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Cute early mammal that lived with the dinosaurs had poisoned spurs to defend itself - Telegraph

Cute early mammal that lived with the dinosaurs had poisoned spurs to defend itself - Telegraph

Dunkleosteus, a voracious carnivorous fish, lived about 400 million years ago.

Dunkleosteus, a voracious carnivorous fish, lived about 400 million years ago.

This picture shows the restoration of an Ankylosaurus skeleton from side on. Ankylosaurus was a bulky dinosaur that lived at the end of the Cretaceous Period (around 66 million years ago).

This picture shows the restoration of an Ankylosaurus skeleton from side on. Ankylosaurus was a bulky dinosaur that lived at the end of the Cretaceous Period (around 66 million years ago).

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Dinosaur demise allowed mammals to 'go nuts'

Vandals in Alberta damage the fossilised skeleton of a duck-billed dinosaur.

Vandals in Alberta damage the fossilised skeleton of a duck-billed dinosaur.

Suminia (by atrox1) an anomodont, a species of Synapsid (stem mammal), that lived 260 million years ago in the late Permian. This anomodont was discovered on the Vyatka River, Russia. The teeth were quite large for its size containing a single cusp per tooth with many serrations as in a serrated knife. Suminia had grasping hands, which has led researchers to conclude that it was a tree-climbing animal, the earliest known such vertebrate species found thus far.

Suminia (by atrox1) an anomodont, a species of Synapsid (stem mammal), that lived 260 million years ago in the late Permian. This anomodont was discovered on the Vyatka River, Russia. The teeth were quite large for its size containing a single cusp per tooth with many serrations as in a serrated knife. Suminia had grasping hands, which has led researchers to conclude that it was a tree-climbing animal, the earliest known such vertebrate species found thus far.

Le crâne de Psittacosaurus montre l'origine des dinosaures à cornes

Le crâne de Psittacosaurus montre l'origine des dinosaures à cornes

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