Part 2 of 27: Dinosaurs Did Not Exist

Written By Thomas Perez. October 25, 2019 at 8:47PM Copyright 2019.

This article, and the other articles (Parts) to follow, contains terms that one should be familiar with. The terms that we will come across that need to be defined before we can move along are the following: Holotype, Genus, Nomen Nudum and Taxonomic.

A “Holotype” is a single type specimen upon which the description and name of a new species is based. A “Genus” is a taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of living and fossil organisms, as well as virus. A “Nomen Nudum” is a proposed taxonomic name that is invalid because the group designated is not described or illustrated sufficiently for recognition. A “Taxonomic” is concerned with the classification of things, especially organisms.

This article is short and to the point. The dating of their alleged existence will not concern us, except if warranted for clarification purposes. This series is only concerned with fossil finds as proclaimed by various paleontologists. Because after all, it is because of these discoveries that their “dino family tree” of life exists. Therefore, everything else like their dates of existence and descriptions are not relevant for our intent and purposes. This particular article covers all dinosaurs whose names begin with the letter “A.” The following articles to come will cover dinosaurs whose names begin with the letters; B, C, D, E, F and so forth.

You will notice that many of these creatures are based upon imaginative concoctions, connecting alleged dots to its predecessors and rock date formations. Moreover, most of these finds are based upon a few fragmentary teeth, jaws, ribs, pelvis’ sacrums, tibias, partial skeletons, etc; and of these creatures, I can find no real photographs to support the hypothesis of their alleged existence – as in the actual dig of where these alleged creatures were found or even some of their real bones.

“A buried bone isn’t the same thing as a fossil — to become a fossil, the bone has to become rock. The organic parts of the bone, like blood cells, collagen (a protein), and fat, eventually break down. But the inorganic parts of the bone, or the parts made from minerals like calcium, have more staying power. They remain after the organic materials have disappeared, creating a fragile, porous mineral in the shape of the original bone.”

“Other minerals reinforce this bone, burning into a fossil. Water gradually makes its way into the bone, carrying minerals like iron and calcium carbonate picked up from the surrounding sediment. As the water penetrates the dinosaur’s bones, some of these minerals precipitate into their microscopic pores. As this process continues, the bone becomes more and more rock like.” 

https://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geology/fossil2.htm

Moreover, “Fossils are bones that were so rapidly encased in sediment that air was completely shut out, making it impossible for any decomposition to occur. This is the case in volcanic eruptions, and other catastrophic events that displace large amounts of sediment in the earth.” (Emphasis T. Perez). https://www.scienceabc.com/humans/skeleton-mystery-dont-bones-decay-decompose.html

“All of these measures have been used as yardsticks against which the quality of the fossil record can be assessed – but a new study casts doubt on their usefulness. This discovery fundamentally alters the way we view the diversity of life through time. It shows that both the preservation of rock and the preservation of fossils were probably driven by external environmental factors like climate change and sea level. This better explains the similarities between the rock and fossil records, as both responding to the same external factors” (as opposed to the internal forces from within as indicated in the prior citation. (Emphasis T. Perez).

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/09/140904084625.htm

This discovery also supports what creation scientists and Biblical literalists have been saying all the time; “The combination of overwhelming waters and great crustal upheavals and then the destruction of every living substance and the death of all flesh as recorded in the Bible could not fail to have been the greatest producer of thick sediments and entrapped plants and animals in those sediments of any event in world history. If the Biblical flood really occurred in the manner recorded in Scripture, then the Earth’s true geologic column must be primarily a record of that flood, and not of long imaginary ages of evolution.” (Emphasis T. Perez).

Biblical Basis For Modern Science By Henry M. Morris. Page 327.

This supports Noah’s flood as the means of sudden sedimentary encasement. There is no evidence of an asteroid so large that it supposedly killed off all the dinosaurs. If there was, there would of been trace elements of it in fossil finds. Morris’ antithesis to the age long epochs of the geological periodic calendar that upholds the theory of evolution – hence placing dinosaurs into various geological age groups, is that the existence of these creatures lived along side that of Man. That could be possible. Human fossilized footprints have been found near alleged dinosaur fossils. Which brings into thought the possible past existence of human giants.

