Welcome to our exciting world of Best Dinos!

Step into a prehistoric era where giant beasts roamed the earth and ruled the land. Best Dinos is dedicated to bringing you the best of the world of Dinosaurs, where adventure and discovery await you!

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Choose the place and time

Unleash your inner explorer and join us on a journey through time as we discover the mysteries of the past. We will transport you to a world unlike any other, where the likes of the mighty T-Rex and the gentle Stegosaurus once thrived.

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Compound your facts

From the first sighting of a baby Triceratops to the roar of a mighty Allosaurus, we’ve got it all covered. Our team has worked tirelessly to bring you the latest and most accurate information about these incredible creatures, so you can learn, explore and have fun!

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Start exloring the world

So, what are you waiting for? Come and join us on this epic journey through time as we explore the amazing world of Dinosaurs. Bookmark your visit now and get ready to be transported to a world of adventure and excitement!

WHERE TO START………

The Ages Of The Best Dinos

252-66 million years ago

252 to 201 million years ago

201 to 145 million years ago

145 to 66 million years ago

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Jurassic Blog

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Dive into the Earth’s most catastrophic mass extinction event, the Permian-Triassic Extinction, which wiped out 96% of marine species and 70% of terrestrial vertebrates. 

Argentinosaurus Dinosaur

One impressive dinosaur fact is that the Argentinosaurus, a massive long-necked herbivore, is believed to be the largest dinosaur ever to have existed. It measured around 100 feet (30 meters) in length and weighed as much as 100 tons. The sheer size of the Argentinosaurus makes it a remarkable testament to the incredible diversity and grandeur of the prehistoric creatures that once roamed our planet.

Spinosaurus Dinosaur

Spinosaurus, a large carnivorous dinosaur, is considered the biggest predator to have ever walked the Earth. It was even larger than the famous Tyrannosaurus rex and Giganotosaurus. Measuring up to 59 feet (18 meters) in length and weighing around 20 tons, Spinosaurus had a unique sail-like structure on its back and was adapted to both land and aquatic environments, making it the first known semi-aquatic dinosaur.

The Amazing History of Dinosaurs

Travel back in time to witness the incredible evolution of dinosaurs, from the first feathered beasts to the giant predators that ruled the land. Discover how they lived, hunted, and interacted with one another in their vast ecosystems.

Join us as we explore the most fascinating and groundbreaking discoveries in paleontology, uncovering the mysteries of these enigmatic creatures that have captured our imagination for centuries.

Whether you’re a dino enthusiast, a curious student, or simply looking for a thrilling adventure, this video is guaranteed to leave you spellbound. So come and embark on this epic journey with us, and witness the incredible legacy of the dinosaurs come to life before your very eyes.

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