Santa Magdelana, Funes Valley, Italy | by Stefano Termanini~~
Shops stacked on top of one another with narrow stairs...
Collect the king of Gondwana’s #UltimateDino Trading Card! Slightly larger than his cousin, T-Rex, Giganotosaurus may have been the largest land predator to have ever lived! With vicious blade-like teeth, this Legendary Giant was the only dinosaur with an ego big enough take on the challenge of hunting a titanosaur- the largest land animals to have ever lived! Learn more about this ferocious beast in Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana and Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia.
Details of the recently discovered dinosaur Dreadnoughtus schrani, that was unearthed in Patagonia
Buitreraptor was a small, turkey-sized dinosaur. Unfortunately, it probably wouldn't have made a very good Thanksgiving dinner. Discovered in Argentina, this dromaeosaur is believed to be a feathered, but flightless dinosaur. Its discovery and scientific analysis led to some interesting questions about how and when bird began to fly. Collect its Ultimate Dinosaur Trading Card this week in the exhibit. #CincyRAWRS
Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates known to have been able to fly. Description from feenixx.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images