598R-9982200, Dinosaur, papier-mache
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Dinosaur, papier-mache
Stock Photo #4239R-8753, A huge Megalodon shark swims next to a colorful coral reef in clear ocean waters.
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A huge Megalodon shark swims next to a colorful coral reef in clear ocean waters.
Stock Photo #1788-56992, Lingula cuneata fossils, Brachiopoda, Early Silurian Epoch.
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Lingula cuneata fossils, Brachiopoda, Early Silurian Epoch.
Stock Photo #1841-1749, Musician playing music in marriage
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Musician playing music in marriage
Stock Photo #1788-57295, Ammonite Psiloceras fossil, Cephalopoda.
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Ammonite Psiloceras fossil, Cephalopoda.
Stock Photo #1788-58071, Pachygyra excelsa fossil, Eocene coral.
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Pachygyra excelsa fossil, Eocene coral.
Stock Photo #1439R-1012333, Fossil
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Fossil
Stock Photo #4187-28435, Dinosaur Room in Natural History Museum in Mongolia,Fossils of dinosaurs in an exhibit in the Natural History Museum of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar.
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Dinosaur Room in Natural History Museum in Mongolia,Fossils of dinosaurs in an exhibit in the Natural History Museum of Mongo...
Dinosaur Room in Natural History Museum in Mongolia,Fossils of dinosaurs in an exhibit in the Natural History Museum of Mongolia in Ulaanbaatar.
Stock Photo #1788-58067, Petrified fossil leaves.
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Petrified fossil leaves.
Stock Photo #1848R-502615, Curious Hawksbill turtle Eretmochelys imbricata, Komodo, Indo_Pacific, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
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Curious Hawksbill turtle Eretmochelys imbricata, Komodo, Indo_Pacific, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
Stock Photo #4239-788, An adult Diabloceratops from 70 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
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An adult Diabloceratops from 70 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
Stock Photo #4239-1738, In a time where fantasy and reality meet, a reptoid being looks across the blood red river towards an ancient temple which appears to be guarded by Diplodocus dinosaurs and a dragon type creature.
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In a time where fantasy and reality meet, a reptoid being looks across the blood red river towards an ancient temple which ap...
In a time where fantasy and reality meet, a reptoid being looks across the blood red river towards an ancient temple which appears to be guarded by Diplodocus dinosaurs and a dragon type creature.
Stock Photo #1788-57313, Seriola prisca fossil, Carangidae fishes, Eocene Epoch.
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Seriola prisca fossil, Carangidae fishes, Eocene Epoch.
Stock Photo #4239-6510, The eternal battle for survival, as a prehistoric Tyrannosaurus Rex poises to attack a smaller Triceratops in a battle of life and death.
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The eternal battle for survival, as a prehistoric Tyrannosaurus Rex poises to attack a smaller Triceratops in a battle of lif...
The eternal battle for survival, as a prehistoric Tyrannosaurus Rex poises to attack a smaller Triceratops in a battle of life and death.
Stock Photo #4128R-9984, Trilobite fossil
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Trilobite fossil
Stock Photo #1788-58070, Bryozoans fossils, Brachiopods.
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Bryozoans fossils, Brachiopods.
Stock Photo #1788-57297, Sea urchin fossil, Echinoidea.
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Sea urchin fossil, Echinoidea.
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 #1788-5937, Illustration representing prehistoric aquatic animals
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Illustration representing prehistoric aquatic animals
Stock Photo #1566-907732, Watch stone STENNESS ORKNEY Neolithic standing stone
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Watch stone STENNESS ORKNEY Neolithic standing stone
Stock Photo #4378-1322, Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
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Model of a Kentrosaurus dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
Stock Photo #1788-56925, Nummulitic Limestone, stratified stone containing Nummulites, Foraminifera.
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Nummulitic Limestone, stratified stone containing Nummulites, Foraminifera.
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 #4268R-3847, Illustration of herd of adult and young Hypsilophodon dinosaurs, with prehistoric rats scavenging for eggs on ground and in nest
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Illustration of herd of adult and young Hypsilophodon dinosaurs, with prehistoric rats scavenging for eggs on ground and in n...