The fossilized human footprints found near fossilized dinosaur bones were ordinary in size. But the mere fact that they were found along side that of alleged dinosaur deposits is perplexing. One possible explanation for this is that the footprint must have belong to a child Nephilim, since the Nephilim is said to have lived before the great world wide flood. The Biblical Nephilim – “Giant Men” may offer some clues. It may provide the answer to that “tibia” or “rib.” Various passages of Scripture record their existence along side that of the average man in height: Genesis 6:1–4 – compare Num 13:33, Num 13:22–33Josh 15:13–14, Deut 2:10–11, Deut 2:20,Amos 2:9–10, Deut 2:1120–223:11–13Josh 12:413:13, 2 Sam 21:221 Chron 20:8. The Qur’an and the Mahabharata, also speak about giant men.

But while it may explain away that “tibia” or “rib,” being possibly that of a Nephilim fossilized near a dinosaur fossil, it does not explain why no larger human footprint was ever discovered with, or near, a dinosaur deposit. Moreover, this theory is somewhat doubtful since the term Nephilim can be interpreted to mean different things according to theologians and religious scholars.

If we continue down along the path of this discussion and topic we will be actually discussing geological dates; and that is not what this particular article series is about. It is merely a series devoted to the scrutinizing of each fossil; to ascertain whether they really do belong to the giant monstrosities that we see in textbooks and museum’s. Or are they (fossils) merely given imaginative names, dinosaur clothing, height and width based upon a few fragmentary deposits found.

With all this in mind, let us proceed with all the dinosaurs that begin with the letter “A.”

1. Aachenosaurus – Turned out to be a piece of petrified fossilized wood. No picture provided.

2. Aardonyx – Consisting of a partial skull. Highly speculative…

From a few bones, we get the following…

3. Abdallahsaurus – nomen nudum, probably Giraffatitan. Highly speculative…

4. Abelisaurus – From a partial skull discovery, they created the Abelisaurus shown in red. Again, highly speculative…

5. Abrictosaurus – The holotype specimen was discovered in Lesotho and consists of a partial skull and skeleton. A hypothetical conclusion, wouldn’t you say? Highly speculative…

6. Abrosaurus – Consisting of a well-preserved skull. No real pictures can be found…

7. Abydosaurus – A nearly complete skull and lower jaws with the first four neck vertebrae. Abundant skull and postcranial bones were found at the same site, including partial skulls from three additional individuals, a partial hip and associated tail vertebrae, a shoulder blade, upper arm bone, and hand bones. No real pictures can be found…

8. Acantholipan – No bones, no fossilized evidence, but only a holotype to go by. No picture provided…

9. Acanthopholis – No real pictures can be found…

10. Achelousaurus – The genus is allegedly known from a few specimens consisting mainly of skull material from individuals, ranging from juveniles to adults…

11. Acheroraptor – Consisting of a right maxilla with several maxillary teeth (some isolated), and from a referred dentary (lower jaw). Highly speculative…

12. Achillesaurus – A sacral vertebra, four tail vertebrae, part of the left thighbone, shin and foot, and the left ilium. No real pictures can be found…

13. Achillobator – disarticulated, and include a left maxilla with teeth, two cervical vertebrae, two dorsal vertebrae, rib fragments, seven caudal vertebrae, a scapula and coracoid, a pelvis with a right ilium, pubis and ischium, a radius, an incomplete manus, a left femur and tibia, and an incomplete pes. No real pictures can be found…

14. Acristavus – Consisting of an almost complete skull with associated postcrania including eleven cervical vertebrae, three incomplete dorsal vertebrae, a proximal caudal vertebra, several dorsal ribs, the left humerus, the left ulna, the right sternal, the left pubis, the left femur, the left tibia, two left metatarsals, five left pedal phalanges and one right pedal phalanx…

15. Acrocanthosaurus – Consisting of two partial skeletons and a piece of skull. However, no picture of this alleged skeleton can be found…

16. Acrotholus – The fossil consists of a nearly complete frontoparietal dome along with the anterior half of the frontoparietal dome. No real pictures can be found…

17. Actiosaurus – Little is known of it. No real pictures can be found…

18. Adamantisaurus – The only material known of the genus, consists of the second through seventh caudal vertebrae and two chevrons. No real pictures can be found…

19. Adasaurus – No real pictures can be found…

20. Adelolophus – This is the only find to this alleged creature. No other pictures can be found…

21. Adeopapposaurus – Consisting of a skull and most of a skeleton to just past the hips. But again, no real picture of this alleged partial skeleton can be found. No real pictures can be found…

22. Adratiklit – A dorsal vertebra. No picture provided.

23. Adynomosaurus – Bones recovered from the discovery site; the other bones have also been assigned to Adynomosaurus arcanus, and include vertebrae from the neck, sacrum, and tail, a sternal element, part of the pelvis, and parts of the forelimbs and hindlimbs. No picture provided.

