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Carnotaurus is one of South America’s most famous dinosaurs. Its discovery in the mid- 1980s sparked a revolution in paleontology, clueing in scientists to the strange dinosaurs that lived in the southern continents during the Cretaceous Period (the third and final period of the Age of Dinosaurs). Instantly recognized by its uniquely horned head, Carnotaurus is among the best known of the abelisaurids. http://www.naturalhistorystore.com/

Carnotaurus is one of South America’s most famous dinosaurs. Its discovery in the mid- 1980s sparked a revolution in paleontology, clueing in scientists to the strange dinosaurs that lived in the southern continents during the Cretaceous Period (the third and final period of the Age of Dinosaurs). Instantly recognized by its uniquely horned head, Carnotaurus is among the best known of the abelisaurids. http://www.naturalhistorystore.com/

Tylosaurus is not a dinosaur, but instead is a mosasaur – an extinct group of seagoing reptiles that are closely related to modern lizards and snakes. Mosasaurs first appeared about 100 million years ago and rapidly spread around the world, even to Antarctic waters. They vanished along with dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous Period (the third and final period of the Age of Dinosaurs) about 66 million years ago.

Tylosaurus is not a dinosaur, but instead is a mosasaur – an extinct group of seagoing reptiles that are closely related to modern lizards and snakes. Mosasaurs first appeared about 100 million years ago and rapidly spread around the world, even to Antarctic waters. They vanished along with dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous Period (the third and final period of the Age of Dinosaurs) about 66 million years ago.

Carnotaurus

Some of the vicious creatures in the wilderness between towns/cities ----------------original source stuff------------------ Carnotaurus III by ~AntarcticSpring on deviantART

Carnotaurus

Carnotaurus, a large but lightly built abelisaurid from the late Cretaceous of South America.

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