Illustration of herd of adult and young Hypsilophodon dinosaurs, with prehistoric rats scavenging for eggs on ground and in nest
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 #1788-5453, Illustration representing Mosasaurus swimming
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Illustration representing Mosasaurus swimming
Stock Photo #1788-57307, Didontogaster cordylina fossil, Anellida, Carboniferous Period.
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Didontogaster cordylina fossil, Anellida, Carboniferous Period.
Stock Photo #4239-803, An adult Nedoceratops from 70 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
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An adult Nedoceratops from 70 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)
Stock Photo #1899-50405, Fossilized palm frond with a perch-like fish. Sabalites species. Fish: Priscacara liops. From the Green River Formation, Eocene epoch, Tertiary period, Cenozoic era. Southern Wyoming, USA. Photographed under controlled conditions
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Fossilized palm frond with a perch-like fish. Sabalites species. Fish: Priscacara liops. From the Green River Formation, Eoce...
Fossilized palm frond with a perch-like fish. Sabalites species. Fish: Priscacara liops. From the Green River Formation, Eocene epoch, Tertiary period, Cenozoic era. Southern Wyoming, USA. Photographed under controlled conditions
Stock Photo #4239R-9555, This is how the Earth may have appeared 600 million years ago following the Cryogenian Snowball Earth period. The worldwide glaciers have melted and the ocean is largely liquid again. During this, the Ediacaran period, it is hypothesized that all of the Earth's landmasses had merged into a single supercontinent known as Pannotia, also known as the Vendian supercontinent.
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This is how the Earth may have appeared 600 million years ago following the Cryogenian Snowball Earth period. The worldwide g...
This is how the Earth may have appeared 600 million years ago following the Cryogenian Snowball Earth period. The worldwide glaciers have melted and the ocean is largely liquid again. During this, the Ediacaran period, it is hypothesized that all of the Earth's landmasses had merged into a single supercontinent known as Pannotia, also known as the Vendian supercontinent.
Stock Photo #4239R-8676, Plesiosaurus, large marine predatory reptile from the Jurassic Era.
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Plesiosaurus, large marine predatory reptile from the Jurassic Era.
Stock Photo #1899-49570, Fossilized crocodilian. Steneosaurus bollensis. Lower Jurassic period. Holzmaden, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
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Fossilized crocodilian. Steneosaurus bollensis. Lower Jurassic period. Holzmaden, Germany. Photographed under controlled cond...
Fossilized crocodilian. Steneosaurus bollensis. Lower Jurassic period. Holzmaden, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
Stock Photo #4239-813, An eight ton Spinosaurus searches for its next meal 95 million years ago in shallow waters of what is today Egypt
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An eight ton Spinosaurus searches for its next meal 95 million years ago in shallow waters of what is today Egypt
Stock Photo #4378-1300, Model of a Diceratops dinosaur.
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Model of a Diceratops dinosaur.
Stock Photo #1899-49509, Ammonite fossil, a cross-section approximately 5 cm diameter. Ludwigia murchisoni. Dorset, England, UK. (Specimen courtesy of Terry Manning and John Bates, Leicester, England, UK).
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Ammonite fossil, a cross-section approximately 5 cm diameter. Ludwigia murchisoni. Dorset, England, UK. (Specimen courtesy of...
Ammonite fossil, a cross-section approximately 5 cm diameter. Ludwigia murchisoni. Dorset, England, UK. (Specimen courtesy of Terry Manning and John Bates, Leicester, England, UK).
Stock Photo #4282-16371, England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
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England, Devon, Ladram Bay. Dawn sunrise at Ladram Bay on the Jurassic coast of East Devon.
Stock Photo #4378-1276, Head of a model Aucasauruseye dinosaur showing sharp teeth.
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Head of a model Aucasauruseye dinosaur showing sharp teeth.
Stock Photo #1848-603703, Lifesize painting of a man, neolithic rock art in the Tadrart, Tassili n´Ajjer National Park, Unesco World Heritage Site, Algeria, Sahara, North Africa
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Lifesize painting of a man, neolithic rock art in the Tadrart, Tassili n´Ajjer National Park, Unesco World Heritage Site, Alg...