24. Aegyptosaurus – This specimen is allegedly a genus of a sauropod dinosaur. No real pictures can be found…

25. Aeolosaurus – This creature is a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur. From this find they gave us this monstrousity…

26. Aepisaurus – This creature was allegedly a genus of sauropod dinosaur. This find is based on only a humerus. Highly speculative…

27. Aepyornithomimus – This creature was allegedly a genus of ornithomimid theropod dinosaur. No real pictures can be found…

28. Aerosteon – Consisting of a single tooth (which may instead belong to an abelisaurid) some cranial bones, a number of partial or complete vertebrae from the neck, back, and sacrum, several cervical and dorsal ribs, gastralia, furcula (wishbone), a left scapulocoracoid, a left ilium, and left and right pubes. No real pictures can be found…

29 Aetonyx possible junior synonym of Massospondylus – Among the remains were vertebrae from the neck, back, and tail; a shoulder blade; a humerus; a partial pelvis; a femur; a tibia; and bones of the hands and feet. They are unsure of its species. No real pictures can be found…

30. Afromimus – Consisting of only a right leg, vertebrae, and ribs. No picture provided.

31. Afrovenator – This specimen consists of the skull minus its top (likewise the mandible, or lower jaws, are lacking apart from the prearticular bone), parts of the spinal column, partial forelimbs, a partial pelvis, and most of the hind-limbs. This creature is plausable. But judging by its size, and what I can find on this creature, it is difficult to tell if this could have been a known animal…

32. Agathaumas – Consisting of hip bones, sacral vertebrae, and several ribs from the animal. No real pictures can be found…

33. Aggiosaurus – Consisting of only an upper jaw. No picture provided.

34. Agilisaurus – They say it is a single complete skeleton. You tell me…

35. Agnosphitys – Consisting of bones, consisting of a partial skeleton. No real pictures can be found…

36. Agrosaurus – Consisting of a tibia, a claw. They claim it is a junior synonym of Thecodontosaurus. No real pictures can be found…

37. Agujaceratops –  Consisting of only a partial adult skull which includes a braincase, left supraorbital horncore, left maxilla and a right dentary. From the alleged fragments mentioned, they give is this. No real pictures can be found…

38. Agustinia – Consisting of only fragmented vertebrae from the back, hips, and tail regions of the spinal column. Parts of the lower hind limb were also recovered: a fibula, tibia, and five metatarsals…

39. Ahshislepelta – Consisting of an incomplete postcranial skeleton of an adult individual consisting of the shoulder girdle, a partial left forelimb, vertebrae and osteoderms. No picture provided.

40. The following is a list of informally named dinosaurs. In other words their names have not been officially published. The fossil discoveries are only based upon fragmented teeth, hips, jaws, partial skulls, fragmented femur bones and a claw or two:

Airakoraptor, Andhrasaurus, Angloposeidon, Amargastegos, Archaeoraptor, Archbishop, Bakesaurus, Bayosaurus, Belemodon, Bihariosaurus, Capitalsaurus, Changdusaurus” “Comanchesaurus, Dachongosaurus, Duranteceratops, EK troodontid, Eoplophysis, Eugongbusaurus, Fendusaurus, Ferganastegos, Futabasaurus, Gadolosaurus, Gspsaurus, Grusimimus, Hanwulosaurus, Heilongjiangosaurus, Hironosaurus, Hisanohamasaurus, Ichabodcraniosaurus, Kagasaurus, Katsuyamasaurus, Koreanosaurus, Kunmingosaurus, Lancanjiangosaurus, Liassaurus, Likhoelesaurus, Madsenius, Magulodon, Moajandino, Megacervixosaurus, Merosaurus, Microcephale, Microdontosaurus, Mifunesaurus, Moroccoraptor, Moshisaurus, Newtonsaurus, Ngexisaurus, Nicksaurus, Nurosaurus, Orcomimus, Oshanosaurus, Riabininohadros, Ronaldoraptor, Saldamosaurus, Saltillomimus, Sanchusaurus, Saraikimasoom, Shake-N-Bake theropod, Siamodracon, Sidormimus, Sinopeltosaurus, Suciasaurus, Sugiyamasaurus, Terminocavus, Tiantaisaurus, Thotobolosaurus, Tonouchisaurus, Wyomingraptor, Xinghesaurus, Yibinosaurus, Yuanmouraptor, Yunxianosaurus. 

