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jurassiraptor:

Swimming spinosaurus art by Marco Auditore; and size comparison with other “largest theropods” giganotosaurus and tyrannosaurus and the related suchomimus by Davide Bonadonna.

Source: http://theropoda.blogspot.com/2014/09/spinosaurus-revolution-prologo-epico.html

(Source: theropoda.blogspot.com)

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palaeopedia:

The hidden dragon, Yinlong (2005)

Phylum : Chordata
Class : Reptilia
Order : Ornithischia
Suborder : Ceratopsia
Genus : Yinlong
Species : Y. downsi

  • Late Jurassic (161,2 - 155,7 Ma)
  • 3 m long and 5 kg
  • Province of Xinjiang, China

The name Yinlong is something of an inside joke: the fossils of this dinosaur were found in the part of China where the epic movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was filmed. Yinlong’s claim to fame is that it’s the oldest ceratopsian dinosaur yet identified, a tiny, late Jurassic precursor of much bigger horned dinosaurs of the late Cretaceous period like Triceratops and Centrosaurus. Tantalizingly, the fossils of Yinlong bear some resemblance to those of Heterodontosaurus, a clue that the first ceratopsians evolved from equally small ornithopods about 160 million years ago. (By the way, Yinlong was portrayed in a National Geographic special as prey for the tiny tyrannosaur Guanlong, though direct evidence for this is lacking.)

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shielclon:

American Horror Story: Coven

(Source: arnancla-bynes)

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onlylolgifs:

Love at first touch.

Reblogged 2 hours ago from littlest-lark
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teenagenicks:

me in like 20 years

(Source: twirpy)

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"Ever hear a really good joke about Polio? Or made a casual reference to someone having Hepatitis? Or maybe you teased your buddy by saying he has Muscular Dystrophy?
Of course you’ve never done that, because you are not a terrible person! You would never make fun of someone for having a physical illness, but folks make all kinds of offhand remarks about people with mental illnesses without giving it a second thought."

Hank Green x (via megisanerdfighter)

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gipsiidanger:

aviculor:

westbor0baptistchurch:

I Was Trying To Be Funny But It Came Out as Really Mean: A 5-part documentary starring me.

I Was Trying To Be Loving And Supportive But I Probably Overstepped My Boundaries And Came Off as Creepy: a feature-length film with two sequels and a TV series adaption.

I Was Trying To Tell You I Relate To Your Difficult Situation But It Probably Sounded Like I Was Making It All About Me: a novel saga with several side book adaptions and a movie.

Reblogged 4 hours ago from littlest-lark
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damedanbo:

coolpup98:

this is silly because if you look closely you can see that the tiger is not an actual tiger but a Beanie Baby, a popular childs toy.

is that true?

Reblogged 4 hours ago from littlest-lark
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