Lifesize painting of a man, neolithic rock art in the Tadrart, Tassili n´Ajjer National Park, Unesco World Heritage Site, Algeria, Sahara, North Africa
Stock Photo #4175-2591, Muskelmnner and Dinosaur Dino Dinosauria Lizard lizard lizard lizard specie
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Muskelmnner and Dinosaur Dino Dinosauria Lizard lizard lizard lizard specie
Stock Photo #4268R-6125, Illustration of a prehistoric turtle
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Illustration of a prehistoric turtle
Stock Photo #4378-1323, Model of a Monolophosaurus dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
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Model of a Monolophosaurus dinosaur showing the size in comparison to a human.
Stock Photo #1788-57311, Crab fossil, Decapoda.
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Crab fossil, Decapoda.
Stock Photo #1760-5027, Canada, British Cloumbia, A male wolf-eel Anarrhichthys ocellatus poking it´s head out of the rocks
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Canada, British Cloumbia, A male wolf-eel Anarrhichthys ocellatus poking it´s head out of the rocks
Stock Photo #1889R-3874, Lava rock with plant
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Lava rock with plant
Stock Photo #1788-58079, Ammonite fossil, Cephalopoda.
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Ammonite fossil, Cephalopoda.
Stock Photo #4268R-6968, Colourful multi-textured coral cluster.
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Colourful multi-textured coral cluster.
Stock Photo #1788-57294, Ammonite fossil, Cephalopoda, Jurassic Period.
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Ammonite fossil, Cephalopoda, Jurassic Period.
Stock Photo #1788-5321, Close-up of a mammalodon colliveri underwater
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Close-up of a mammalodon colliveri underwater
Stock Photo #4239R-7299, Pedra de Fogo Formation, featuring Prionosuchus, Basilichthys, lungfish (duo), palaeoniscoid (shoal) and a Ctenacanthus shark.
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Pedra de Fogo Formation, featuring Prionosuchus, Basilichthys, lungfish (duo), palaeoniscoid (shoal) and a Ctenacanthus shark...
Pedra de Fogo Formation, featuring Prionosuchus, Basilichthys, lungfish (duo), palaeoniscoid (shoal) and a Ctenacanthus shark.
Stock Photo #1788-56958, Crinoidal limestone containing Encrinus fossilised stem fragments, Middle Triassic Epoch, Switzerland.
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Crinoidal limestone containing Encrinus fossilised stem fragments, Middle Triassic Epoch, Switzerland.
Stock Photo #1788-14643, Megalithic culture, vessels and an axe in polished stone
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Megalithic culture, vessels and an axe in polished stone
Stock Photo #1899-49564, Fossilized moon-fish, 39cm in length. Eomesodon species. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
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Fossilized moon-fish, 39cm in length. Eomesodon species. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Pho...
Fossilized moon-fish, 39cm in length. Eomesodon species. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
Stock Photo #1848-255082, Triceratops Styrassic park Bad Gleichenberg Styria Austria Europe
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Triceratops Styrassic park Bad Gleichenberg Styria Austria Europe
Stock Photo #4378-1328, Model of a Monolophosaurus dinosaur.
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Model of a Monolophosaurus dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4239R-8659, Hupehsuchus was a small genus of marine reptile found in China and lived during the Triassic Period. It may be related to the Ichthyosaur reptiles.
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Hupehsuchus was a small genus of marine reptile found in China and lived during the Triassic Period. It may be related to the...
Hupehsuchus was a small genus of marine reptile found in China and lived during the Triassic Period. It may be related to the Ichthyosaur reptiles.
Stock Photo #1899-49566, Fossilized coelacanth, 55cm long. Probably an undescribed species. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
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Fossilized coelacanth, 55cm long. Probably an undescribed species. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Ge...
Fossilized coelacanth, 55cm long. Probably an undescribed species. Upper Jurassic Solnhofen limestone. Solnhofen, Bavaria, Germany. Photographed under controlled conditions (Specimen courtesy of Raimund Albersdoerfer, Germany).
Stock Photo #4239R-8829, Spinosaurus standing in the desert with trees.