41. Ajancingenia, also called – Heyuannia – consists of a partial skeleton, including the skull.  Six further skeletons were assigned as paratypes or referred to the species. Multiple other fossils have been found, including one which may retain possible reproductive organs. Thousands of eggs have also been uncovered at the site, some of them belonging to the genus and likely laid by Heyuannia. However, no real pictures can be found…

42. Ajkaceratops – Consisting of only a few skull fragments, including rostral bones, fused premaxillae, and maxillae fragments: the beak and jaw fragments…

43. Akainacephalus – Partial skeleton with skull. It contains the complete skull and lower jaws, including the predentary; four back vertebrae; eight sacral vertebrae; eight “free” tail vertebrae; eleven tail vertebrae forming the handle of the tail club; the tail club itself; ribs; both shoulder blades; a left coracoid; a right humerus; a right ulna; a left ilium; a left thighbone; a left shinbone; a left calfbone; a toe phalanx; a claw; two cervical halfrings; and fourteen osteoderms of the back and flanks…

44. Alamosaurus –  Remains come from juvenile or small adult specimens, three fragmentary specimens. What they have are rod-shaped teeth, a tibia, and parts of a middle vertebre. So, from these fragments, we get this monstrosity…

45. Alaskacephale – Consisting only of a complete left squamosal bone. Nothing more. But this is what they give us. No real pictures can be found…

46. Albalophosaurus – Consisting of cranial bones from an incomplete, disarticulated skull and left lower jaw. No picture provided.

47. Albertaceratops – Consisting of a single complete skull found in August 2001, and other skull and postcranial fragments…

48. Albertadromeus – Consisting of two dorsal vertebrae, a caudal vertebra, cervical ribs, ossified tendons, the left tibia and fibula, an incomplete right fibula, and a fragmentary metatarsal and ungual. No picture provided.

49.Albertavenator  – Consisting of only a partial left frontal. No picture provided.

50. Albertonykus – It is known only from forelimb and hindlimb remains from multiple individuals. No real pictures can be found…

51. Albertosaurus – Consisting of skulls and teeth only. Nothing more…

52. Albinykus – Consisting of the pelvis pelvis and the hindlimbs. No picture provided.

53. Albisaurus – The validity of the species cannot be proven based on the fossil remains, and it is usually marked as a nomen dubium (No Name). No picture provided.

54. Alcovasaurus – Consisting of a partial postcranial skeleton, forty-two vertebrae, a fragmentary sacrum, two ischia, a portion of one pubis, the right femur, several ribs and four dermal tail spines. No real pictures can be found…

55. Alectrosaurus – Besides the first specimen pictured below, other bones were found near the site: This specimen included a right humerus (upper arm bone), two incomplete manual digits (fingers), four fragmentary caudal vertebrae, and other poorly preserved material…

56. Aletopelta –  The bones included are femora (the thighbones), tibiae (shinbones), fibulae (calf bones) and incomplete parts of a scapula (shoulder blade), humerus, ulna, left and right ischium, vertebrae, ribs, partial armor over the pelvic girdle, a cervival halfring plus at least sixty detached armor plates and eight teeth was found in a layer of the late Cretaceous. No real pictures can be found…

57. Algoasaurus – Consisting of a vertebra, femur, and an ungual phalanx. No real pictures can be found…

58. Alioramus – From only a partial skull associated with three metatarsals. They gave us this monstrousity…

59. Aliwalia, also called Eucnemesaurus – Consisting of a partial skeleton including vertebrae, part of a pubis a femur and two tibiae. No real pictures can be found…

