File:Dinosaur carving at Ta Prohm temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia (5534467622).jpg
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English: At Ta Prohm, near Angkor Wat and built by the epic builder king Jayavarman VII in the late 1100s, a small carving on a crumbling temple wall seems to show a dinosaur - a stegosaurus, to be exact. The hand-sized carving can be found in a quiet corner of the complex, a stone temple engulfed in jungle vegetation where the roots of centuries-old banyan trees snake through broken walls. Further reading: paleo.cc/paluxy/stegosaur-claim.htm
|Source||Dinosaur carving at Ta Prohm temple, Siem Reap, Cambodia|
|Author||Harald Hoyer from Schwerin, Germany|
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