A new little edition I thought I'd make. Every time I happen to come across something interesting, like a picture or a video on the web, I'll show it to everyone in post like this. So, let's get on with this, shall we?
You're probably wondering what the video is from. Well I don't much, but I heard it might be part of a new special on either the History or Discovery Channels. As for what the Dinosaurs are exactly, I have little to no idea. The little herbivores seem to be either a type of Hypsilophodontid, or more likely a type of Heterodontosaurid due to the presence of tusks, but as to which species they belong to I don't have the slightest clue. However, I do not understand why the creatures lack cheeks, as we have evidence that they were present in both lineages.
The Theropod I'm a bit more stumped on though. When I saw the first image of it I thought it was a Dilophosaurus with a badly deformed crest, but I changed my mind with the next scene and thought it was some kind of Allosaurid or Ceratosaurid. Then I saw the front limbs I began to realize that it is most likely a type of advanced Neovenatorid, possibly Megaraptor or Australovenator.
If I find any news about the video in the future, I'll make sure to post something about it. Until then, stay sharp and have a great day.