60. Allosaurus – Consisting of fragmentary bones including parts of three vertebrae, a rib fragment, a tooth, a toe bone, and the shaft of the right humerus (upper arm). This is what they gave us. No real pictures can be found…

61. Almas – The postcranial skeleton contains three sacral vertebrae, eleven front tail vertebrae, belly ribs, parts of the pelvis and parts of the hindlimbs, which lack the toes. No real pictures can be found…

62. Alnashetri – articulated hind limbs. The holotype consists of a partial left femur femur, distal portions of left and right tibiae tibiae, right fibula, proximal tarsals of both ankles, a nearly complete right metatarsus, proximal and distal parts of the left metapodials and left pedal digit III. No picture provided.

63. Alocodon – Consisting of only these teeth, and is usually considered a nomen dubium. No real pictures can be found…

64. Altirhinus – The holotype, is a skull, which is well preserved on the left side, as well as some postcranial material consisting of pieces of the hands, feet, shoulder and pelvic girdles. A more fragmentary skull was also recovered, associated with some ribs, fragmentary vertebrae, and a complete forelimb. A third specimen preserves many limb bones and a series of 34 tail vertebrae from a smaller individual. Two even smaller fragmentary skeletons, presumably of young individuals, were uncovered nearby. However, no other real pictures are provided…

65. Altispinax – Consisting of a series of three posterior dorsal vertebrae. No real pictures can be found…

66. Alvarezsaurus –  Known remains are seen in the following picture. No real pictures can be found…

67. Alwalkeria – Consisting of parts of the front ends of the upper and lower jaws, a partial skull, 28 incomplete vertebrae from all parts of the spinal column, most of a femur and an astragalus (ankle bone). From these fragments they gave us this monstrosity…

68. Alxasaurus – Consisting of the mandible (lower jaw) and some teeth, as well as many limb bones, ribs, and vertebrae, including all five sacral (hip) vertebrae and the first nineteen tail vertebrae. No real pictures can be found…

69. Amargasaurus – Skull reconstruction, redrawn after, showing known material (brown) and the location of the various skull openings. Missing parts are reconstructed after Dicraeosaurus. No real pictures can be found…

70. Amargatitanis – Consisting of two tail vertebrae, a right ischium, and a partial right hindlimb. No picture provided.

71. Amazonsaurus – Consisting of some back and tail vertebre, ribs, and fragments of the pelvis. Fossil bone is shown in white. No real pictures can be found…

72. Ambopteryx – Consisting of an articulated and nearly complete skeleton with associated soft tissue preserved on a slab and a counter slab. It was 13in long. No picture is provided.

73. Anchisaurus – Consisting of what they thought was human bones, but the presence of a tail vertebrae falsified that idea. No real pictures can be found…

74. Ampelosaurus – The 2nd picture illustrates where these bones alledgedlly supposed to go. Pretty Fanciful, if you ask me…

75. Amphicoelias – Consisting of only two vertebrae, a pubis, femur, tooth, scapula, coracoid, ulna, and a second femur.  so from this fragment they gave us this monstrosity…

76. Amtocephale – Not much is known. The frontoparietal dome, formed by a fusion of the frontals in front and the parietals in the back. No picture is provided.

77. Amtosaurus – Consisting only of a fragmented skull. No real pictures can be found…

78. Amurosaurus – The illustration in the picture shows the discovered bones in black. No real pictures can be found…

79. Amygdalodon – Consisting of only a few bone fragments and teeth. No picture provided.

80. Anabisetia – This find consists of fragmentary skull material, including a partial braincase and both dentary (lower jaw) bones, as well as a complete forelimb from shoulder to hand, a complete hindlimb and foot, and representative vertebrae from all sections of the spinal column. The other three specimens are less complete, but include elements not seen in the holotype, including more vertebrae, a complete pelvis and a nearly complete, articulated tail. It was a small bipedal herbivore (plant eating). The rest of the animal shown is an hypothesis…

81. Anasazisaurus – The skull is somewhat poorly preserved, lacks the lower jaw, beak, and quadrate. No picture provided.

