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Baryonyx (/ˌbæriˈɒnᵻks/) is a genus of theropod dinosaur which ...

wikipedia - 18 Sep 2016
Baryonyx (/ˌbæriˈɒnᵻks/) is a genus of theropod dinosaur which lived in the Barremian stage of the early Cretaceous Period, about 130–125 million years ago. The holotype specimen was discovered in 1983 in Surrey, England, and the animal was named Baryonyx walkeri in 1986. The genus name, Baryonyx, means "heavy claw" and alludes to the animal's very large claw on the first finger; the specific name (walkeri) refers to its discoverer, amateur fossil hunter William J. Walker. Fragmentary specimen
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'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' 4K Ultra HD review

Washington Times - 19 Sep 2018
The latest blockbuster devoted to modern man co-existing with genetically cloned dinosaurs stomps and loudly growls over to the ultra-high definition, home theater format in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom(Universal Studios Home Entertainment, rated PG ...
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Another 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Teaser Reveals Baryonyx!

Bloody Disgusting - 04 Dec 2017
As noted on the Jurassic World website, Baryonyx (which means “Heavy Claw”) is a 30-foot, 2-ton carnivore, one of the largest fish-eating dinosaurs. “Its crocodile-like head and dangerous claws make it a master hunter of rivers and lakes for Cretaceous ...
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12 of the World's Best Dinosaur Museums

Reader's Digest - 26 Sep 2018
The Natural History Museum of London's collection of world-famous dinosaur includes an Iguanodon (one of the first species ever described as a dinosaur), a Baryonyx (one of the largest meat-eating dinos to roam Europe), the most complete Stegosaurus ...
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Dark Horse Comics January 2019 Solicitations

The Outhouse - 18 Oct 2018
This book features forty-five line-art images depicting the lush environments and heart-racing action from the hit film, including all of your favorite dinosaurs, the Indoraptor, Baryonyx, Stygimoloch, and fan favorites T. Rex, Mosasaurus, and Blue ...
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New Jurassic World 2 Dinosaurs Revealed in AR Book

MovieWeb - 02 Dec 2017
The product information for the book reveals that two new dinosaurs will be facing off against Chris Pratt in Jurassic World 2 and one of them is the fan favorite Baryonyx. The other dinosaur isn't named, but we're told that it's a "terrifying" new ...
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Debunking dinosaur myths and movie misconceptions

The Natural History Museum - 23 May 2018
'That supports the theory that it was a fish-eating dinosaur. It wasn't just eating fish though - they also found juvenile Iguanodon bones in its stomach.' Baryonyx and its cousin Spinosaurus may have supplemented their diets with other dinosaurs, but ...
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The strange creatures that used to roam Britain

Telegraph.co.uk - 12 Jan 2015
Baryonyx. Baryonyx is a genus of carnivorous saurischian dinosaur first discovered in clay pits just south of Dorking, England, and later reported from fossils found in northern Spain and Portugal. The mouth shape of this creature was very similar to ...
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11 gloriously absurd moments in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

EW.com - 22 Jun 2018
With all the bluster of a WWE super-fan, she identifies an equally convenient office chair in the corner, allowing the pair to scamper to safety as the Baryonyx snaps at their feet and magma continues to pour in from the ceiling. It's an escape so ...
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Every Dinosaur in the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Trailer

Screen Rant - 08 Dec 2017
After multiple mini-teases, the full-length trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (a.k.a. Jurassic World 2, a.k.a. Jurassic Park 5) has finally been bestowed upon the masses, bringing with it an awful lot of terrifying dinosaurs. It's an exciting ...
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How Baryonyx Caused the Great Spinosaur Makeover

Smithsonian (blog) - 20 Oct 2011
In 1986, Alan Charig and Angela Milner described a very strange, crocodile-snouted dinosaur they called Baryonyx. The Cretaceous creature turned out to be the key to identifying what is now one of the most famous dinosaur groups, the spinosaurs.

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