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USA West Sunbonnet Sue block at MooseStash Quilting. Design by Debra Kimball - International Sunbonnet Sue

USA West Sunbonnet Sue block at MooseStash Quilting. Design by Debra Kimball - International Sunbonnet Sue

Brian Switek on Twitter: Even dinosaur giants started small. This is a baby Barosaurus @AMNH #FossilFriday

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Brian Switek on Twitter: Even dinosaur giants started small. This is a baby Barosaurus @AMNH #FossilFriday

Sinosauropteryx: The first genus of dinosaur outside of Avialae (birds and their immediate relatives) to be found with evidence of feathers. Which can be seen clearly in this gorgeous fossil.

Sinosauropteryx: The first genus of dinosaur outside of Avialae (birds and their immediate relatives) to be found with evidence of feathers. Which can be seen clearly in this gorgeous fossil.

Megalodon Jaws by Houston Museum of Natural Science  Like the sharks of today, megalodon's teeth needed constant replacing. The ones up front were the business end of the mouth, while the ones in the back were ready to take a broken tooth's place.

Megalodon Jaws by Houston Museum of Natural Science Like the sharks of today, megalodon's teeth needed constant replacing. The ones up front were the business end of the mouth, while the ones in the back were ready to take a broken tooth's place.

People say if t-rex and spino went head to head in a fight on land that t-rex would win. Actually spino has a better chance. His long jaw and claws give him the advantage. Also hid bigger than t-rex!!!!T-rex just has a muscular head as a weapon nothing else. Therefore spino would probably win.

People say if t-rex and spino went head to head in a fight on land that t-rex would win. Actually spino has a better chance. His long jaw and claws give him the advantage. Also hid bigger than t-rex!!!!T-rex just has a muscular head as a weapon nothing else. Therefore spino would probably win.

Field Museum of Natural History  Chicago, IL  Perhaps the most famous non-fictional T-Rex:  Sue!  A T-Rex named Sue.

Field Museum of Natural History Chicago, IL Perhaps the most famous non-fictional T-Rex: Sue! A T-Rex named Sue.

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