82. Anchiceratops – The holotype specimen is the back half of a skull, including the long frill, and two other partial skulls…This species is based upon a conjecture…

It is based on this specimen…

83. Anchiornis – The following pictures demonstrate the, and I must admit, authenticity of these finds. Paleontologists claim this to be evidentiary proof for source information on the early evolution of birds. Hence, the close evolutionary relationship between birds and dinosaurs. However, it was the size of a crow. Dated late Jurassic Period…

84. Andesaurus – partial skeleton consisting of a series of four vertebrae from the lower back, as well as 27 tail vertebrae, divided up into two series from separate parts of the tail. The vertebrae from the middle part of its tail had elongated centra. Elements of the pelvis were also discovered, including two ischia and a pubis bone, along with rib fragments and an incomplete humerus and femur. No real pictures can be found…

85. Angolatitan – The only specimen is a partial right forelimb, including shoulder blade, upper arm bone, the two bones of the lower arm (ulna and radius), and three metacarpals. No picture provided.

86. Angulomastacator – Known from a single specimen, a partial left maxilla (the main tooth-bearing bone of the upper jaw). Size not recorded. Nothing else is known. No real pictures can be found…

87. Anhuilong – A left humerus, ulna, and radius. Nothing else is known. Size not recorded. No picture provided.

88. Aniksosaurus – 7 ft to 10 ft long, and 2ft tall. No real pictures can be found…

89. Animantarx – Consisting of a lower jaw and back half of the skull, along with the neck and back vertebrae, and various limb elements…

90. Ankistrodon – Not much is known about this so-called species, except that it is supposedly from Archosauriformes, of the late Triassic Period, which looks like the following 2nd picture. No real pictures can be found…

91. Ankylosaurus – Consisting of an upper part of a skull, two teeth, part of the shoulder girdle, cervical, dorsal, and caudal vertebrae, ribs, and more than 30 osteoderms. Later 77 more osteoderms were collected. This is a concoction based upon partial discoveries…

92. Anodontosaurus – Consisting of a partially preserved skeleton including the skull, half ring, armor and other postcranial remains. Supposedly related to the, (No. 91 above) ankylosaurus…

93. Anomalipes zhaoi – Consisting of incomplete left hind-limb, including a partial left thigh, shin and shank, a complete metatarsal III and two toe bones. It was discovered in the bonebed of Shantungosaurus – a possible relation.  however no real pictures can be found…

The Shantungosaurus – No real pictures can be found…

94. Anoplosaurus – This specimen consists of a left dentary fragment, numerous vertebrate from the neck, back, and sacrum, parts of the pectoral girdle, humerus fragments, part of the left femur, left tibia, foot bones, ribs, and other fragments. No picture provided.

95. Anserimimus – It consists of a rather complete and articulated skeleton lacking the skull and lower jaws. It supposedly had feathers. No real pictures can be found…

96. Antarctopelta – consists of three isolated teeth, part of the lower jaw lower jaw with another tooth in situ, some other skull fragments, vertebrae (neck, back, hips and tail), some partial limb bones (scapula, ilium and femur), toe bones (five metapodials and two phalanges), and numerous pieces of armor. No real pictures can be found…

97. Antarctosaurus – Very few remains are known of this species and it is regarded as a nomen dubium. Other researchers regard A. giganteus as a likely valid species but probably belonging to a new genus. However, this is hypothesis is based upon a conjecture…

98. Antetonitrus – The holotype or original specimen, consists of several vertebrae and numerous bones from both forelimb and hind limb, all presumed to be from one individual. Five more limb bones from another smaller individual were also referred to the genus. Highly speculative due to it being a holotype…

99. Anthodon – About 3 to 4ft long and weighed 180-220Ibs. Nothining else is known…

100. Antrodemus – The fossils are similar to horse hooves. Many do not know if they should classify it with Allosaurus (No. 60 above). But others agree with the assessment that Antrodemus is a nomen dubium…

101. Anzu – Highly imaginative. No real pictures can be found…

102. Aoniraptor – Consisting of only a caudal vertebrae. No picture provided. But it is said to have looked like Gualicho. No real pictures can be found.

