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In the Saurian Age, when the Worlds inhabitants were gigantic peptiles, 1907
In the Saurian Age, when the Worlds inhabitants were gigantic peptiles, 1907
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Abduction (Entführung), 1878/1880. Creator: Max Klinger
Abduction (Entführung), 1878/1880. Creator: Max Klinger
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Variety Act 1: Maxi the Ichthyosaurus Turned Man (Varietenummer 1
Variety Act 1: Maxi the Ichthyosaurus Turned Man (Varietenummer 1
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The Geological Lecture Room, Oxford: Dr. William Buckland Lecturing on February 15, 182
The Geological Lecture Room, Oxford: Dr. William Buckland Lecturing on February 15, 182
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Where the Beasts of Prehistory Lurk By the Lake in the Palace Grounds, c1935
Where the Beasts of Prehistory Lurk By the Lake in the Palace Grounds, c1935
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The Succession of Life in the Rocks, 1935
The Succession of Life in the Rocks, 1935
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Footprint possibly of a Saurolophus Angustrirostris, a big herbivore dinosaur populating
Footprint possibly of a Saurolophus Angustrirostris, a big herbivore dinosaur populating
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Head of a Tarbosaurus, from Mongolia, late Cretaceous period, 70-65 million years ago
Head of a Tarbosaurus, from Mongolia, late Cretaceous period, 70-65 million years ago
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Brontosaurus skeleton, American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA
Brontosaurus skeleton, American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA
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A group of triceratops, 20th century
A group of triceratops, 20th century
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A diplodocus, 20th century
A diplodocus, 20th century
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The Queen in the Woodwardian Museum, c1850s, (1900)
The Queen in the Woodwardian Museum, c1850s, (1900)
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Where the Beasts of Prehistory Lurk By the Lake in the Palace Grounds, c1935. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Where the Beasts of Prehistory Lurk By the Lake in the Palace Grounds, c1935. Creator: Unknown

Where the Beasts of Prehistory Lurk By the Lake in the Palace Grounds, c1935. Statues of life-size prehistoric monsters dating from 1854 in Crystal Palace Park, Sydenham, south London. They were created by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins who was commissioned by the Crystal Palace Company to build a series of prehistoric animal sculptures. Hawkins was advised by paleontologist Sir Richard Owen, and the sculptures were based on the latest scientific knowledge at the time. However the dinosaurs are incorrect by modern standards. From "Wonderful London, Volume 3", edited by Arthur St John Adcock. [The Fleetway House, London, c1935]

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Dragon, 1678. Artist: Athanasius Kircher
Dragon, 1678. Artist: Athanasius Kircher
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Small dragon, 1678. Artist: Athanasius Kircher
Small dragon, 1678. Artist: Athanasius Kircher
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Naturalists dining inside a model of a dinosaur, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, New Years Eve
Naturalists dining inside a model of a dinosaur, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, New Years Eve
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The Meeting of the (Royal) Zoological Society, Hanover Square, London, 1885
The Meeting of the (Royal) Zoological Society, Hanover Square, London, 1885
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A Scientific Institution. During ye Lecture of an Eminent Savan, 1849
A Scientific Institution. During ye Lecture of an Eminent Savan, 1849
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Richard Owen, British naturalist, c1856 (1891)
Richard Owen, British naturalist, c1856 (1891)
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Richard Owen, English anatomist and paleontologist, 1872
Richard Owen, English anatomist and paleontologist, 1872
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Comparison of the teeth of an iguanodon with those of a modern iguana, 1836
Comparison of the teeth of an iguanodon with those of a modern iguana, 1836
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Triceratops, a horned dinosaur, held down by a Tyrannosaur, c1920
Triceratops, a horned dinosaur, held down by a Tyrannosaur, c1920
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Discovery of iguanodon fossils, Bernissart, Belgium, 1878 (c1880)
Discovery of iguanodon fossils, Bernissart, Belgium, 1878 (c1880)
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Ideal Jurassic landscape in America, 1884. Artist: Othniel Charles Marsh
Ideal Jurassic landscape in America, 1884. Artist: Othniel Charles Marsh
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A Sawrian, 1836. Artist: John Scott
A Sawrian, 1836. Artist: John Scott
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Naturalists dining inside a model of a dinosaur, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, New Years Eve, 1853 Featured Image

Naturalists dining inside a model of a dinosaur, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, New Years Eve, 1853

Naturalists dining inside a model of a dinosaur, Crystal Palace, Sydenham, New Year's Eve, 1853. Dinner given by sculptor Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins (1807-1889) to celebrate his completion of two Iguanodon statues to be put on on display at the relocated Crystal Palace. The guests, who had their meal inside one of the statues, included Richard Owen (1804-1892), the naturalist Edward Forbes (1815-1854) and the ornithologist John Gould (1804-1881). The sculptures were placed in a landscaped area of the park in Sydenham, now Bromley, South London. From The Ilustrated London News, (January 1854)

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Gideon Algernon Mantell, English geologist, 1852
Gideon Algernon Mantell, English geologist, 1852
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Fossil skeleton of a Pteradactyl
Fossil skeleton of a Pteradactyl
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Triceratops model
Triceratops model
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Model of Allosaurs
Model of Allosaurs
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Fossil of a Pterodactyl
Fossil of a Pterodactyl
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The Extinct Animals model room at Crystal Palace, Sydenham, 1853
The Extinct Animals model room at Crystal Palace, Sydenham, 1853
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Iguanodon, 1895
Iguanodon, 1895
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Fossil skeleton of a Pterodactyl, from the British Museums collection
Fossil skeleton of a Pterodactyl, from the British Museums collection
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Geology and Palaeontology, c1880
Geology and Palaeontology, c1880
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Cretaceous Dinosaur fossil, Mesozoic era
Cretaceous Dinosaur fossil, Mesozoic era
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The ica stone. A dinosaur killing a man. Creator: The Ica stones
The ica stone. A dinosaur killing a man. Creator: The Ica stones
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The ica stone. A man killing a dinosaur. Creator: The Ica stones
The ica stone. A man killing a dinosaur. Creator: The Ica stones
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Gideon Algernon Mantell, English geologist, 1852 Featured Image

Gideon Algernon Mantell, English geologist, 1852

Gideon Algernon Mantell, English geologist, 1852. In 1820 Mantell (1790-1852) discovered fossil parts of the Iguanodon and deduced from its teeth that it was a herbivore, not a carnivore like previously known dinosaurs. Engraving published in The Illustrated London News at the time of Mantell's death. (London, 1852)

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Nat His Museum, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
Nat His Museum, 2005. Creator: Ethel Davies
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