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Ophthalmosaurus

Ophthalmosaurus was a 20-foot ichthyosaur which lived during the late Jurassic Period in the oceans around Europe and North America. It is named after its distinct large eyes. 11 more words

Panthalassa

The Mary Katrantzou Spring/Summer 2015 Show has been influenced by a transformation of the elements from the Pangaea and Panthalassa eras.

Photo : Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com

Fashion

Meet Dreadnoughtus, the Mesozoic monster that patrolled Argentina 80 million years ago

September 4, 2014 | by Stephen Brusatte

Some species of dinosaur were astoundingly enormous compared to anything alive on land today, which becomes obvious the moment you stand in the shadow of their skeletons in a museum. 570 more words

Biology

Updated geological time scale color palettes

While it has been a little break over the summer on this blog, I have nevertheless been able to make a few updates related to the geological time color palettes (see… 164 more words

Mesozoic

News: Mesozoic Babysitting?

In 2004, a dinosaur nest was discovered in China. This nest contained the skeletons of thirty baby Psittacosaurus, along with a single skeleton of a much larger individual, long assumed to be an adult. 419 more words

News: Early Cretaceous Dinosaur Footprints found in Utah

A series of dinosaur tracks were found by a hiker in Moab, Utah. These footprints were discovered in 2009, but it had been kept secret until recently. 100 more words