103. Aorun – Consisting of a skull some vertebrae and leg bones. No real pictures can be found…

104. Apatodon – Consisting of a vertebrate now lost. It is supposed to be similar to Allosaurus. No picture provided.

105. Apatoraptor – Consisting of what is seen in the picture below. This could be anything…

106. Apatosaurus – Also known as A. ajax. It is based upon other creatures; Atlantosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Brontosaurus, Diplodocus, Camarasaurus, Giraffatitan, Apatosaurinae, Shunosaurus, Apatosaurus louisae, and possibly others. The find consists of only a small skull and a few vertebre…

107. Appalachiosaurus – Only partial remains, including parts of a skull and mandible (lower jaw), as well as several vertebrae, parts of a pelvis, and most of both hind limbs have been found. No real pictures can be found…

108. Aquilarhinus – It was originally classified as a Kritosaurus sp. before being reclassified as a new genus in 2019. No picture provided.

109. Aquilops – It consists of a skull with lower jaws. No real pictures can be found…

110. Aragosaurus – It is represented by a partial skeleton, which was found in Spain. It is similar to Camarasaurus. No picture provided.

111. Aralosaurus – Consisting of a partial skull, a fragmentary ulna, radius, femur, tibia, radius, femur, tibia, fibula, astragalus, metatarsals. The only complete elements were a humerus and a metatarsal. The skull is similar to Kritosaurus. No real pictures can be found…

112. Archaeoceratops – Consists of a partially complete skeleton including skull, caudal, veretebrae, pelvis, and most of a hind foot. The second specimen (paratype), consists of an incomplete skeleton with a relatively well preserved caudal series, a partial hind limb, and a completely preserved foot. It is slightly smaller than the holotype…

113. Archaeodontosaurus –  A probable sauropod, with prosauropod-like teeth. No other picture can be found of this creature…

114. Archaeopteryx – The following are the various finds found of this specimen from different locations. It is allegedly a genus of bird-like dinosaur that is transitional between non-avian feathered dinosaurs and modern birds. One of the oldest – late Jurassic Period…

115. Archaeoraptor – The National Geographic claimed that the fossil was a “missing link” between birds and terrestrial theropod dinosaurs. This was proven to be false. The find and claim was a forgery based upon a made up fossil found on July 1997 in Xiasanjiazi, China…

116. Archaeornithoides – Supposedly 5cm long. No real pictures can be found…

117. Archaeornithomimus – Consisting of the largely disarticulated remains of several individuals. Material of the skull and the lower jaws is lacking…

118. Arcovenator – Consisting of a braincase in articulation with a right postorbital, a left squamosal, a tooth, an anterior caudal vertebra, a right tibia, a right fibula, two anterior caudal vertebrae and three teeth. So from a tooth they gave us this…

119. Arctosaurus – This is all that we have on this creature. No real pictures can be found…

120. Arcusaurus – Consists of a partial skull. Some limb bones and vertebrae are included in the material. Both specimens represented juvenile individuals. An extinct genus of sauropodomorph. No picture is provided.

121. Arenysaurus –  Is a genus of hadrosaurid dinosaurs from the late Cretaceous Period. It was allegedly 16 to 20 ft…

122. Argentinosaurus – Not much of Argentinosaurus has been recovered. The holotype includes only seven vertebrae from the back region, ribs of the right side of the hip region, a part of a rib from a flank, and a right fibula. Highly speculative…

123. Argyrosaurus – Consisting of just the following bones. Highly speculative…

124. Aristosuchus – Not much is revealed about this species.

125. Arizonasaurus – Consisting of a tongue-groove attachment between the pubis and the ilium. And the upper jaw bone. No real pictures can be found…

126. Arkansaurus – is an extinct genus of ornithomimosaurian theropod dinosaur. It was allegedly 6 to 15ft tall. In all, there were three metatarsals, four phalanges, and three claws. No real pictures can be found…

127. Arkharavia – is a dubious genus of somphospondylan sauropod, but at least some of the remains probably belong to a hadrosaurid. The holotype material consists of a single anterior caudal vertebra. Also, a tooth and a few proximal tail vertebrae (from near the base of the tail) were originally described as belonging to this species, but these probably belong to an indeterminate hadrosaur. No picture provided.

128. Arrhinoceratops – Consisting of only a skull. Highly speculative…

129. Arstanosaurus – Consisting of only a holotype partial left maxilla with the lower end of a left femur. Possibly like Bactrosaurus. No picture provided.

130. Asiaceratops – Consisting of only a left maxilla teeth and a phalanx. Similar to Triceratops. No picture provided.

131. Asiamericana –  A fossil fish known only for its teeth belonging to either saurodont fish or to spinosaurid dinosaurs. No picture provided.

