Berker Eryılmaz

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The Cretaceous (Cenomanian) continental record of the Laje do Coringa flagstone (Alcântara Formation), Brazil, northeastern South America [2014] Highlights: • A summary of the Cretaceous flora and fauna of Alcântara Formation, Brazil.

The Cretaceous (Cenomanian) continental record of the Laje do Coringa flagstone (Alcântara Formation), Brazil, northeastern South America Highlights:

New ceratops

Newly Identified 'Hellboy' Dinosaur Sported Unique Horns, Scientists Say -- Artistic life reconstruction of the new horned dinosaur Regaliceratops peterhewsi in the palaeoenvironment of the Late Cretaceous ofAlberta, Canada.

CRINOID FOSSIL Platyceras equilateralis, Histocrinnus graphicus and Macrocrinus mundulus Mississippian Edwardsville Formation Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA

CRINOID FOSSIL Platyceras equilateralis, Histocrinnus graphicus and Macrocrinus mundulus Mississippian Edwardsville Formation Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA

Oviraptor philoceratops

This is my favorite dinosaur, a theropod called Oviraptor philoceratops, though those only even vaguely interested in dinosaurs have probably heard of i.

Prehistoric Life in the Phanerozoic Eon |  ‪#‎Spinosaurus‬ Waiting His Lunch Like a ‪#‎Croc‬ | Image via @Dinopedia.wikia.com.

Spinosaurus may be the larges Theropod to ever stalk the Prehistoric Americas and believed to be even larger than T-Rex. Recently (late it was determined to be the first and only known aquatic dinosaur.

Corythosaurus - Donna Braginetz

Corythosaurus, Late Cretaceous, Ornithopoda (hadrosaur), Discovered by Brown, Artwork by Donna Braginetz

John Conway  Dimetrodon grandis  The grand Dimetrodon looking as fearsome as it no doubt was. Dimetrodon lived an awfully long time ago, in the early Permian, about 280,000,000 years ago.

John Conway Dimetrodon grandis The grand Dimetrodon looking as fearsome as it no doubt was. Dimetrodon lived an awfully long time ago, in the early Permian, about years ago.

HMNS member Ed Truitt's Flickr photo set of our new Hall of Paleontology is AHHH-MAZING!

Dimetrodon- always thought to be a dinosaur, but was actually a mammal-like reptile that lived before the dinosaurs came onto the scene