Dinosaurs Come Back to Life
Since Everything Dinosaur began, sometime back in the Holocene (the name of the Epoch that we are living in at the moment), staff have created drawing materials, quizzes, puzzles and games relating to dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures. These items are part of our ongoing commitment to help young people learn more about Earth Sciences through their fascination with dinosaurs.
Our work with teachers and educators has been recognised and we have supplied lots of help and assistance when it comes to teaching science subjects.
A natural extension, (we like to think that we are evolving), is to take the vast number of prehistoric animal drawings, fact sheets and other data and utilise them in such a way so as to help schools, and mums and dads create their own prehistoric scenes for young dinosaur fans.
Our idea is very simple, we provide all the drawing materials of dinosaurs, prehistoric animals, vegetation, marine creatures and such like and dinosaur fans can create their very own prehistoric scenes featuring their favourite animals. With so many illustrations, dinosaur drawings can be supplied by Everything Dinosaur.
We have created four scenes that link together providing a time-line from the Triassic through to the end of the Cretaceous. We even have a marine environment scene so that prehistoric animal enthusiasts can depict marine reptiles swimming in the sea and create their version of sea monsters.
Life in the Late Jurassic
Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur
The scene shows a view of the Late Jurassic, sometime around 148 million years ago for instance. A large Allosaur (predator) confronts a Stegosaurus waiting for an opportunity to attack. A Sauropod wanders by in the background, whilst in the foreground a small, nimble Ornithopod tries to avoid the gaze of the fierce Allosaurus and scampers back into the horsetails. The vegetation is based on fossil plants from this geological period and the animals depicted are creatures whose fossils date from this time in the Late Jurassic. The Pterosaur flying overhead, surveying the scene is a long-tailed Pterosaur, a Rhamphorhynchus, the dominant type of flying reptile that lived during this time. Dinosaur fans can create their own Jurassic scene using our backdrop, we can supply a range of prehistoric animals so that they can have their own, unique dinosaur poster on their wall, or why not think big and make a wall mural?
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