A new study by University of Washington researchers finds that a lot of the dinosaur images people see are not actually dinosaurs at all.
In fact, many of the images we see on the Internet don’t even belong to any dinosaurs.
For example, while we may see dinosaurs walking in grasslands or even on the moon, these are images of grasshoppers.
That is, they are images that have been photoshopped.
That’s because many of these images were created in the 1940s and 1950s.
These images are now widely used as evidence of the dinosaurs’ existence in our world.
For the study, the researchers took a list of images and turned them into a database of over 5,000 dinosaur images that were either dinosaur or grasshopper images.
The researchers then analyzed the images for similarities.
The results revealed that there was a lot more similarity between dinosaur images and images created in 1940s than there was between dinosaur and grasshopping images.
The study also found that the number of images created from these same photos was higher than the number created from images created between 1950s and 1970s.
This means that while the number and quality of the photos have changed over time, the dinosaurs are still alive.
This may be a problem, since the photos we see are so often used as scientific evidence.
In fact, there are a lot fewer images out there than there used to be.
However, the results suggest that we should be concerned about the quality of images, not the dinosaurs.