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Polar Bear (Ursus maritimus) two adult standing on hind legs fighting on snowy drift ice, Svalbard, NorwayPolar Bear (Ursus maritimus) two adult standing on hind legs fighting on snowy drift ice, Svalbard, NorwayPolar Bear (Ursus maritimus) two adult standing on hind legs fighting on snowy drift ice, Svalbard, Norway© Ondrej Prosicky / BIA / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two South African Oryx (Oryx gazella) bull fighting in Kgalagadi transfrontier park, South AfricaTwo South African Oryx (Oryx gazella) bull fighting in Kgalagadi transfrontier park, South AfricaTwo South African Oryx (Oryx gazella) bull fighting in Kgalagadi transfrontier park, South Africa© Patrice Correia / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two South African Oryx (Oryx gazella) bull fighting in Kgalagadi

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Honey badger (Mellivora capensis), Black backed jackal and Pale Chanting-Goshawk in hunting in Kgalagadi transfrontier park, South AfricaHoney badger (Mellivora capensis), Black backed jackal and Pale Chanting-Goshawk in hunting in Kgalagadi transfrontier park, South AfricaHoney badger (Mellivora capensis), Black backed jackal and Pale Chanting-Goshawk in hunting in Kgalagadi transfrontier park, South Africa© Patrice Correia / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Territory fights between Canada Gooses (Branta canadensis), Alsace, France.Territory fights between Canada Gooses (Branta canadensis), Alsace, France.Territory fights between Canada Gooses (Branta canadensis), Alsace, France.© Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Territory fights between Canada Gooses (Branta canadensis),

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Two Mute swan (Cygnus olor) fighting on water, Alsace, FranceTwo Mute swan (Cygnus olor) fighting on water, Alsace, FranceTwo Mute swan (Cygnus olor) fighting on water, Alsace, France© Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Three Mute swans (Cygnus olor) fighting on water, Alsace, FranceThree Mute swans (Cygnus olor) fighting on water, Alsace, FranceThree Mute swans (Cygnus olor) fighting on water, Alsace, France© Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Grey heron (Ardea cinerea) and great egret (Ardea alba) in the forest, Alsace, FranceGrey heron (Ardea cinerea) and great egret (Ardea alba) in the forest, Alsace, FranceGrey heron (Ardea cinerea) and great egret (Ardea alba) in the forest, Alsace, France© Christophe Ravier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus) pair with winter pelage fighting in snow, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, United KingdomMountain Hare (Lepus timidus) pair with winter pelage fighting in snow, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, United KingdomMountain Hare (Lepus timidus) pair with winter pelage fighting in snow, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, United Kingdom© Brais Seara Fernandez / BIA / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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African elephant (Loxodonta africana) two males fighting, Serengeti National Park, TanzaniaAfrican elephant (Loxodonta africana) two males fighting, Serengeti National Park, TanzaniaAfrican elephant (Loxodonta africana) two males fighting, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania© Martin Grimm / BIA / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two Common dwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula) fighting in Kruger National park, South AfricaTwo Common dwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula) fighting in Kruger National park, South AfricaTwo Common dwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula) fighting in Kruger National park, South Africa© Patrice Correia / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Close-up of two African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana) head bonding in Kruger National park, South AfricaClose-up of two African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana) head bonding in Kruger National park, South AfricaClose-up of two African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana) head bonding in Kruger National park, South Africa© Patrice Correia / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.Pliosaurus irgisensis attacking a shark.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis eats the carrion of a dead animal as Angustinaripterus longicephalus scavenge in the background.Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis eats the carrion of a dead animal as Angustinaripterus longicephalus scavenge in the background.Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis eats the carrion of a dead animal as Angustinaripterus longicephalus scavenge in the background.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Yangchuanosaurus shangyouensis eats the carrion of a dead animal

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A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.

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A Baryonyx dinosaur with a fish in mouth, white background.A Baryonyx dinosaur with a fish in mouth, white background.A Baryonyx dinosaur with a fish in mouth, white background.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi.

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Predators Biarmosuchus tener eating the flesh of a Estemmenosuchus mirabilis.Predators Biarmosuchus tener eating the flesh of a Estemmenosuchus mirabilis.Predators Biarmosuchus tener eating the flesh of a Estemmenosuchus mirabilis.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Baryonyx dinosaur catches a fish out of water in the Cretaceous Period.A Baryonyx dinosaur catches a fish out of water in the Cretaceous Period.A Baryonyx dinosaur catches a fish out of water in the Cretaceous Period.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Baryonyx dinosaur catches a fish out of water in the Cretaceous

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A Carnotaurus eating the flesh of a dead Chubutisaurus.A Carnotaurus eating the flesh of a dead Chubutisaurus.A Carnotaurus eating the flesh of a dead Chubutisaurus.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Carnotaurus eating the flesh of a dead Chubutisaurus.

