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Dinosauromorpha Collection

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Take something home with you from the Natural History Shop

Take something home with you from the Natural History Shop
General Museum poster. Drawing of a child leading a dinosaur out of the Museum, with the slogan Take something home with you from the Natural History [Museum] Shop, South Kensington, London

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Diplodocus

Diplodocus
Weighing around 20 tonnes & reaching up to 26 metres in length Diplodocus is one of the longest-known dinosaurs. It lived 155 to 145 million years ago during the Upper Jurassic

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Polacanthus

Polacanthus
This dinosaur was from the family of armoured skinned dinosaurs, the Ankylosaurs. It was around 14 feet in length living around 125 million years ago. Fossils have been found in the Isle of Wight, UK

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Triceratops

Triceratops
The three-horned dinosaur which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 67 to 65 million years ago. It grew up to 9 metres in length and fossils have been discovered in USA

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models

Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models
Models sculpted by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, working closely with Joseph Paxton and Richard Owen, were installed in the worlds first dinosaur park which opened at Crystal Palace Park in 1854

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Archaeopteryx - bird-like dinosaur

Archaeopteryx - bird-like dinosaur
Archaeopteryx - a genus of bird-like dinosaurs that is transitional between non-avian feathered dinosaurs and modern birds. Date: Late Jurassic Period

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: The Wealden, restorations, Crystal Palace Park

The Wealden, restorations, Crystal Palace Park
Original artwork by Walter Ray Woods for Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Iguanodon and Hylaeosaurus

Iguanodon and Hylaeosaurus
Sheet 3 of a series of posters by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862, showing Iguanodon and Hylaeosaurus. Date: circa 1862

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Corythosaurus

Corythosaurus
The Corythosaurus, meaning Corinthian helmet lizard, was a bipedal herbivorous dinosaur that lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 76 to 74 million years ago

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Coprolite, fossil dung

Coprolite, fossil dung
A coprolite is a fossilized dropping, perhaps from a Dinosaur. Length 29cm

Background imageDinosauromorpha 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 imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Scene in Wealden Times

Scene in Wealden Times
Scene from the Wealden times, during the Cretacous period. Painting, oil on canvas, by Eli Marsden Wilson (1877-1965), before 1935. Original held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Coelophysis fossil

Coelophysis fossil
Coelophysis was one of the earliest known dinosaurs which lived 225 to 220 million years ago during the Upper Triassic. It was a small bipedal carnivore up to 3 metres in length

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models

Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models
Models sculpted by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, working closely with Joseph Paxton and Richard Owen, were installed in the worlds first dinosaur park which opened at Crystal Palace Park in 1854

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Iguanodon

Iguanodon
This dinosaur was a large bipedal herbivore which stood 14 feet high and 30 feet long. It lived during the Lower Cretactous around 140 to 110 million years ago

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Parasaurolophus skeleton

Parasaurolophus skeleton
This dinosaur which grew up to 10 metres in length had a large crest over the top of its head which extended over a metre. It lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 76 to 74 mya

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Pen and ink sketch by B. Waterhouse Hawkins

Pen and ink sketch by B. Waterhouse Hawkins
Sketch on the reverse of a letter dated 24 October 1855, written to Professor Richard Owen from Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins Date: 1855

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Restorations of secondary period animals

Restorations of secondary period animals
Original artwork by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, donated by his granddaughter Mary Hawkins

Background imageDinosauromorpha 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 imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Iguanodon & Megalosaurus

Iguanodon & Megalosaurus
Iguanodon was a bipedal herbivorous dinosaur that lived 140-110 million years ago. Less is known about the Megalosaurus, but it lived a little earlier than Iguanodon as a large carnivorous dinosaur

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Megalosaurus and Pterodactyle

Megalosaurus and Pterodactyle
Sheet 2 of a series of posters by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862, showing Megalosaurus and Pterodactyle

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Euoplocephalus tail club

Euoplocephalus tail club
Euoplocephalus was a heavily armoured ankylosaur dinosaur with a huge tail club formed by two bony knobs fused together. They lived around 71 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Megalosaurus

Megalosaurus
This was a carnivorous dinosaur that lived 140 million years ago during the Middle Jurassic. It grew up to 20 feet long and fossils have been discovered in the English Midlands and in Southern England

