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Steve Hubbard Jul 25
Huge mapping effort by Harrison Martin enabled identification of a Cretaceous continental-scale River avulsion node. A great result from his MSc!
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Sven Sachs Aug 2
Skull of Sarcosuchus imperator, a giant crocodylomorph from the Early Cretaceous of Niger. On display at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle in Paris.
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CuriosityFeedsTheCat 15h
I finally got to meet Sarcosuchus imperator,the giant prehistoric crocodilian from the Cretaceous. This monster croc was discovered by Paul Soreno of the University of Chicago,in the Sahara desert.
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Sean Closson🦕🦖 Aug 9
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DigAtlasAncientLife Aug 12
were so plentiful during the , they have time zones established for when species occurred. The Inoceramus pictus zone was in the Upper Cenomanian (93.99 ± 0.72 to 93.32 ± 0.38 million years ago). (FHSM 1742)
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Josh Cotton Aug 1
A fern's-eye-view of horneri. Nothing like a late hike in the afternoon! If you'll excuse me, I'm going to try to lure this fellow's grazing path toward a patch of minty-smelling plants over the next rise ... He needs them.
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Extinct Animals Aug 22
Lived during the late Period In 2010, it was named after a mythical dragon found in Romanian folklore & means “stocky dragon.” Was 3 ft long and weighed around 25 pounds and was a raptor. 📷Sergey Krasovskiy
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Jason Gilchrist Jul 28
Dinosaur dreams... Did Cretaceous herbivores see Tyrannosaurus rex in their nightmares? Did it look like this? Trix at T. rex in Town, Glasgow.
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Sven Sachs Jul 26
Skull of the Cenomanian crocodyliform Aegyptosuchus peyeri, found in . Collection of the Bavarian State collection of Palaeontology in Munich (Germany).
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Phys.org Jul 11
New species of lizard found in stomach of microraptor
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Jodie Fisher Aug 13
The husband has returned from his Canada fieldwork with a birthday gift of a bowl made from boundary clay. I am very happy!
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くだものくだもの Mar 23
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OrigamiPete Aug 16
Finished crease pattern for , a predatory from the which measured over two meters in both, length and finspan. It's been nicknamed , which is the most perfect nickname in the history of perfect nicknames.
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Oden Aug 19
Our World - 10 Rare Finds From The Period
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CuriosityFeedsTheCat Aug 22
Standing next to Sarcosuchus ,the extinct Cretaceous crocodilian discovered by Paul Soreno in the Sahara desert.
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Fallen Angel Aug 21
I was also told I couldn’t watch PBS anymore because I’m learning too much 🦕 🦖
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Mark Young Dec 7
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Valentin Fischer Dec 7
Utterly happy: I've been awarded a 200k€ grant from the for Project SEASCAPE, where we will study the adaptive landscape of marine reptiles using 3D geometric morphometrics! I'll be hiring a two year postdoc soon, spread the word!
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Nobu Tamura May 4
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Daniel Kirk 18h
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