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Gurche-Barosaurus2-664x1000.jpg (664×1000) ... y su versión, de la mano del genial Gurche

Gurche-Barosaurus2-664x1000.jpg (664×1000) ... y su versión, de la mano del genial Gurche

Barosaurus and Allosaur by John Gurche

Barosaurus and Allosaur by John Gurche

John Gurche

John Gurche

Tower of Time by John Gurche

Tower of Time by John Gurche

A scale model of Baluchitherium aka Paraceratherium It was an early relative of the rhinoceros which lived in Asia about 20 - 30 mya, and was possibly the largest land mammal ever to have lived. (photo: Neil Kelly)

A scale model of Baluchitherium aka Paraceratherium It was an early relative of the rhinoceros which lived in Asia about 20 - 30 mya, and was possibly the largest land mammal ever to have lived. (photo: Neil Kelly)

To-scale model of the largest diplopod (millipede-esque creatures, although scientists can't verify if this was, indeed, a millipede) known to man, which lived on Earth about 430 million years ago.

To-scale model of the largest diplopod (millipede-esque creatures, although scientists can't verify if this was, indeed, a millipede) known to man, which lived on Earth about 430 million years ago.

Anomalocaridids (model pictured) grew a third longer and survived 30 million years longer than thought.  Christine Dell'Amore    National Geographic News    Published May 27, 2011    Fossils of a meter-long (3.3-foot) prehistoric ocean predator have been found in southeastern Morocco.       The specimens include the largest yet of its kind and suggests the spiny, somewhat shrimplike beasts dominated pre-dinosaur seas for millions of years longer than thought.

Anomalocaridids (model pictured) grew a third longer and survived 30 million years longer than thought. Christine Dell'Amore National Geographic News Published May 27, 2011 Fossils of a meter-long (3.3-foot) prehistoric ocean predator have been found in southeastern Morocco. The specimens include the largest yet of its kind and suggests the spiny, somewhat shrimplike beasts dominated pre-dinosaur seas for millions of years longer than thought.

Absurd Creature of the Week: The 16-Foot-Tall Reptilian Stork That Delivered Death Instead of Babies

Absurd Creature of the Week: The 16-Foot-Tall Reptilian Stork That Delivered Death Instead of Babies

Tylosaurus pembinensis by Swordlord3d

Tylosaurus pembinensis by Swordlord3d

John Gurche's tyrannosaur "Sue" painted for the Field museum in Chicago. http://byteful.com/media/d/7432-4/Tyrannosaurus%2BRex%2Bmural.jpg

John Gurche's tyrannosaur "Sue" painted for the Field museum in Chicago. http://byteful.com/media/d/7432-4/Tyrannosaurus%2BRex%2Bmural.jpg

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