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Dinosaur tail bones

Dinosaur tail bones
From a Palaeontology field trip in Niger, West Africa

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Bill of fare from Crystal Palace, 31 / 12 / 1853

Bill of fare from Crystal Palace, 31 / 12 / 1853
Menu for the dinner in the Iguanodon and original artwork by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, donated by his granddaughter Mary Hawkins

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Allosaurus cranium

Allosaurus cranium
A detail of the skull of Allosaurus, the Upper Jurassic carnivorous dinosaur that lived 153 to 135 million years ago. On display at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Acanthopholis

Acanthopholis
A 12 foot long herbivorous armoured dinosaur which lived around 90 million years ago. Fossil evidence has been discovered in England. Painting by Neave Parker

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Cetiosaurus

Cetiosaurus
A sauropod dinosaur which grew up to 60 feet long. It lived about 160 to 170 million years ago in the Midlands and Southern England, during the Upper Juassic perid. Painting by Neave Parker

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Central Hall

Central Hall
View of the Central Hall and Diplodocus replica skeleton, Gallery 10, Life Galleries at The Natural History Museum, London. The Museum was first opened to the public in 1881

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Tupus diluculum, Bolsover dragonfly

Tupus diluculum, Bolsover dragonfly
Painting of Tupus diluculum (Bolsover dragonfly), a giant dragonfly from the Upper Carboniferous (354 to 290 mya)

Background imageDinosauromorpha 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 imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Triceratops skin detail

Triceratops skin detail
Detail of showing skin texture of an animated model of the dinosaur Triceratops created by Kokoro of Japan for the Natural History Museum, London (3/4 scale)

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Carnotaurus skeleton

Carnotaurus skeleton
This dinosaur lived around 70 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period. It grew up to 7.6 metres tall and fossils have been discovered in Argentina. Illustration by Jo Konopelko

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus
An animatronic Brachiosaurus dinosaur made by Kokoro in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Coelophysis

Coelophysis
An animatronic Coelophysis dinosaur made by Kokoro in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Psittacosaurus skull

Psittacosaurus skull
A fossil skull that belonged to the parrot-beaked like dinosaur, Psittacosaurus. It lived during the lower Cretaceous period aroun 120 - 100 million years ago

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus
An animatronic model of the dinosaur Ankylosaurus created by Kokoro Dreams of Japan. This model was on display in the T-Rex Killer Question temporary exhibition from 1st August 2002 to 3rd May 2003

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Parasaurolophus

Parasaurolophus
This dinosaur which grew up to 10 metres in length had a large crest over the top of its head which extended over a metre. It lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 76 to 74 mya

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Compsognathus

Compsognathus
Outline illustration of a Compsognathus

Background imageDinosauromorpha 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 imageDinosauromorpha Collection: The comparative sizes of extinct animals

The comparative sizes of extinct animals
Printed poster, unknown author

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Invitation to Dinner in Iguanodon 31 / 12 / 1853

Invitation to Dinner in Iguanodon 31 / 12 / 1853
Original artwork by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, donated by his granddaughter Mary Hawkins

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Triceratops horn

Triceratops horn
Triceratops which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 67 to 65 million years ago had three horns. It grew up to 9 metres in length and fossils have been discovered in USA

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Megalosaurus tooth

Megalosaurus tooth
A typical carnosaur tooth belonging to Megalosaurus. It is curved in shape, pointing backwards and has sharp, serrated edges for cutting meat. The Megalosaurus lived during the Middle Jurassic period

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Parasaurolophus skull

Parasaurolophus skull
A fossil skull belonging to the dinosaur Parasaurolophus on display at the Natural History Museum, London. This large crested dinosaur lived around 70 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous

Background imageDinosauromorpha Collection: The Country of the Iguanodon

The Country of the Iguanodon
Frontispiece by John Martin from The Wonders of Geology, Volume 1, 1857 by Gideon Mantell (1790-1852). Gideon Mantell was a palaeontologist who discovered Iguanodon fossils in England

Background imageDinosauromorpha 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 imageDinosauromorpha Collection: Iguanodon skeleton

Iguanodon skeleton
An illustration of an Iguanodon, a herbivorous dinosaur whose fossil remains have been in many parts of the world making it one of the most successful of all dinosaur species



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