During the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, these awe-inspiring creatures claimed their prey with a variety of lethal weapons — from sharp teeth to piercing claws. Four of their images have been transformed into body art: the crocodile-like Suchomimus, crested Cryolophosaurus, sli... read more
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During the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, these awe-inspiring creatures claimed their prey with a variety of lethal weapons — from sharp teeth to piercing claws. Four of their images have been transformed into body art: the crocodile-like Suchomimus, crested Cryolophosaurus, slightly built but vicious Velociraptor, and the king of the dinosaurs, T. Rex.
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