When The World’s Most Dangerous Animals Were Born: The Story Behind the Origins of the Most Dangerous Beasts

In January 2015, a group of researchers led by paleontologist Chris Crutcher discovered a fossil of an extinct bird that lived between 30,000 and 40,000 years ago.

They were not the first scientists to find the creature, but they were the first to figure out how it had been alive for millions of years.

The fossil was named after its discoverer, Chris Cruttcher.

In the summer of 2016, the team of paleontologists discovered another fossil in a different location.

This one was a bird that had lived in the same area for at least 65 million years.

They called it the most dangerous bird in the world.

It was an endangered species, so scientists were eager to find out more about this animal.

The scientists named it after its first known ancestor.

This was a prehistoric bird called the Megalaniaetus, which is the same genus as the modern-day pterosaur.

Pterosaurs are a group that includes the modern day pterosaurs, including the modern pterodactyl and the alligator.

The Megalanaetus was the ancestor of many other extinct dinosaurs, including some of the most feared dinosaurs in the fossil record.

But its closest living relative is the Pterosauroidea, a class of dinosaurs that includes tyrannosaurs and theropods.

This fossil also had some interesting traits.

The Pteroidea were large, with a wingspan of up to 50 meters, and had a powerful bite that could penetrate bone and hide inside the soft tissue of a creature’s soft tissues.

It also had a very long skull, which helped it to climb trees and climb up trees.

The bones of the Megasauropoda, an extinct dinosaur, were not quite as strong, but the Pteraauridae, which includes Tyrannosaurus and other dinosaurs, were even more powerful.

Pteraosaurs, which are also called megafauna, were the biggest animals ever found.

They stood up to 60 meters tall and weighed about 40 tons.

Ptersosaurs were much smaller, weighing less than 30 kilograms, and they were only about the size of a house cat.

The earliest evidence of a dinosaur fossil comes from a piece of the skull of the giant pterostegid.

It is one of the oldest known dinosaur bones.

The fossils were discovered in France, but were also found in Germany, Italy, and France.

These fossils are part of the collection of the Museum of Natural History in Paris.

In fact, a third of the ptero fossil collection is from France.

The museum has even managed to find fossils that belonged to an extinct pteromastodon species.

It’s possible that the museum was searching for fossils that had been destroyed by the massive volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helens in the United States, which occurred during the eruption of Tambora, which killed off many of the dinosaurs.

But these two specimens are a prime example of the fossil evidence that’s accumulated over time, because they’re all so much smaller than the Megalosaurus.

Another group of dinosaurs, called Archaeopteryx and theothers, lived about 35 million years ago and were very similar to the dinosaurs that live today.

They had a long skull and powerful jaws.

But the big difference is that they had wings instead of a large, bird-like tail.

This type of dinosaur had a wingspout, a feature that helps them to fly, but also provides the ability to take off.

In order to fly in the air, the dinosaurs had to have feathers on their bodies.

They have the ability of flapping their wings, but it takes more energy to flap their wings.

In other words, if a flapping dinosaur was using their wings as a propulsion system, it would be very hard to do so in flight.

Theropod dinosaurs, also known as megafaunas, are another group of animals that lived millions of generations ago.

The most famous and most famous of theropod dinosaur was theropoda.

These are the dinosaurs known as tyrannosaurs.

These were the largest dinosaurs ever.

The largest animal to ever live was the giant ground sloth, theropus.

The other most famous animal that lived that long was the tyrannosaur, the tyrannosaurus rex.

These dinosaurs are known as theropoid.

The big difference between these animals is that theropoids had wings, while theroposaurs had tails.

The dinosaurs had a similar size to a modern day cockroach.

But they had a much longer tail, about three times longer than the average bird.

Tyrannosaurs were among the first dinosaurs to walk on land, and these early dinosaurs had the ability not only to climb the trees but also to glide.

They also used their tails as a means of flight.

Tyrannosaur skeletons have been found dating back to about 37 million years old.

But more recent fossils date back to 60 million years, when they