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Choose from 681 pictures in our Extinct collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany Featured Extinct Print

Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany

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Fossil Bird Archaeopteryx Cast - Original specimen in Berlin - Germany
Known as "the first bird" with both dinosaurian and avian features which some say represents a "missing link" between dinosaurs and birds - Had teeth - a bony tail and claws but like birds had flight feathers and hollow bones - First discovered in 1861 in the Solnhofen beds in Germany
John Cancalosi
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

Artwork of a spinosaurus dinosaur Featured Extinct Print

Artwork of a spinosaurus dinosaur

Spinosaurus (meaning spine lizard') was arguably the largest known meat-eating dinosaur. It was longer even than Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus at, according to one estimate, up to 18m in length. Named for the elongated spinal bones that make up the curious sail on its back, spinosaurus was probably a fish-eater. Its head was narrow like that of a crocodile and, like that animal, might have spent its life on land and in water. It lived towards the end of the Cretaceous period, in what is now northern Africa

© Science Photo Library

Artwork of pteranodon sternbergi Featured Extinct Print

Artwork of pteranodon sternbergi

Pteranodon (meaning winged and toothless') was one of the largest known pterosaurs, or flying reptiles, with a wing span of more than 6 metres (20 ft). It lived in North America at the end of the Cretaceous period, but vanished along with all other pterosaurs, the dinosaurs and other animals some 65 million years ago. Two species of Pteranodon are recognised, differentiated only in the shape of the crest on the skull. The crest of P. sternbergi, shown here, was more upright compared to that of the other species, P. longiceps. Both species were carnivorous, probably feeding mostly on fish