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The skeletons of dinosaurs, pterosaurs and megafauna are brought to life in the Dinosaur Walk exhibition at Melbourne Museum.

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Megalania / Varanus priscus - Rixin

Megalania - Prehistoric lizard - is currently the largest known terrestrial lizard to have ever existed. It was believed to have had toxin-secreting glands located in its mouth, causing it to be slightly venomous.

Nimbacinus dicksoni was a small, fox sized thylacine of the Miocene by Anne Musser for the Australian Museum

Nimbacinus dicksoni was a small, fox-sized thylacine of the Miocene, a carnivorous marsupial distantly related to the 'Tasmanian Tiger' (Thylacinus cynocephalus).

Giant Australian marsupials were like no other

New research shows that Diprotodon—the largest marsupial to have ever lived—partook in seasonal migrations that took the now-extinct creature on long journeys across Australia’s Ice Age landscape.

Spinosauriedae 2 by Hyrotrioskjan

Amazing illustrations comparing an average human adult to different members of the Spinosaurid family. "Spinosauriedae 2 by Hyrotrioskjan on deviantART"

triceratops drawings - Google Search

DeviantArt is the world's largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art.

Size and scale of giant crocodiles/kin; approximations.

Size and scale of giant crocodiles/kin; - This is why bringing back some extinct animals is a BAD THING!

MegalaniaImage: Artist Peter TruslerSource: This material has been reproduced with the permission of the artist and the Australian Postal Corporation.

MegalaniaImage: Artist Peter TruslerSource: This material has been reproduced with the permission of the artist and the Australian Postal Corporation.

Australian Animal Word Cards - Australian animals, word card, flashcards, kangaroo, wallaby, kookaburra, wombat, crocodile, koala, possum

A set of word cards covering key Australian animals. Also available in cursive and precursive.

At just under a meter, the claws of Therizinosaurus are among the largest recorded.

Therizinosaurus claw - Therizinosaurus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Soft tissue reconstruction of Homotherium latidens (Mammalia, Carnivora, Felidae).

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