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The Bizarre Creatures of Madagascar

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Photo of skeletal reconstruction of Majungasaurus, a Late Cretaceous dinosaur from Madagascar.

Skeletal reconstruction of Majungasaurus, a Late Cretaceous dinosaur from Madagascar.

Credit: Department of Anatomical Sciences, Stony Brook University


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Illustration of head reconstruction of Majungasaurus, a Late Cretaceous dinosaur from Madagascar.

Head reconstruction of Majungasaurus, a Late Cretaceous dinosaur from Madagascar.

Credit: Department of Anatomical Sciences, Stony Brook University


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Photo of Late Cretaceous fossil locality in northwestern Madagascar.

Late Cretaceous fossil locality in northwestern Madagascar.

Credit: David Krause, Stony Brook University


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SEM images of teeth of the Late Cretaceous gondwanathere mammal Lavanify from Madagascar.

Teeth of the Late Cretaceous gondwanathere mammal Lavanify from Madagascar.

Credit: Department of Anatomical Sciences, Stony Brook University


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Photo of David Krause searching for tiny fossil mammal teeth in northwestern Madagascar.

David Krause searching for tiny fossil mammal teeth in northwestern Madagascar.

Credit: Ashutosh Kaushesh, formerly of Stony Brook University


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