Marching Dinosaurs (Animated Size Comparison)



Dinosaurs:
Shuvuuia
Sinosauropteryx
Compsognathus
Microraptor
Caudipteryx
Microceratus
Hypsilophodon
Ornitholestes
Masiakasaurus
Psittacosaurus
Velociraptor
Laeallynasaura
Stegoceras
Troodon
Oviraptor
Protoceratops
Dromaeosaurus
Stygimoloch
Coelophysis
Dracorex
Dryosaurus
Deinonychus
Scelidosaurus
Herrerasaurus
Ornithomimus
Kentrosaurus
Gigantspinosaurus
Pachycephalosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Gastonia
Concavenator
Utahraptor
Euoplocephalus
Sauropelta
Miragaia
Chasmosaurus
Magyarosaurus
Einiosaurus
Camptosaurus
Diabloceratops
Styracosaurus
Cryolophosaurus
Tuojiangosaurus
Ceratosaurus
Edmontonia
Plateosaurus
Ankylosaurus
Baryonyx
Wuerhosaurus
Gallimimus
Neovenator
Pachyrhinosaurus
Carnotaurus
Ichthyovenator
Maiasaura
Iguanodon
Dacentrurus
Gigantoraptor
Gorgosaurus
Melanorosaurus
Majungasaurus
Ouranosaurus
Stegosaurus
Olorotitan
Triceratops
Deinocheirus
Corythosaurus
Amargasaurus
Allosaurus
Parasaurolophus
Therizinosaurus
Albertosaurus
Suchomimus
Edmontosaurus
Saurophaganax
Acrocanthosaurus
Lambeosaurus
Tyrannosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus
Giganotosaurus
Shantungosaurus
Spinosaurus
Cetiosaurus
Diplodocus
Camarasaurus
Apatosaurus
Giraffatitan
Alamosaurus
Dreadnoughtus
Brachiosaurus
Sauroposeidon
Mamenchisaurus
Puertasaurus
Argentinosaurus
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Ecoclimax is defined by Odum (1969) as the culmination state after a succession in a stabilized ecosystem in which maximum biomass (or high information content) and symbiotic function among organisms is kept per unit of available energy flow.