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Carnivorous, 10-foot-long insect from the future.
Marine reptile from the Middle Jurassic Period.
A dinosaur found in southern England during the Middle Jurassic period.
Flying reptile from the Permian period, about 250 million years ago.
‘Boar crocodile’ with three sets of tusk-like teeth.
Largest of all carnivorous dinosaurs, with 6-foot-long spines.
Wingless bat with lightning-fast reflexes from the future, uses high-frequency sonar to track prey.
Arboreal dinosaur with ability to climb tall structures.
Mammal-like creature—the earliest known venomous vertebrates.
Short-legged and large-headed aquatic carnivore.
Rhino-sized running predator with powerful jaws.
Ancient crocodile with long legs, hooves and the ability to run.
Color-changing mammal with sharp teeth and yellow eyes.
Dinosaur from mid-Cretaceous, larger than T. Rex.
Parasitic organism that brings dead hosts back to life.
Fast terrestrial predators with meat hook-like wings.
Burrowing herbivore from the late Permian Period.
Thick-skulled dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous.
Evolved from carnivorous beetles, uses large compound eyes to detect prey.
Dinosaur with lightweight skeleton, long arms and sickle-shaped claw on its second toe.
Engulfed in stinking fog, large enough to consume a human.
Saber-toothed cat from the late Pleistocene Epoch.
Future creature, part seal or walrus and part mandrill or baboon.
Desert predator that detects prey via vibrations in the sand.
Herd herbivore that dominated the open grasslands between the recent Ice Ages.
Large passive herbivore weighing about 5.5 tons.
Saber-toothed predator from the Permian period.
From the Carboniferous Period, a primitive relative of the modern spider.
Twenty-foot-long giant centipede with lethal venom.
Snake-like sea serpent measuring nearly 65 feet long.
Related to the pigeon, flightless bird with portly frame and stubby wings.
Aerial giant with a wing span of over 30 feet
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