Fuzzy dinosaur stickers featuring a blue parasaurolophus, a red dimetrodon and a brown diplodocus with two leafy plants. Made by Sandylion in the 80′s
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yeah!! serotonin with a very small diplodocus and tubbo!!
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Diplodocus carnegii, National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France
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If I may follow up my Dinovember request with a suggestion: a Diplodocus with a wizard companion.
A “Hocus-Pocus-Diplodocus”, if you will?
Dinovember Day 18: Sauromancer
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\\The original Dippy. I found this photograph by Antony Stewart in an old copy of National Geographic of the complete Diplodocus in Washington museum. Either side of the dinosaur is a Mastodon and a Basilosaurus,.an early whale..
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《 Ancient Jurassic 》
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Leeds, the city next door to me, currently has a 'Jurassic Trail'...animatronics dotted around the city...here are a few of 'em! \^^/
There are a few more, and sadly they made the Spinosaurus about dromaeosaur size when it should be on the scale of that mcfreaking huge Tyrannosaur...oh well! XD
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Shape of Diplodocus carnegii skeleton
by Ilya Korneev
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Because there are 32 pages in this coloring book, I have 2 pictures for Dinovember today! They’re meant to mirror each other.
For the first, a herd of diplodocus walk along a beach! Meanwhile, in the second, a harpactognathus catches a breeze above them, surveying the herd as it passes. He’s not a dinosaur of course, but he shared life in the Morrison Formation with them! There will be a few other non dinosaur flying and marine reptiles included in this series as well.
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Walking With Dinosaurs (1999).
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The L in Longneck stands for Lesbian.
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Further Cosmosaurs Shenanigans!
Clockwise from top left: Camarasaurus, Diplodocus, Ouranosaurus, Iguanodon, Quetzalcoatlus, Huayangosaurus, Prenocephale, and Anchiceratops
Getting into some Big Bois this round! It’s been very small dinosaur-centric early on so it’s time to diversify the size ranges a bit. The poses available for quadrupedal dinosaurs are a little limited in this format? They’re either diagonal from the top, the side or underneath. Also so many different types of feet! It’s fun but challenging.
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Outdated dinosaur models from National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France
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Acrylic and spray paint on canvas 8x10".
Charles Morgenstern, 2021.
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Last 24 hours before funding closes and production begins! All the designs have been funded, including a free mini pin for any pin pledge and a sticker sheet add-on! ♥ Excited to make these guys and do more Teahistoric Pals in the future~ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/teahistoricpals/teahistoric-pals-enamel-pins
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A dinosaur in a cathedral. Dippy the diplodocus replica skeleton in Norwich Cathedral.
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Diplodocus, 1910, by Joseph Smit
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