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Coelurosauria Collection

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Archaeopteryx lithographica [London specimen]

Archaeopteryx lithographica [London specimen]
Main slab of rare fossil dinobird and earliest bird found in the Upper Jurassic of Solenhofen in Germany, now on display at The Natural History Museum, London. Known also as the London Archaeopteryx

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton

Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton
A skeleton of the carnivorous dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus rex at the Natural History Museum. The Tyrannosaurus rex, which grew up to around 12 metres long lived 67 to 65 million years ago during

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs
An illustration showing, Apatosaurus (formerly known as Brontosaurus), Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops and Euoplocephalus and Ornithomimosaurus

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Gallimimus

Gallimimus
An omnivorous dinosaur from Mongolia which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 74 to 70 million years ago It grew up to 6 metres in length making it the largest ornithomimid yet

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Compsognathus

Compsognathus
Outline illustration of a Compsognathus

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Oviraptor

Oviraptor
A model head of an Oviraptor. These dinosaurs are believe to have fed on eggs or shell fish due to the shape of their mouths. They lived 85-75 million years ago and fossils have been found in Mongolia

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Microraptor skeleton

Microraptor skeleton
The Microraptor was unique in having feathers. It has only been found in China and dates back to the Lower Cretaceous, 125 to 122 million years ago. It grew to around half a metre in length

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Oviraptor skeleton

Oviraptor skeleton
This dinosaur is belived to have been an egg thief. It lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 85 to 75 million years ago. Fossils have been found in Mongolia. Illustration by Jo Konopelko

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Gallimimus skeleton

Gallimimus skeleton
An omnivorous dinosaur from Mongolia which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 74 to 70 million years ago It grew up to 6 metres in length making it the largest ornithomimid yet

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex

Tyrannosaurus rex
A life size model of the head of Tyrannosaurus rex on display in the Natural History Museums Dinosaur gallery. Tyrannosaurus rex lived 67 to 65 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Spain. La Rioja. Ihnite sites. Valdebrajes. Footprint of Coe

Spain. La Rioja. Ihnite sites. Valdebrajes. Footprint of Coelurosauria

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Daspletosaurus teeth

Daspletosaurus teeth
Fossil teeth from the Daspletosaurus, a large carnivorous dinosaur closely related to, but not as big as, the Tyrannosaurus

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Tenontosaurus attacked by Deinonychus

Tenontosaurus attacked by Deinonychus
Detail of Deinonychus claw from a full scale animated model of a Tenontosaurus being attacked by five Deinonychus, made by Kokoro Co. Japan for The Natural History Museum

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex eye

Tyrannosaurus rex eye
Graphic of Tyrannosaurus rex eye. It is believed that the eye sight of this dinosaur was well adapted to hunting. It also had a large olfactory cavity creating a strong sense of smell

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Dromaeosaurus

Dromaeosaurus
The skeleton of a Dromaeosaurus, a small fast predatory dinosaur with sharp teeth and a large claw on each foot. The lived during the Upper Cretaceous 76 to 72 million years ago

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Albertosaurus

Albertosaurus
Detail of a skeletal display of Albertosaurus showing the skull, on display at the Natural History Museum, London. The Albertosaurus lived 76 to 74 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Animated model of Tyrannosaurus rex

Animated model of Tyrannosaurus rex made by Kokoro, and exhibited in the North Hall in June 1999

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Archaeopteryx [Berlin specimen]

Archaeopteryx [Berlin specimen]
Cast of the Archaeopteryx fossil specimen held at the Berlin Natural History Museum. It shows clearly the spread-out wings and long clased fingers

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex teeth

Tyrannosaurus rex teeth
Partly grown tooth in centre shows serrated edges which helped cut through mrat fibres. Fully grown tooth on right shows some worn serrations near the tip

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Microraptor

Microraptor
Illustration of a Microraptor by Jo Konopelko, Natural History Museum Design Studio

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Gallimimus

Gallimimus
Outline illustration of a Gallimimus

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Deinonychus skeleton

Deinonychus skeleton
A fast moving pretador that lived duirng the Lower Cretaceous period, 120 to 110 million years ago. Fossils have been found in the USA, being first described by Ostrom, 1969

Background imageCoelurosauria Collection: Dromaeosaurus, Fuzzy Raptor

Dromaeosaurus, Fuzzy Raptor
An animatronic model of the fuzzy raptor or dromaeosaurus created by Kokoro of Japan for the Natural History Museum. The fuzzy raptor was a small dinosaur covered in branched feathers



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