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Ocean Currents by Paleocolour
Deinonychus Salvaged by KakureRyoshiX
Prenocephale prenes by T-PEKC
Keep moving by ChrisMasna
Ornithischians
Dinosaur Merchant by Tchukart
Gummy candy triceratops by Static-ghost
A Colorful Dinosaur W.I.P by Gwyndor
Xenoceratops Color Version by RQDino
Saurischians
Raptor by marimoreno
Jungle Pack at Play by albinoraven666fanart
Velociraptor: Portrait of a killer. by Hellraptor
Speculative Tarbosaurus by MadWizard38
Marine Reptiles
Kronosaurus by MadWizard38
mr teethy tooth by agronomist
Blue plesiosaur by Stormflygirl
Liopleurodon Vs Plesiosaurs by Stormflygirl
Mesozoic Mammals
Walking with Dinosaurs: Cynodont by TrefRex
Didelphodon (marsupial) by Pappasaurus
Alphadon by Carnosaur
Walking with Dinosaurs: Placerias by TrefRex
Flying Reptiles
Sea Night Fly by grey-garden
Tapejara by MadWizard38
Dimorphodon by pwalk1
Chicken vor lunch by TheDubstepAddict
Invertebrates
Argo Swirlyshell by Pruemahru
Tusoteuthis Dossier by JPLover764
Diamantinaceras carrilloi by LeviBernardo13
Giant Ammonite by aaronjohngregory
Multiples
Deadly Sea by WDGHK
Walking with Dinosaurs gigantism by WDGHK
Ankylosaurus vs Tyrannosaurus by MickeyRayRex
Yixian Jianshangou: Cretaceous China 124 MYa by adorety
Other Archosaurs
Teyujagua paradoxa by MicrocosmicEcology
Arizonasaurus by tnilab-ekneb121
TheGamingBeaver probably doesn't like it by randomdinos
Rauisuchus tiradentes by Paleocolour
Mesozoic Fish and Amphibians
Cladoselache and Helicoprion by Lizgigler
Coelacanth Dossier by JPLover764
Lurking in the dark by PrimevalRaptor
Enchodus by Hyrotrioskjan
Mesozoic Lepidosaurs
Tetrapodophis by Traheripteryx
Tetrapodophis (Ye olde version) by Traheripteryx
Paleo Brasil - Candelaria by Vitor-Silva
A lifesize tinfoil Hypsognathus fenneri by ZeWqt
Jewlery, Apparel, Arts n' Crafts, and more
Origami Triceratops by Orestigami
Reptile by ViktoriaWerewolf
Raptor by ViktoriaWerewolf
snow feathered raptor by ViktoriaWerewolf
Speculative Evolution, OCs, and Fanart
Ceratosaurus by Astrosaurus-Art
Therizinosaurus by TyrannosaurusRex-123
The Ghost of the Forest by TyrannosaurusRex-123
Carnotaurus sastrei render by TyrannosaurusRex-123
Literature and Comics
Triceratops Discovers Alcohol by DaBrandonSphere
Martha the Carna by RHPengui
Hatsunegopteryx by TyrannosaurusRex-123
A Crocky Situation by TyrannosaurusRex-123

