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  • I seem to remember seeing a picture of you standing in front of the Megalosaurus at the Crystal Palace.

    Dinosaur Discoveries!

  • From the early 19th-century paintings of dragon-like Megalosaurus and Iguanodon to the computer-generated creatures that stomp and scream across theater screens, the artistic mix of science and speculation has introduced us to these fantastic creatures from lost worlds.

    That's Not a Dinosaur!

  • Originally described as Megalosaurus parkeri in 1923, the holotype was referred to a new genus in 1964.

    My Birth Dinosaur!

  • I seem to remember seeing a picture of you standing in front of the Megalosaurus at the Crystal Palace.

    Dinosaur Discoveries!

  • Megalosaurus bucklandii in watercolour and photoshop

    Life's Time Capsule: Member Bio: Peter Bond

  • Megalosaurus bucklandii in watercolour and photoshop

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • In the British record, examples of such are the Bexhill diplodocid, Wessex Formation rebbachisaurid (see previous post on Wealden sauropods) and a large theropod from Stonesfield that is not the same thing as Megalosaurus.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Buckland, who was a considerable innovator in the English school of geology and described the first dinosaur (Megalosaurus) in 1824, was also a notable eccentric who prided himself on eating his way through the animal kingdom.

    John Rentoul today puts Trevor Kavanagh and myself in the...

  • Megalosaurus, forty feet long or so, waddling like an elephantine lizard up Holborn Hill.

    Bleak House

  • Mr. WHEEN: The Megalosaurus (pronounced megaLOsaurus), yes.

    Karl Marx: A Life

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