Top, left to right: Suskityrannus hazelae (https://rdcu.be/bZQyi) and Mansourasaurus shahinae (https://rdcu.be/bZQyn); middle, left to right: Ingentia prima (https://rdcu.be/bZQyq), Elasmotherium sibiricum (https://rdcu.be/bZQys), Caelestiventus hanseni (https://rdcu.be/bZQyy), Inquicus fellatus (https://rdcu.be/bZQyz) and Chimerarachne yingi (https://rdcu.be/bZQyG); bottom, left to right: an anurognathid pterosaur (https://rdcu.be/bZQyN) and Ursus spelaeus (https://rdcu.be/bZQyR).
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