This is a Shringasaurus

This is a Shringasaurus - a type of reptile distantly related to the dinosaurs from the Triassic period. It had a humped back, long neck, four huge komodo-dragon-like limbs and of course, a pair of bent forward horns atop its head. Art by Joschua Knuppe.

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Common snapping turtle babies look like tiny dinosaurs

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Godzilla cloud

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Cranial surgery 1000~ years ago

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33ft anaconda discovered in 2016 lurking in caves near dam construction site in Brazil

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The only two known white native-born North Koreans have appeared in several propaganda films over the years.

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The 5 cm wide black/gray line separating the white and yellowish chalk is a layer of clay containing high amounts of iridium, an element not naturally occurring on Earth. It is 66 million years old and traceable all over the planet. It shows how impactful the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs was.

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Microscopic picture of a guitar string

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Pygmy Marmoset, world’s smallest monkey

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Victoria amazonica, world’s largest lily pad

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It’s so unusually cold this winter in Brazil that some cities are having snowfalls and looking like rural Russian towns

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Python eggs, laid 50 to 100 at a time, are these large soft sticky balls in a pillowy clump

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The back of da Vinci’s Mona Lisa

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Aerial view of the Netherlands during Tulip Season

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Gobekli Tepe before and after its discovery in 1994.

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Whales/Dolphins enjoy tossing around Jellyfish, their blubbery hide protecting them from the stings.

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Arctic hares

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The narwhal tooth is the only straight tusk in the world, all other tusks are known to curve. While the tusk doesn’t curve, it does form a spiral. It will always be a left-turning helix spiral. Even when a second tusk grows, both tusks spiral to the left.

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Mice having breakfast

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Great Blue Heron devouring baby alligator

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