This collection is always under construction so the listing is not complete. It contains some of the better images¬†collected. While the material here is not unique to this site, it is being provided freely as a service to those who find it difficult to make connections with other sites. We’re¬†always on the lookout for additional images so feel free to email them to me or point out where I can find more images. Thanks!

Allosaurus versus Camptosaurus.
Allosaurus versus Camptosaurus
Stegosaurus.
Stegosaurus
Tarbosaurus bataar.
Tarbosaurus bataar

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Triceratops.
Triceratops
Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), South Australia.
Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), Australia