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Step back in time and explore the fascinating world of dinosaurs. 🦖🌿 In 1854, Baxter introduced us to the breathtaking Crystal Palace Dinosaurs

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: 1854 Crystal Palace Dinosaurs by Baxter 1

1854 Crystal Palace Dinosaurs by Baxter 1
1854. Sydenham Crystal Palace with Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins dinosaur sculptures in the foreground. 11cm x 16.3 cm. Miniature colour print by the George Baxter patent process of mutiple ink blocks

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Take something home with you from the Natural History Shop

Take something home with you from the Natural History Shop
General Museum poster. Drawing of a child leading a dinosaur out of the Museum, with the slogan Take something home with you from the Natural History [Museum] Shop, South Kensington, London

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Artwork of male (right) and female (left) Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Brachiosaurus dinosaurs

Brachiosaurus dinosaurs at water, computer artwork. Brachiosaurus was the tallest dinosaur, standing up to 16 metres tall. It could weigh up to 70 tons

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: 1866 Waterhouse Hawkins model dinosaurs

1866 Waterhouse Hawkins model dinosaurs
1866. Restorations of Fossil Reptiles, page 80 of Henry Wards Catalogue of Casts of Fossils. Henry Ward sold scale model copies in America of Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins life sized sculptures of

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Diplodocus

Diplodocus
Weighing around 20 tonnes & reaching up to 26 metres in length Diplodocus is one of the longest-known dinosaurs. It lived 155 to 145 million years ago during the Upper Jurassic

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Polacanthus

Polacanthus
This dinosaur was from the family of armoured skinned dinosaurs, the Ankylosaurs. It was around 14 feet in length living around 125 million years ago. Fossils have been found in the Isle of Wight, UK

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Triceratops

Triceratops
The three-horned dinosaur which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 67 to 65 million years ago. It grew up to 9 metres in length and fossils have been discovered in USA

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models

Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models
Models sculpted by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, working closely with Joseph Paxton and Richard Owen, were installed in the worlds first dinosaur park which opened at Crystal Palace Park in 1854

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Corythosaurus

Corythosaurus
The Corythosaurus, meaning Corinthian helmet lizard, was a bipedal herbivorous dinosaur that lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 76 to 74 million years ago

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Coprolite, fossil dung

Coprolite, fossil dung
A coprolite is a fossilized dropping, perhaps from a Dinosaur. Length 29cm

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Archaeopteryx lithographica [London specimen]

Archaeopteryx lithographica [London specimen]
Main slab of rare fossil dinobird and earliest bird found in the Upper Jurassic of Solenhofen in Germany, now on display at The Natural History Museum, London. Known also as the London Archaeopteryx

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Scene in Wealden Times

Scene in Wealden Times
Scene from the Wealden times, during the Cretacous period. Painting, oil on canvas, by Eli Marsden Wilson (1877-1965), before 1935. Original held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Coelophysis fossil

Coelophysis fossil
Coelophysis was one of the earliest known dinosaurs which lived 225 to 220 million years ago during the Upper Triassic. It was a small bipedal carnivore up to 3 metres in length

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Iguanodon and Megalosaurus, artwork

Iguanodon and Megalosaurus, artwork
Iguanodon fighting Megalosaurus, 19th century artwork. Artwork from the 1886 ninth edition of Moses and Geology (Samuel Kinns, London). This book was originally published in 1882

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: The Last Days of the Dinosaurs - Time of Great Change

The Last Days of the Dinosaurs - Time of Great Change
The Last Days of the Dinosaurs - Cretaceous Period - a time of great change, about 80 Million Years ago. Illustration by Neave Parker (with the co-operation of Dr. W. E. Swinton)

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: The Crystal Palace (litho) (b / w photo)

The Crystal Palace (litho) (b / w photo)
XJF272228 The Crystal Palace (litho) (b/w photo) by Hawkins, Benjamin Waterhouse (fl.1832-50); Private Collection; (add.info.: Crystal Palace designed by Joseph Paxton (1803-65); ); English