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Spinosaurus standing in the desert with trees.
Stock Photo #1566-1346278, Jellies at vancouver aquarium.
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Jellies at vancouver aquarium.
Stock Photo #1899-49558, Venomous snake fossilized in oil shale. Specimen diameter 32cm; Eocene Epoch, 56 to 34 million years ago. Undescribed species. Messel Pit, Germany. (Specimen courtesy of Andreas Guhr, Hamburg, Germany).
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Venomous snake fossilized in oil shale. Specimen diameter 32cm; Eocene Epoch, 56 to 34 million years ago. Undescribed species...
Venomous snake fossilized in oil shale. Specimen diameter 32cm; Eocene Epoch, 56 to 34 million years ago. Undescribed species. Messel Pit, Germany. (Specimen courtesy of Andreas Guhr, Hamburg, Germany).
Stock Photo #4239R-8653, Priohybodus, an extinct shark species that lived during the Cretaceous Period of Earth's history. The hybodont shark was about 3 to 7 feet in length.
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Priohybodus, an extinct shark species that lived during the Cretaceous Period of Earth's history. The hybodont shark was abou...
Priohybodus, an extinct shark species that lived during the Cretaceous Period of Earth's history. The hybodont shark was about 3 to 7 feet in length.
Stock Photo #1788-56990, Fossilised remains of Plagiolophus or Glyphithyreus ellipticus, Brachyura decapods.
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Fossilised remains of Plagiolophus or Glyphithyreus ellipticus, Brachyura decapods.
Stock Photo #4239-792, Winged Dimorphodon pluck fish from the Early-Jurassic Tethys Ocean 195 million years ago in what it is today England
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Winged Dimorphodon pluck fish from the Early-Jurassic Tethys Ocean 195 million years ago in what it is today England
Stock Photo #4409-47691, FOSIL MARINO del tipo TRILOBITES. Región de Menknés-Tafilalet. Marruecos. Norte de Africa. (PALEOZOICO) .
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FOSIL MARINO del tipo TRILOBITES. Región de Menknés-Tafilalet. Marruecos. Norte de Africa. (PALEOZOICO) .
Stock Photo #1566-1251557, Diplomystus fossil fish from the Green River Formation of Wyoming 35mm from nose to tail
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Diplomystus fossil fish from the Green River Formation of Wyoming 35mm from nose to tail
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 #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 #4378-1273, Hind quarters on a model Aucasauruseye dinosaur.
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Hind quarters on a model Aucasauruseye dinosaur.
Stock Photo #4141-8012, coelacanth (latimeria sp.) prehistoric lobe-finned fish thought to be extinct until 1938. critically endangered.
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coelacanth (latimeria sp.) prehistoric lobe-finned fish thought to be extinct until 1938. critically endangered.
Stock Photo #4409-61187, Reconstruction of a nest with eggs of Orodromeus makelai, ornithopod dinosaur. Upper Cretaceous. Campanian. 80-70 million years. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
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Reconstruction of a nest with eggs of Orodromeus makelai, ornithopod dinosaur. Upper Cretaceous. Campanian. 80-70 million yea...
Reconstruction of a nest with eggs of Orodromeus makelai, ornithopod dinosaur. Upper Cretaceous. Campanian. 80-70 million years. Natural History Museum. London. United Kingdom.
Stock Photo #4239R-9561, This is how the Western Interior Seaway may have appeared 75 million years ago from Earth orbit. This large inland sea once divided the North American continent into two landmasses, Laramidia to the west and Appalachia to the east. Branching toward the northeast is the Hudson Seaway and to the north on the horizon are the liquid polar waters of the Labrador Seaway.
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This is how the Western Interior Seaway may have appeared 75 million years ago from Earth orbit. This large inland sea once d...
This is how the Western Interior Seaway may have appeared 75 million years ago from Earth orbit. This large inland sea once divided the North American continent into two landmasses, Laramidia to the west and Appalachia to the east. Branching toward the northeast is the Hudson Seaway and to the north on the horizon are the liquid polar waters of the Labrador Seaway.
Stock Photo #4378-1324, Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.
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Model of a Spinosaur dinosaur.

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