132. Asiatosaurus – Consisting of a tooth, three cervical vertebrae and multiple ribs was a genus of herbivorous sauropod dinosaur. No picture provided.

133. Astrodon – Consisting of only teeth. No real pictures can be found…

134. Astrophocaudia – The holotype is a partial skeleton including a tooth, two neck vertebrae, fragments of back vertebrae, 24 tail vertebrae, approximately 20 fragmentary ribs, two chevrons, and a piece of shoulder blade. It is supposedly a genus of somphospondylan sauropod. No picture provided.

135. Asylosaurus – Consists of a partial skeleton of the torso region, including back vertebrae, ribs, gastralia, a shoulder girdle, humeri, a partial forearm, and a hand; additional bones from the neck, tail, pelvis, arm and leg that may represent the same individual were also referred to Asylosaurus. No real pictures can be found…

136. Atacamatitan – A genus of sauropod dinosaur. The only bones discovered is illustrated in the picture below…

137. Atlantosaurus – Considered a nomen dubium. It is a dubious genus of saurood dinosaur. Called A. montanus and A. immanis. The only bones found is the following. No real pictures can be found…

Extinct monsters and creatures of other days London :Chapman & Hall,1910.http://biodiversitylibrary.org/item/48937

138. Atlasaurus – Known from a nearly complete skeleton. But no actual viewing of the fossils can be found, except what they made out of plaster. No real pictures can be found…

139. Atlascopcosaurus – a piece of the upper jaw, a partial maxilla with teeth.  from one tooth they gave us this concoction…

140. Atrociraptor – Consisting of the upper and lower jaws, teeth and small fragments. From these bits, they gave us a bird-like creature…

141. Atsinganosaurus – is a genus of titanosaurian dinosaur which existed in what is now France. No other pictures can be found of this specimen…

142. Aublysodon – Consisting of a few teeth. It is a genus of carnivorous dinosaurs. This species is often compared to others. No real pictures can be found…

143. Aucasaurus – Consisting of a damaged skull. And although they discovered many bones with the skull, there are no real pictures confirming this…

144. Agustinia – Only fragmentary remains are known. These include fragments of vertebrae from the back, hips, and tail regions of the spinal column. Parts of the lower hind limb were also recovered: a fibula, tibia, and five metatarsals. No real pictures can be found…

145. Augustynolophus – The following pictures illustrate its finds. Highly speculative…

146. Auroraceratops – Consisting of only the following bones. They say complete skeletons were found, but I can find no real picture to confirm this…

147. Aurornis – Consisting from a sedimentary rock fossil in 2013. No real pictures can be found…

148. Australodocus – A genus of sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic Period. Highly speculative…

149. Australovenator – The following pictures illustrate the bones found. However, no real bone pictures can be found. The rest of this creature, like many others, are based upon imagination. Highly speculative…

150. Austrocheirus – consisting of a partial manus (hand), a tibia, axial bones, and a foot bone. No picture provided.

151. Austroposeidon – an extinct genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the late Cretaceous Period. Again, highly speculative…

 

152. Austroraptor – The following pictures are all that there is to this creature. No real pictures can be found…

153. Austrosaurus – An extinct genus of sauropod dinosaur. No picture provided…

154. Avaceratops – Consisting of a partial skeleton containing the lower skull, a left lower jaw, vertebrae, a complete shoulder girdle and most elements of forelimbs and hindlimbs…

155. Avalonianus – Consisting of only discovered teeth. No picture provided.

156. Aviatyrannis – Consisting of only discovered teeth. No real pictures can be found…

157. Avimimus – The following pictures illustrate the bones discovered and its relative size to a human. However, no real pictures can be found…

158. Avipes – a genus of extinct archosaurs. No real pictures can be found…

159. Avisaurus – The holotype is represented by a single fossil of a tarsometatarsus in the collection of the University of California Museum of Paleontology. Consisting of a single fossil. No real pictures can be found…

160. Azendohsaurus – an extinct genus of herbivorous archosauromorph reptile from roughly the late Middle to early Late Triassic Period. This discovery is based upon a single tooth. Their were other finds in the area, but they are considered as possible connections to this new “single tooth” creature. No real pictures can be found…