Anhanguera is a pterosaur with a wingspan of up to 4 metres. In the Indian language, its name means "old devil".
The Barapasaurus was one of the first large herbivores 200-182 million years ago. Although the dinosaurs were rather small at this time, it reached a length of about 14 meters.
Brachiosaurus translated means “arm lizard”. It acquired the name, because its front legs were significantly longer than its hind legs.
The Dilophosaurus lived 200-192 million years ago during the early Jurassic period. It was up to six metres long, and was one of the first large carnivorous dinosaurs of prehistoric times.
One of the first giants of the dinosaur world was the Dimetrodon. It had a sail on its back made of skin and bones and was an excellent hunter. It even killed prey bigger than itself.
The Dunkleosteus was an armoured fish with a length of eight to ten metres, which was unusually large for the Devonian period. It was one of the first giants of the underwater world, together with the Titanichthys.
Giganotosaurus was a powerful predator in the Late Cretaceous period and easy to mistake for the considerably more famous Tyrannosaurus Rex: both were very dangerous animals in any case.
The Herrerasaurus was one of the first prehistoric saurians to dominate the earth 220 million years ago. It was a dangerous hunter who moved on two legs and had sharp, serrated teeth.
The Kentrosaurus is a smaller Stegosaurus with a length of 5 metres. It had plates and spines arranged in pairs on its back, which probably served to ward off enemies or were used in courtship.
Featuring five horns and a powerful frill, the Pentaceratops was related to the Triceratops. The Pentaceratops probably had the largest skull of all land-living animals.
The most notable characteristic of this 18-metre-high, carnivorous dinosaur was a long line of spines connected by skin along its back.
The huge, heavy Stegosaurus populated the earth more than 150 million years ago. It had large bony plates on its back, and sharp spikes on its powerful tail.
Styracosaurus were stout dinosaurs that were five and a half metres long and had an impressive skull. This skull was equipped with a mighty and spiky neck frill and a nose horn of up to 50 cm in length.
The thirteen metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two legged predatory dinosaur. With its powerful head and nearly 20 centimetre long teeth, this dinosaur was an extremely impressive contemporary.
The 13-meter long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two-legged predator. With its massive skull and its nearly 20-centimeter long teeth, it was an extremely impressive dinosaur of his time.
With seventy centimeters, this two-legged and feathered predator was quite small considering other dinosaurs.