Early Cretaceous

Dale Winkler

Early Cretaceous Period (Real Media)

courtesy of Karen Carr

Acrocanthasaurus in Early Cretaceous forest

courtesy of Karen Carr

Tenontosaurus

courtesy of Karen Carr

Glen Rose: coastal flats of the Early Cretaceous

courtesy of Karen Carr

Pawpawsaurus: found in the latest Early Cretaceous of the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex. These nodosaurs did not appear in Texas until after the dinosaurs known from around Dinosaur Valley State Park had disappeared.

courtesy of Karen Carr

Protohadros: A new dinosaur that is at least closely related to duck-bills or hadrosaurs. Found in the earliest Late Cretaceous of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, this animal reppresents one of the first appearances of dinosaurs with a more capable feeding system.


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