Standing bipedal dinosaur with long tail and open mouth.
Origami models labeled Dinosaur
Dinosaurs ('terrible lizards') first appeared during the Triassic period, around 240 million years ago. Here, we use the 'classical' definition of dinosaurs, and thus do not include birds, but do include pterosaurs, pelycosaurs and dimetrodon. Note that not all labels are technically correct, and some models are put in a group they are not a member of.
Quadrupedal dinosaur with distinctive cranial crest.
Abstract dinosaur model with distinctive plates and tail.
Dinsoaur with six spikes on its neck frill and a single horn on its nose.
Standing dinosaur with large body, 8 plates on its back and a four-spiked thagomizer.
Flying dinosaur with large wings and large crest on its head.
Standing ankylosaurus with distinctive spikes at its sides.
Quadruped model with reverse-colored sail and eyes.
Standing dinosaur with claws and reverse-colored underside and jaw.
Simple bipedal dinosaur model.
Dinosaur model with large sail and open mouth.
Bird-like dinosaur model with open beak and pronounced eye.