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models

Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models
Models sculpted by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, working closely with Joseph Paxton and Richard Owen, were installed in the worlds first dinosaur park which opened at Crystal Palace Park in 1854

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaur Tracks - Footprints of a Theropod Dinosaur. Lower Jurassic. La Sal Mountains, Utah, USA

Dinosaur Tracks - Footprints of a Theropod Dinosaur. Lower Jurassic. La Sal Mountains, Utah, USA
FG-6065-C Dinosaur Tracks - Footprints of a Theropod Dinosaur. Lower Jurassic. La Sal Mountains, Utah, USA Theropods were carnivorous dinosaurs - such as Allosaurus or T rex; they left three-toed

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaurs - Geology Sedimentary sequence at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico: Triassic Chinle Formation (red)

Dinosaurs - Geology Sedimentary sequence at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico: Triassic Chinle Formation (red)
FG-CD-87 Dinosaur geology: Sedimentary sequence at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico Triassic Chinle Formation (red, foreground); Jurassic Entrada Formation (red/white cliffs)

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur - Dinosaur Gardens, Vernal, Utah, USA

Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur - Dinosaur Gardens, Vernal, Utah, USA
FG-6061 DINOSAUR - TYRANNOSAURUS REX Dinosaur Gardens, Vernal, Utah, USA. Francois Gohier Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: The Lost World / Doyle

The Lost World / Doyle
The glade of the iguanodons

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Leech Cartoon Dinosaurs

Leech Cartoon Dinosaurs
The figures of prehistoric animals in the Palace grounds, created by Waterhouse Hawkins, are sufficiently realistic to frighten children

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaur / Iguanodon Dine

Dinosaur / Iguanodon Dine
Hawkins invities scientists to dine inside his iguanodon model at the Crystal Palace exhibition at Sydenham

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaur / Stegosaurus

Dinosaur / Stegosaurus
Dinosaurs of the Jurassic period : a Stegosaurus, with a Compsognathus in the background

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaur / Triceratops

Dinosaur / Triceratops
TRICERATOPS

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaur Models 1930S

Dinosaur Models 1930S
Dinosaur models in the grounds of the Crystal Palace, Sydenham (London) created by Waterhouse Hawkins

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Therizinosaurus dinosuars

Therizinosaurus dinosuars. Artwork of a group of Therizinosaurus dinosuars foraging in a semi-arid desert landscape. This herbivorous dinosaurs fossils were originally discovered in Mongolia

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Baryonyx dinosaur

Baryonyx dinosaur. Artwork of a Baryonyx dinosaur hunting fish in a river. Larger dinosaurs are seen in the background. Baryonyx was a fish-eating carnivore that lived around 130 million years ago

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs. Artwork of a pair of Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs hunting prey in a forest. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Picture No. 10870197

Picture No. 10870197
Dinosaur trackway, Date:

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Parasaurolophus skeleton

Parasaurolophus skeleton
This dinosaur which grew up to 10 metres in length had a large crest over the top of its head which extended over a metre. It lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 76 to 74 mya

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Cerapod dinosaurs compared to a rhino

Cerapod dinosaurs compared to a rhino. The seven adult animals shown here are, from left to right: Nedoceratops; Torosaurus; Albertaceratops; a White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum)

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Sauroposeidon dinosaurs mating

Sauroposeidon dinosaurs mating. Artwork of male (right) and female (left) Sauroposeidon dinosaurs mating. This sauropod dinosaur lived around 110 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Ankylosaurus - with Tyrannosaurus in the background

Ankylosaurus - with Tyrannosaurus in the background
AH-124 Ankylosaurus - with Tyrannosaurus in the background Arthur Hayward Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Map of the continents and seas in the Upper Triassic

Map of the continents and seas in the Upper Triassic period. North America, Atlantis, Europe, Asia, Gondwanaland. Colour print after an illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Extinct Nothosaurus, mid-Triassic period

Extinct Nothosaurus, mid-Triassic period
Nothosaurus, extinct genus of sauropterygian reptile from the shell-bearing limestone seas, mid-Triassic period. Illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era - China

Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era - China
An artificial reconstruction by Neave Parker (with the co-operation of Dr. W. E. Swinton) of Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era found in China especially in the Provinces of Kansu and Szechuan

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton

Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton
A skeleton of the carnivorous dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus rex at the Natural History Museum. The Tyrannosaurus rex, which grew up to around 12 metres long lived 67 to 65 million years ago during

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Iguanodon & Megalosaurus

Iguanodon & Megalosaurus
Iguanodon was a bipedal herbivorous dinosaur that lived 140-110 million years ago. Less is known about the Megalosaurus, but it lived a little earlier than Iguanodon as a large carnivorous dinosaur

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Megalosaurus and Pterodactyle

Megalosaurus and Pterodactyle
Sheet 2 of a series of posters by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862, showing Megalosaurus and Pterodactyle

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Euoplocephalus tail club

Euoplocephalus tail club
Euoplocephalus was a heavily armoured ankylosaur dinosaur with a huge tail club formed by two bony knobs fused together. They lived around 71 million years ago during the Upper Cretaceous period

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Megalosaurus

Megalosaurus
This was a carnivorous dinosaur that lived 140 million years ago during the Middle Jurassic. It grew up to 20 feet long and fossils have been discovered in the English Midlands and in Southern England

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Dinosaur tail bones

Dinosaur tail bones
From a Palaeontology field trip in Niger, West Africa

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Picture No. 10870130

Picture No. 10870130
Dinosaurs: footprint of a large Theropod (meat eater) dinosaur. Date:

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Mamenchisaurus dinosaurs, artwork C018 / 8572

Mamenchisaurus dinosaurs, artwork C018 / 8572
Mamenchisaurus dinosaurs. Artwork of two sauropods of the species Mamenchisaurus hochuanensis, grazing amongst cycads, juniper and ginkgo 150 million years ago in what is today China

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Allosaurus cranium

Allosaurus cranium
A detail of the skull of Allosaurus, the Upper Jurassic carnivorous dinosaur that lived 153 to 135 million years ago. On display at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageDinosaurs Collection: Iguanodon

Iguanodon
This dinosaur was a large bipedal herbivore which stood 14 feet high and 30 feet long. It lived during the Lower Cretactous around 140 to 110 million years ago



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Step back in time and explore the fascinating world of dinosaurs. 🦖🌿 In 1854, Baxter introduced us to the breathtaking Crystal Palace Dinosaurs. These lifelike models transported us to an era long gone, where giant creatures roamed the Earth. Among them, we witness a captivating scene of Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating - a glimpse into their ancient rituals and behaviors. It's truly awe-inspiring to imagine these colossal beings ruling over our planet. "The Last Days of the Dinosaurs - Time of Great Change" reminds us that even these mighty creatures faced challenges and eventually met their demise. Their extinction marked a turning point in Earth's history, paving the way for new life forms to emerge. The majestic Triceratops stands tall among its prehistoric peers. With its distinctive three-horned face and sturdy build, it was undoubtedly one of nature's most formidable creations. Don't forget to visit the Natural History Shop before you leave. Take home a piece of this incredible journey with you – fossils or dinosaur-themed souvenirs will keep your memories alive forever. Marvel at the intricately detailed Crystal Palace Dinosaur Models that bring these ancient beasts back to life once more. Each model is meticulously crafted, allowing us to appreciate their sheer magnitude and beauty up close. Transport yourself into another era as you immerse yourself in scenes from Wealden Times – envisioning what life would have been like alongside Brachiosaurus dinosaurs grazing peacefully in lush landscapes. Waterhouse Hawkins' model dinosaurs from 1866 showcase his pioneering efforts in recreating these extinct giants with scientific accuracy. His work continues to inspire generations today. Witness Diplodocus gracefully roaming across vast plains while Polacanthus showcases its impressive armor-like spikes for defense against predators. And let's not forget about Corythosaurus with its elaborate crest that surely made heads turn during its time.