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:bulletgreen: Ornithischians: A large taxonomic group of herbivorous dinosaurs.
:bulletgreen: Saurischians: All carnivorous dinosaurs (certain types of theropods) are saurischians, as are all of the birds and one of the two primary lineages of herbivorous dinosaurs, the sauropodomorphs.
:bulletgreen: Marine Reptiles: Includes all mososaurs, ichthyosaurs, sauropterygians, and neodiapsids.
:bulletgreen: Synapsids: Mammalian ancestors found in the Mesozoic period can be placed here.
:bulletgreen: Pterosaurs: Flying reptiles, not related to dinosaurs, can be placed here.
:bulletgreen: Other Archosaurs: Crocodylomorphs and their allies. Pretty much any other archosaur that is not a dinosaur or pterosaur goes here.
:bulletgreen: Mesozoic Lepidosaurs: Saurians that are split off from archosaurs. Snakes, lizards, and their allies can be placed here.
:bulletgreen: Mesozoic Fish and Amphibians: Fish with fleshy lobes and stuff found the the Mesozoic can be placed here.
:bulletgreen: Invertebrates: Invertebrate species found the the Mesozoic can be placed here.
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Name: Masiakalophorex
Means: Vicious-crested-king
Lenght: 64ft long
Height: 32 ft
Weight: 9.6 tons
Diet: any other dinosaur
Maximum age: 30 years
Cross between: T-rex(jaws) dilophosaurus(frill,head crest), indominus rex(back plates, arm spikes head shape, claws), allosaurus(horns), acrocantosaurus(back spine), and utahraptor(hind claws)
other: the hind feet seem to have spnie like sails but it was just extra  
About the dinosaur:
Hatchling:
This dinosaur is highly aggressive, when it hatches it even tries to eat it's siblings and usually only 1 or 2 live to adult hood. This dinosaur when it hatches has no parents and have to fend for themselves.When 3 minutes old they are able to walk it takes awhile for blood to pump to its powerful legs.When a baby its claws are small and frill is not visible the spine is just little tiny spikes, crest is missing but had very small horns.
Baby:
When 3 weeks old they are already 6ft long and weight 2.2 tons for they have a fast growth rate.They now have a very small crest and a little sail visible. The frill is starting to appear and becomes more colorful.They eat anything smaller than itself.They are even dangerous at this age they are a dull gray and green to camouflage itself and become more colorful as it grows.
Kid:
At 4 months it is 19ft long and weights 4.8 tons . They are more colorful now losing its solid color and forming a zig-zag pattern that has a color of dark orange.The body is starting to turn a darker green and underbelly is black.It is starting to prey on big sauropods.In between the fingers are webs they are used to swim across lakes.The Crest is almost to full size and is taking up most of the head.The sail is almost complete it goes from the neck to the middle of the tail.The frill is 4ft long reaching its way to 6ft it is starting to have its pattern on it as well.
Teen:
The dinosaur is at 6 years now and is a killing machine.It is at 26 ft and weighted  The patterns are almost visible and are a regular orange. the underbelly is still black and the body is a light green.The frill is now at 5 ft almost full length.It preyed on mostly anything except the largest of the sauropods.The sail is now at full length and the crest is at full size. The eye is hardly visible and it has 2 rows of teeth
Adult:
The dinosaur is 15 years and now fully grown.It is 58 ft and could grow even larger it weighted 8.8 tons.The dinosaurs pattern is clearly visible and it has full color.The frill is now bright and has black edges.The crest flares bright orange.It preys on everything that it can find.The claws measure to about 1 and a half ft long and are extremely sharp.The sail has the same pattern and makes it look bigger.The jaws are very strong and can cut though bone. It can now spit poisonous venom that can kill an animal within two hours.The hind legs have spiked sails on them for show and display and really to make it look bigger.It lives until 30 years old.

Used for Techniques:
Crest: Mostly for show
Horns:Headbutting
Frill:Make more frightening
Long tongue:No use
Back spikes:defense
Claws:attacking and killing prey
Raptor claws:attacking and killing prey
Arm spikes:defense
Sail:show
Hind leg spikes:Show
Spit:Killing prey

Any more stuff Just ask in the comments.
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Rawr talent? You suck dick and puss for saying that. Traced work is not RAWR. I hate you so much ass fucker.
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hatzegopteryx03 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016  Student General Artist
How come none of my devitations are being accepted?
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Diantimony Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2016  Professional General Artist
Hey there everyone! I am going to begin working on an up to date designed dinosaur coloring book, and need suggestions for species to be featured in it! What kinds of dinos would you like to see? I'm open to any. c:
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hatzegopteryx03 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2016  Student General Artist
How to join pleeze? No button is showing up.
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