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Styracosaurus Illustration Featured Related Images Print

Styracosaurus Illustration

Horned dinosaurs (ceratopsians) evolved in Asia 160 million years ago, then colonised North America about 110 million years ago and Europe by 85 million years ago. The first ceratopsians were small, walked on two legs (bipedal) and lacked the large frill and facial horns of later species. Towards the end of the Cretaceous Period, gigantic species evolved and were among the most common dinosaurs in Laramidia, a huge island that formed when the rising sea level divided North America into several continental islands. 75 million years ago, the eastern coastal plain of Laramidia supported the highest diversity of giant herbivores recorded anywhere. Several ceratopsians, including Styracosaurus, co-existed there with numerous species of duckbill dinosaurs, ankylosaurs and other large ornithischians

© WA Museum

A railway engine on the Italian-built railway line near Wadi Rum, Jordan Featured Related Images Print

A railway engine on the Italian-built railway line near Wadi Rum, Jordan

© David Williams

Aqaba, Asia, Desert, Geology, Jordan, Nature, Railway Engine, Railway Line, Sand, Transport, Wadi Rum, World

Gamelan Player Featured Related Images Print

Gamelan Player

circa 1930: A gamelan being played in Burma. The gamelan consists of a circle of small drums which have a boss in the centre and are played by a man sitting in the middle striking them with a small hammer. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

3067852, Format Landscape, M 150380 No Neg, M Mus Inst National Bur, Male, Mus, Music, Musical Instrument, Musical Oddities, Percussion Instrument, South East Asia, White