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Velociraptors chase a Bagaceratops in a prehistoric desert.Velociraptors chase a Bagaceratops in a prehistoric desert.Velociraptors chase a Bagaceratops in a prehistoric desert.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Velociraptors chase a Bagaceratops in a prehistoric desert.

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Two Allosaurus europaeus with a Hypsilophodon foxii in mouth as its next meal.Two Allosaurus europaeus with a Hypsilophodon foxii in mouth as its next meal.Two Allosaurus europaeus with a Hypsilophodon foxii in mouth as its next meal.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Tarbosaurus dinosaur and an armored Saichania ankylosaurid in a prehistoric landscape.A Tarbosaurus dinosaur and an armored Saichania ankylosaurid in a prehistoric landscape.A Tarbosaurus dinosaur and an armored Saichania ankylosaurid in a prehistoric landscape.© Yuriy Priymak / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A 30-foot-long, 10 ton juvenile titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur of the genus Antarctosaurus is approached from behind by a 25-foot-long, two ton adult abelisaurid theropod dinosaur of the genus Abelisaurus, deep in a forest in what is today Argentina. Likely a fierce predator, Abelisaurus resembled the larger Tyrannosaurus Rex that was to roam North America 10 million years later. Antarctosaurus was an herbivore that may have grown to 60 feet long and weighed up to 100 tons. Antarctosaurus had a squarish, blunt head with peg-shaped teeth.A 30-foot-long, 10 ton juvenile titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur of the genus Antarctosaurus is approached from behind by a 25-foot-long, two ton adult abelisaurid theropod dinosaur of the genus Abelisaurus, deep in a forest in what is today Argentina. Likely a fierce predator, Abelisaurus resembled the larger Tyrannosaurus Rex that was to roam North America 10 million years later. Antarctosaurus was an herbivore that may have grown to 60 feet long and weighed up to 100 tons. Antarctosaurus had a squarish, blunt head with peg-shaped teeth.A 30-foot-long, 10 ton juvenile titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur of the genus Antarctosaurus is approached from behind by a 25-foot-long, two ton adult abelisaurid theropod dinosaur of the genus Abelisaurus, deep in a forest in what is today Argentina. Likely a fierce predator, Abelisaurus resembled the larger Tyrannosaurus Rex that was to roam North America 10 million years later. Antarctosaurus was an herbivore that may have grown to 60 feet long and weighed up to 100 tons. Antarctosaurus had a squarish, blunt head with peg-shaped teeth.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia. Elasmotherium had longer legs than today's smaller modern rhinos, probably enabling it to gallop like a horse.A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia. Elasmotherium had longer legs than today's smaller modern rhinos, probably enabling it to gallop like a horse.A pair of male Elasmotherium confront one another on the ancient steppe of what is today Southern Russia. Elasmotherium had longer legs than today's smaller modern rhinos, probably enabling it to gallop like a horse.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A five ton, Early Cretaceous Suchomimus snags a shark from a lush estuary near the ancient Tethys Ocean in what today is Northern Africa. . Suchomimus was well-armed with long claws and a long, crocodile-like snout with dozens of teeth. Given these distinctly crocodilian features, it's believed that this dinosaur, like modern day crocodiles, dined largely on fish.A five ton, Early Cretaceous Suchomimus snags a shark from a lush estuary near the ancient Tethys Ocean in what today is Northern Africa. . Suchomimus was well-armed with long claws and a long, crocodile-like snout with dozens of teeth. Given these distinctly crocodilian features, it's believed that this dinosaur, like modern day crocodiles, dined largely on fish.A five ton, Early Cretaceous Suchomimus snags a shark from a lush estuary near the ancient Tethys Ocean in what today is Northern Africa. . Suchomimus was well-armed with long claws and a long, crocodile-like snout with dozens of teeth. Given these distinctly crocodilian features, it's believed that this dinosaur, like modern day crocodiles, dined largely on fish.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming courtship dance in a secluded pool 80 million years ago in what is today North America. The gull-like birds are Ichthyornis, the Cretaceous ecological equivalent of modern seabirds such as gulls, petrels, and skimmers. . At over two tons, Elasmosaurus was an air-breathing carnivorous reptile with flippers for limbs and a relatively small head with sharp teeth. More than half of its length was neck which had more than 70 vertebrae, more than any other animal.A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming courtship dance in a secluded pool 80 million years ago in what is today North America. The gull-like birds are Ichthyornis, the Cretaceous ecological equivalent of modern seabirds such as gulls, petrels, and skimmers. . At over two tons, Elasmosaurus was an air-breathing carnivorous reptile with flippers for limbs and a relatively small head with sharp teeth. More than half of its length was neck which had more than 70 vertebrae, more than any other animal.A pair of 40-foot-long Elasmosaurus engage in a swimming courtship dance in a secluded pool 80 million years ago in what is today North America. The gull-like birds are Ichthyornis, the Cretaceous ecological equivalent of modern seabirds such as gulls, petrels, and skimmers. . At over two tons, Elasmosaurus was an air-breathing carnivorous reptile with flippers for limbs and a relatively small head with sharp teeth. More than half of its length was neck which had more than 70 vertebrae, more than any other animal.