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Monsters of the Past Group 1

Monsters of the Past is the first group in the Weird n' Wild Creatures Knowledge Cards set. This group covers animals from the past, mostly dinosaurs, but also mammals, insects and other creatures, as well as some more recently extinct animals. Although the animals featured in this group no longer exist, they were certainly real at some point in Earth's history. It is represented by the color red. Monsters of the Past is the second largest group, outmatched by Strange Wonders. It has 123 cards.

Card ListEdit

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Creature Has a trading card?

1

Tyrannosaurus yes

2

Stegosaurus yes

3

Dunkleosteus yes

4

Apatosaurus yes

5

Eurypterus yes

6

width="144" | Cynognathus | width="89" |

yes

7

width="144" | Megatherium | width="89" |

yes

8

width="144" | Carnotaurus | width="89" |

yes

9

width="144" | Amargasaurus | width="89" |

yes

10

width="144" | Megalodon | width="89" |

yes

11

width="144" | Triceratops | width="89" |

yes

12

width="144" | Diplocaulus | width="89" |

yes

13

width="144" | Allosaurus | width="89" |

yes

14

width="144" | Smilodon | width="89" |

yes

15

width="144" | Thylacinus | width="89" |

yes

16

width="144" | Trilobite | width="89" |

yes

17

width="144" | Pteranodon | width="89" |

yes

18

width="144" | Giganotosaurus | width="89" |

yes

19

width="144" | Gallimimus | width="89" |

yes

20

width="144" | Archaeopteryx | width="89" |

yes

21

width="144" | Wooly Mammoth | width="89" |

yes

22

width="144" | Velociraptor | width="89" |

yes

23

width="144" | Deinosuchus | width="89" |

yes

24

width="144" | Colossochelys | width="89" |

yes

25

width="144" | Thylacosmilus | width="89" |

yes

26

width="144" | Parasaurolophus | width="89" |

no

27

width="144" | Doedicurus | width="89" |

yes

28

width="144" | Andrewsarchus | width="89" |

yes

29

width="144" | Mosasaurus | width="89" |

yes

30

width="144" | Edmontonia | width="89" |

yes

31

width="144" | Styracosaurus | width="89" |

yes

32

width="144" | Troodon | width="89" |

yes

33

width="144" | Megaloceros | width="89" |

yes

34

width="144" | Tarbosaurus | width="89" |

yes

35

width="144" | Ouranosaurus | width="89" |

yes

36

width="144" | Euoplocephalus | width="89" |

yes

37

width="144" | Dilophosaurus | width="89" |

yes

38

width="144" | Dimetrodon | width="89" |

yes

39

width="144" | Borhyaena | width="89" |

yes

40

width="144" | Homotherium | width="89" |

yes

41

width="144" | Saltasaurus | width="89" |

yes

42

width="144" | Kentrosaurus | width="89" |

yes

43

width="144" | Lystrosaurus | width="89" |

yes

44

width="144" | Deinocheirus | width="89" |

yes

45

width="144" | Pachycephalosaurus | width="89" |

yes

46

width="144" | Suchomimus | width="89" |

yes

47

width="144" | Dimorphodon | width="89" |

yes

48

width="144" | Deinonychus | width="89" |

yes

49

width="144" | Carcharodontosaurus | width="89" |

yes

50

width="144" | Ophthalmosaurus | width="89" |

yes

51

width="144" | Kronosaurus | width="89" |

yes

52

width="144" | Acrocanthosaurus | width="89" |

yes

53

width="144" | Oviraptor | width="89" |

no

54

width="144" | Megalosaurus | width="89" |

yes

55

width="144" | Basilosaurus | width="89" |

yes

56

width="144" | Chalicotherium | width="89" |

yes

57

width="144" | Brachiosaurus | width="89" |

yes

58

width="144" | Indricotherium | width="89" |

yes

59

width="144" | Castoroides | width="89" |

yes

60

width="144" | Pterodaustro | width="89" |

yes

61

width="144" | Hyaenodon | width="89" |

yes

62

width="144" | Herrerasaurus | width="89" |

yes

63

width="144" | Gracilisuchus | width="89" |

yes

64

width="144" | Platybelodon | width="89" |

yes

65

width="144" | Ceratosaurus | width="89" |

yes

66

width="144" | Spinosaurus | width="89" |

yes

67

width="144" | Diatryma | width="89" |

yes

68

width="144" | Dinofelis | width="89" |

yes

69

width="144" | Mononykus | width="89" |

yes

70

width="144" | Chasmosaurus | width="89" |

yes

71

width="144" | Utahraptor | width="89" |

yes

72

width="144" | Baryonyx | width="89" |

yes

73

width="144" | Woolly Rhinoceros | width="89" |

yes

74

width="144" | Scelidosaurus | width="89" |

yes

75

width="144" | Dromaeosaurus | width="89" |

yes

76

width="144" | Lambeosaurus | width="89" |

yes

77

width="144" | Postosuchus | width="89" |

yes

78

width="144" | Sarcosuchus | width="89" |

yes

79

width="144" | Megalania | width="89" |

yes

80

width="144" | Struthiomimus | width="89" |

yes

81

width="144" | Hesperornis | width="89" |

yes

82

width="144" | Columbian Mammoth | width="89" |

yes

83

width="144" | Brontotherium | width="89" |

yes

84

width="144" | Argentavis | width="89" |

yes

85

width="144" | Dinornis | width="89" |

yes

86

width="144" | Quetzalcoatlus | width="89" |

yes

87

width="144" | Cryolophosaurus | width="89" |

yes

88

width="144" | Mussaurus | width="89" |

no

89

width="144" | Cameroceras | width="89" |

yes

90

width="144" | Maiasaura | width="89" |

yes

91

width="144" | Dire Wolf | width="89" |

yes

92

width="144" | Entelodon | width="89" |

yes

93

width="144" | Dinogorgon | width="89" |

yes

94

width="144" | Protodonata | width="89" |

yes

95

width="144" | Psittacosaurus | width="89" |

yes

96

width="144" | Shunosaurus | width="89" |

yes

97

width="144" | Seismosaurus | width="89" |

yes

98

width="144" | Harpagornis | width="89" |

yes

99

width="144" | Eustreptospondylus | width="89" |

yes

100

width="144" | Coelurosauravus | width="89" |

yes

101

width="144" | Deinotherium | width="89" |

yes

102

width="144" | Coelophysis | width="89" |

yes

103

width="144" | Ornitholestes | width="89" |

yes

104

width="144" | Megarachne | width="89" |

yes

105

width="144" | Gigantopithecus | width="89" |

yes

106

width="144" | Compsognathus | width="89" |

yes

107

width="144" | Protoceratops | width="89" |

yes

108

width="144" | Hypsilophodon | width="89" |

yes

109

width="144" | Iguanodon | width="89" |

yes

110

width="144" | Nothosaurus | width="89" |

yes

111

width="144" | Stethacanthus | width="89" |

yes

112

width="144" | Mastodon | width="89" |

yes

113

width="144" | Cave Bear | width="89" |

yes

114

width="144" | Gigantophis | width="89" |

yes

115

width="144" | Dapedium | width="89" |

yes

116

width="144" | Cladoselache | width="89" |

yes

117

width="144" | Ichthyostega | width="89" |

yes

118

width="144" | Ambulocetus | width="89" |

no

119

width="144" | Formicium | width="89" |

yes

120

width="144" | Thylacoleo | width="89" |

yes

121

width="144" | Elasmosaurus | width="89" |

yes

122

width="144" | Thrinaxodon | width="89" |

yes

123

width="144" | Argentinosaurus | width="89" |

yes

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