When Dawndraco soared the US skies 89 million years ago, the Western Interior Seaway had split the land in two. …
Xenotarsosaurus was found in the 80s, so of course it had crazy keratin and (probably) outrageous colours.
Looks like the extinct quagga horse didn’t find safety in numbers.
Long-necked Malawisaurus didn’t shake the Earth, but it shook a small town!
Cryolophosaurus, or “Elvisaurus”, didn’t know Antarctica as the freezing hell sheet of today.