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.Artist's concept of primary marine predators that shared the ocean waters of the Western Interior Seaway of North America 75 million years ago. Left to right is a non-descript invertebrate pursued by a 4 foot long Enchodus, followed by a 17 foot long Dolichorhynchops, followed by a 55 foot long Mosasaur.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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An Allosaurus stumbles upon a grazing Stegosaurus in a Jurassic Redwood forest. While it's probable that the 30 foot, 2 ton Allosaurus preyed upon large herbivores, it is doubtful that one would have risked a direct confrontation with an adult Stegosaurus, which could weigh as much as 5 tons and wields a powerful tail tipped with 3-foot spikes. Adding to its survivability, Stegosaurus' front legs may have been strong enough to allow it to pivot and swing its entire backside around to ward off an assault. . In addition to Redwoods and varieties of fern, this Jurassic-period forest includes the now extinct Pachypteris, an arboreal plant that grew to a height of 10 feet and populated every major continent 160 million years ago (in this image, the Stegosaurus is stepping back onto a Pachypteris, obliging a much smaller lizard to abandon its roost). . Was the Allosaurus really striped like Siberian tigers? Fossilized impressions of dinosaur skins reveal combinations of smooth and bony scales, and even feathers for some, but nothing has been preserved that would tell us what colors may have adorned them. Nevertheless, there are plenty of colorful modern reptiles for us to refer to, and birds, which may be the dinosaurs' closest living descendents, are among the most colorful vertebrates of all. Allosaurus reigned for 10 million years, so there was plenty of opportunity for them to evolve a wide variety of coloring schemes, if required.An Allosaurus stumbles upon a grazing Stegosaurus in a Jurassic Redwood forest. While it's probable that the 30 foot, 2 ton Allosaurus preyed upon large herbivores, it is doubtful that one would have risked a direct confrontation with an adult Stegosaurus, which could weigh as much as 5 tons and wields a powerful tail tipped with 3-foot spikes. Adding to its survivability, Stegosaurus' front legs may have been strong enough to allow it to pivot and swing its entire backside around to ward off an assault. . In addition to Redwoods and varieties of fern, this Jurassic-period forest includes the now extinct Pachypteris, an arboreal plant that grew to a height of 10 feet and populated every major continent 160 million years ago (in this image, the Stegosaurus is stepping back onto a Pachypteris, obliging a much smaller lizard to abandon its roost). . Was the Allosaurus really striped like Siberian tigers? Fossilized impressions of dinosaur skins reveal combinations of smooth and bony scales, and even feathers for some, but nothing has been preserved that would tell us what colors may have adorned them. Nevertheless, there are plenty of colorful modern reptiles for us to refer to, and birds, which may be the dinosaurs' closest living descendents, are among the most colorful vertebrates of all. Allosaurus reigned for 10 million years, so there was plenty of opportunity for them to evolve a wide variety of coloring schemes, if required.An Allosaurus stumbles upon a grazing Stegosaurus in a Jurassic Redwood forest. While it's probable that the 30 foot, 2 ton Allosaurus preyed upon large herbivores, it is doubtful that one would have risked a direct confrontation with an adult Stegosaurus, which could weigh as much as 5 tons and wields a powerful tail tipped with 3-foot spikes. Adding to its survivability, Stegosaurus' front legs may have been strong enough to allow it to pivot and swing its entire backside around to ward off an assault. . In addition to Redwoods and varieties of fern, this Jurassic-period forest includes the now extinct Pachypteris, an arboreal plant that grew to a height of 10 feet and populated every major continent 160 million years ago (in this image, the Stegosaurus is stepping back onto a Pachypteris, obliging a much smaller lizard to abandon its roost). . Was the Allosaurus really striped like Siberian tigers? Fossilized impressions of dinosaur skins reveal combinations of smooth and bony scales, and even feathers for some, but nothing has been preserved that would tell us what colors may have adorned them. Nevertheless, there are plenty of colorful modern reptiles for us to refer to, and birds, which may be the dinosaurs' closest living descendents, are among the most colorful vertebrates of all. Allosaurus reigned for 10 million years, so there was plenty of opportunity for them to evolve a wide variety of coloring schemes, if required.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two giant Moschops face off on a sandstone mesa 250 million years ago in what is today the Karoo region of South Africa. . Moschops was not a dinosaur, rather it was a mammal-like reptile that, like Dimetrodon, was more closely related to mammals than to true reptiles such as lizards. Moschops was a heavily-built, 4-legged herbivore that grew up to 16 feet long.Two giant Moschops face off on a sandstone mesa 250 million years ago in what is today the Karoo region of South Africa. . Moschops was not a dinosaur, rather it was a mammal-like reptile that, like Dimetrodon, was more closely related to mammals than to true reptiles such as lizards. Moschops was a heavily-built, 4-legged herbivore that grew up to 16 feet long.Two giant Moschops face off on a sandstone mesa 250 million years ago in what is today the Karoo region of South Africa. . Moschops was not a dinosaur, rather it was a mammal-like reptile that, like Dimetrodon, was more closely related to mammals than to true reptiles such as lizards. Moschops was a heavily-built, 4-legged herbivore that grew up to 16 feet long.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two giant Moschops face off on a sandstone mesa 250 million years

