Natural History Museum.

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A really big chunk amethyst from Brazil found in 1904

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On the left, a Acadopardoxides biareus from Morocco. On the right, Bradysaurus baini, 265 million years old, found in South Africa.

 

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On the left, Ceratops montanus, 76 million years old, found in Montana. On the right, the leg of an Ultrasaurus, weighed 70 tons, 140 million years old.

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On the left, “Life size model of a terror bird,” which was hanging out 17,000 years ago in South America. On the right, a Prodeinotherium bavarcium, apparently this one is small.

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On the left, Tetralophodon longirostris, Jaw bone of a Mastodon. On the right, the jaw bone of a Deinotherium giganteum.

IMG_2233 IMG_2234 IMG_2235  Mandatory T-Rex, and another (unsure).

 

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The largest turtle in the world, 74 million years old.

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Ichthyosaurs, a dolphin marine reptile from 245 million years ago.

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A “Terror Claw” or Deinonychus antirrhopus.

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Dorygnathus banthensis, 150 million years old.

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Cretaceous, 85 million year old.

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The oldest human figure (yet) known to the world: 32,000 years old.

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On the left,Homo neanderthalensis, 40,000 years old. On the right, Homo neanderthalensis, 36,000 years old.

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On the left, Homo sapiens, 40,000 year old. On the right, Homo erectus, 1.1 million-750,000 thousand years old.

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On the left, Homo antecessor, 780,000 years old. On the right, Homo heidelbergensis, 1.3 million – 780,000 years old.

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On the left, Homo heidelbergensis, 530,000 years old. On the right, Homo ergaster “Turkish Boy,” 1.6 million years old.

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On the left, Australopithecus anamensis, 4.2 million years old. On the right, Homo habilis, 1.9-1.8 million years old.

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Australopithecus afarensis, 3 million years old.

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Mandatory saber-tooth tiger.

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