7 Dinosaur Bones Clipart
Today we have a splendid collection of Dinosaur Bones Clipart! I’ve had a hard time finding Dinosaur Clip Art pictures, so I was excited to finally get my hands on a collection of these! Most of these were scanned from an 1895 book plate of Extinct Animals. We truly have something for every Dino lover in this curated collection. You will see Brontosaurus, Stegosaurus, Laosaurus, and Mammoth Skeletons. There is even a Dinosaur Bird Skeleton in this set. These might all work well for your Halloween projects. Or great for Kids to use too, they could use them for reports or color them in etc.
Vintage Dinosaur Bones Clipart
Here we have a splendid Public Domain Dinosaur Bones Image! This Black and White Illustration of a Dinosaur Skeleton is a Stegosaurus! The large scale like features on its back appear to be unique to this species (or other ones with similar shapes). Those look like giant teeth to me. I bet it was scary to run into him!
Pictured above is another nice Vintage Dinosaur Clip Art Image!! Shown is an Illustration of Brontosaurus Skeleton! This dinosaur species was one of the largest in mass (if not the largest) I think. Look at all those bones!
This is a wonderful Dinosaur Bones Clipart Image! Scanned from an early Natural History Book in my collection, this is a splendid graphic! I’m not sure if the one above is a Mammoth or a Mastodon. Maybe a Woolly Mammoth! Check out his massive curled Tusks … amazing!
This Antique Dinosaur Bones Picture of a Dinosaur Skeleton is known as a Tinoceras Ingens! I have never heard of that one before! What a large looking head and front legs. I’ll bet he had some really powerful jaws! He kind of reminds me of a gargantuan Pit Bull!
Dinosaur Clip Art Bird Skeleton
Isn’t this a fascinating Vintage Dinosaur Bird Image?!! Shown above is an Illustration of a Dinosaur Bird Skeleton. This one is a Ichthyornis Victor! Imagine if we had giant birds like this one flying around today. I don’t think many humans would be very happy about that! Those teeth appear to be razor sharp, and my guess is that these birds were not of the friendly sort!