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Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus mirabilis face off in a Paleozoic lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains. About the size of a modern adult bull, Estemmenosuchus mirabilis was a plant-eating early ancestor of today's mammals.Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus mirabilis face off in a Paleozoic lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains. About the size of a modern adult bull, Estemmenosuchus mirabilis was a plant-eating early ancestor of today's mammals.Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus mirabilis face off in a Paleozoic lake 255 million years ago in what is today the Perm region of Russia near the Ural Mountains. About the size of a modern adult bull, Estemmenosuchus mirabilis was a plant-eating early ancestor of today's mammals.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Resembling modern day hippopotami, three Estemmenosuchus

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Dimetrodon fight over territory in a scene that must have been repeated many times 280 million years ago. Their spectacular sails are backlit revealing the translucent skin supported by long neural spines, each one sprouting from an individual vertebra. These dimetrodons are each about 11 feet long.Dimetrodon fight over territory in a scene that must have been repeated many times 280 million years ago. Their spectacular sails are backlit revealing the translucent skin supported by long neural spines, each one sprouting from an individual vertebra. These dimetrodons are each about 11 feet long.Dimetrodon fight over territory in a scene that must have been repeated many times 280 million years ago. Their spectacular sails are backlit revealing the translucent skin supported by long neural spines, each one sprouting from an individual vertebra. These dimetrodons are each about 11 feet long.© Walter Myers / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Spinosaurus catches a young Stomatosuchus.A Spinosaurus catches a young Stomatosuchus.A Spinosaurus catches a young Stomatosuchus.© Vitor Silva / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Spinosaurus catches a young Stomatosuchus.

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An Ophthalmosaurus catches a squid in the deep sea.An Ophthalmosaurus catches a squid in the deep sea.An Ophthalmosaurus catches a squid in the deep sea.© Vitor Silva / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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An Ophthalmosaurus catches a squid in the deep sea.

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Microraptor hunting a small lizard on a tree branch.Microraptor hunting a small lizard on a tree branch.Microraptor hunting a small lizard on a tree branch.© Vitor Silva / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Microraptor hunting a small lizard on a tree branch.

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Tyrannosaurus rex attacking a Triceratops. Isolated on white background with dropped shadow.Tyrannosaurus rex attacking a Triceratops. Isolated on white background with dropped shadow.Tyrannosaurus rex attacking a Triceratops. Isolated on white background with dropped shadow.© Leonello Calvetti / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Tyrannosaurus rex attacking a Triceratops. Isolated on white

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A Tyrannosaurus Rex hunting two Gallimimus dinosaurs in a prehistoric river.A Tyrannosaurus Rex hunting two Gallimimus dinosaurs in a prehistoric river.A Tyrannosaurus Rex hunting two Gallimimus dinosaurs in a prehistoric river.© Leonello Calvetti / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A Tyrannosaurus Rex hunting two Gallimimus dinosaurs in a

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A territorial dispute between a pair of Tyrannotitan chubutensis male dinosaursA territorial dispute between a pair of Tyrannotitan chubutensis male dinosaursA territorial dispute between a pair of Tyrannotitan chubutensis male dinosaurs© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A territorial dispute between a pair of Tyrannotitan chubutensis

