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From the past

VIKAS S. KHATRI


In 1994, Angola issued a series of stamps portraying a few dinosaurs. The first stamp features the Brachiosaur (1000Nkz), any member of a genus (Brachiosaurus) of sauropod dinosaurs that lived during the late Jurassic epoch in Africa, North America and Europe. The second, Spinosaurus (3000 Nkz) was a carnivorous dinosaur. It lived in the Cretaceous period in Africa. The third dinosaur featured is the Ouranosaurus (5000 Nkz) and it lived in the Cretaceous period in Africa. It belonged to the ornothopods groups. And finally, the Lesothosaurus (10,000 Nkz) was a small dinosaur from the Triassic period.

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