Dinosaurs - Image Selection

Dinosaurs, prehistoric animals in images and 3D reproductions and illustrations. A special selection of agefotostock images that includes all types of dinosaurs. Maybe it's their size, or their appearance, or that mystery that surrounds them, but who has not ever been fascinated by dinosaurs?

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    Archaeoceratops dinosaur. Computer illustration of an Archaeoceratops sp. dinosaur in a prehistoric forest. This herbivorous ceratopsid lived during the Early...
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    South Polar dinosaurs, illustration
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    Tanystropheus reptiles. Illustration of a pair of long-necked six-metre-long reptiles of the genus Tanystropheus swimming in an ocean bay 230 million years ago...
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    Artwork depicting the extinction of the dinosaurs, some 65 million years ago. Scientists are now as certain as they can be that the extinction of the dinosaurs...
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    Illustration of the K/T Event at the end of the Cretaceous Period. A ten-kilometre-wide asteroid or comet is entering the Earth's atmosphere as dinosaurs
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    Spinosaurus (meaning 'spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at
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    Ceratosaurus dinosaur. Computer illustration of a Ceratosaurus sp. dinosaur in a prehistoric landscape. This large carnivorous theropod dinosaur lived during...
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    Pentaceratops sternbergii, Ceratopsidae, Late Cretaceous. Artwork by J Dang
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    Artwork of peacock-sized theropod dinosaurs of the genus Caudipteryx wandering a landscape dominated by cycad-like seed plants of the genus Williamsonia 125...
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    T. rex. Computer artwork of a Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur hunting Gallimimus dinosaurs. T.rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs
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    Ankylosaur family, artwork. This heavily-armoured dinosaur lived in the early Mesozoic era, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods
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    Torosaurus, an herbivorous dinosaur of the Late Cretaceous period (70-100 million years ago)
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    Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, artwork
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    Artwork of a pair of tyrannosaur dinosaurs surveying a volcanic landscape. This depicts a scene at the end of the Cretaceous period in Earth's history
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    Death of the dinosaurs. Computer illustration of Velociraptor sp. dinosaurs watching an asteroid or comet core as it rushes towards the Earth
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    'Death of the dinosaurs.  Artwork of two  Tyrannos- aurus rex dinosaurs attacking a Triceratops (lower right), oblivious to the asteroids about to strike the...
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    Acrocanthosaurus (Acrocanthosaurus atokensis) artwork. This species of dinosaur lived between 116-110 million years ago (Early Cretaceous) in what is now North...
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    Artwork of a herd of triceratops dinosaurs. These animals were common in the late Cretaceous period, from around 70 million years ago until the extinction of...
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    Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous theropods that lived during the late Jurassic period (150 to 155 million years ago) in what is...
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    Palaeozoology - Cretaceous period - Dinosaurs - Troodon - Art work
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