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A Therizinosaurus emerges from the undergrowth to prevent a young Tarbosaurus in his hunt for Gallimimus.A Therizinosaurus emerges from the undergrowth to prevent a young Tarbosaurus in his hunt for Gallimimus.A Therizinosaurus emerges from the undergrowth to prevent a young Tarbosaurus in his hunt for Gallimimus.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A female Saurolophus attempts to crush a Tarchia armored dinosaur as it seeks to destroy their nest.A female Saurolophus attempts to crush a Tarchia armored dinosaur as it seeks to destroy their nest.A female Saurolophus attempts to crush a Tarchia armored dinosaur as it seeks to destroy their nest.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A female Saurolophus attempts to crush a Tarchia armored dinosaur

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A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two Indosuchus dinosaurs away from a dead Titanosaurus. A pack of small Compsosuchus watch while they eat scraps of meat in the foreground.A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two Indosuchus dinosaurs away from a dead Titanosaurus. A pack of small Compsosuchus watch while they eat scraps of meat in the foreground.A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two Indosuchus dinosaurs away from a dead Titanosaurus. A pack of small Compsosuchus watch while they eat scraps of meat in the foreground.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two

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Confronation between a Neovenator allosaurid and a Polacanthus armored dinosaur during the Early Cretaceous Period.Confronation between a Neovenator allosaurid and a Polacanthus armored dinosaur during the Early Cretaceous Period.Confronation between a Neovenator allosaurid and a Polacanthus armored dinosaur during the Early Cretaceous Period.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Confronation between a Neovenator allosaurid and a Polacanthus

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Raptors attack a vulnerable Mosasaurus that remained aground at low tide.Raptors attack a vulnerable Mosasaurus that remained aground at low tide.Raptors attack a vulnerable Mosasaurus that remained aground at low tide.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Raptors attack a vulnerable Mosasaurus that remained aground at

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Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and fell, allowing the lambeosaurine to escape.Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and fell, allowing the lambeosaurine to escape.Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and fell, allowing the lambeosaurine to escape.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and

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Two Geosternbergia pterosaurs fighting over small fish.Two Geosternbergia pterosaurs fighting over small fish.Two Geosternbergia pterosaurs fighting over small fish.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Two Geosternbergia pterosaurs fighting over small fish.

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A large carnivorous Dracovenator chasing a group of Heterodontosaurus dinosaurs during the Early Jurassic period.A large carnivorous Dracovenator chasing a group of Heterodontosaurus dinosaurs during the Early Jurassic period.A large carnivorous Dracovenator chasing a group of Heterodontosaurus dinosaurs during the Early Jurassic period.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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A large carnivorous Dracovenator chasing a group of

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Conflict between two male Altirhinus kurzanovi dinosaurs, with a group of female Altirhinus grazing in the background.Conflict between two male Altirhinus kurzanovi dinosaurs, with a group of female Altirhinus grazing in the background.Conflict between two male Altirhinus kurzanovi dinosaurs, with a group of female Altirhinus grazing in the background.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Conflict between two male Altirhinus kurzanovi dinosaurs, with a

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A family of Zhuchengtyrannus magnus, the mother with their offspring.A family of Zhuchengtyrannus magnus, the mother with their offspring.A family of Zhuchengtyrannus magnus, the mother with their offspring.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The painting shows a couple of predators has been named Tiktaalik roseae Mapusaurus, trying to isolate the herd to a young Argentinosaurus Huinculensis sauropod. Another copy of most size tries to prevent the attack.The painting shows a couple of predators has been named Tiktaalik roseae Mapusaurus, trying to isolate the herd to a young Argentinosaurus Huinculensis sauropod. Another copy of most size tries to prevent the attack.The painting shows a couple of predators has been named Tiktaalik roseae Mapusaurus, trying to isolate the herd to a young Argentinosaurus Huinculensis sauropod. Another copy of most size tries to prevent the attack.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The painting shows a couple of predators has been named Tiktaalik

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A large carnivore Neovenator salerii has fallen into a trap where he is approached by Eotyrannus lengi, the vultures. The environment has been recently hit by a tornado.A large carnivore Neovenator salerii has fallen into a trap where he is approached by Eotyrannus lengi, the vultures. The environment has been recently hit by a tornado.A large carnivore Neovenator salerii has fallen into a trap where he is approached by Eotyrannus lengi, the vultures. The environment has been recently hit by a tornado.© Sergey Krasovskiy / Stocktrek Images / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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