Dinosaur tattoos

This category is dedicated to original and graphic tattoos of the dinosaur. The most popular dinosaur to get tattooed is the T-Rex, soon a whole category will be devoted to the T-Rex. This tattoo category includes the dinosaur underdogs. Whether you are a big Jurassic Park fan, interested in paleontology or just love the cool design of these magnificent creatures, you are in for a treat.

Realistic dinosaur tattoo on the leg

Artist: Dragon

While not every paleontologist is convinced, most of the evidence suggests that dinosaurs, small, feathered, theropod dinosaurs, ultimately evolved into our birds of modern day. That would have also made a great tattoo but perhaps a bit less impressive.

Tattoo of dinosaur flipping his finger to the big bang

Artist: Caroline Lima

What do you get when you cross a pig and a dinosaur. Jurassic Pork.

Tattoo of a Brontosaurus on a skateboard

Artist: Acapulcotattoo

The name Brontosaurus means: 'Thunder lizard'. What do you think of this thunder lizard tattoo?

Tattoo of a T-Rex and a car riding on a big dinosaur.

Artist: Bombayfoor

Dinosaur skulls had large holes or “windows” that made their skulls lighter. Some of the largest skulls were as long as a car.

Tattoo of cute minimal dinosaur.

Artist: Tattooer Dogy

Did you know that the sounds in the movie Jurassic Park are made in a very special way. For example, the Tyrannosaurus' roars were a combination of dog, penguin, tiger, alligator, and elephant sounds.

Tattoo of dinosaur of rollerblades.

Artist: Sarah Loise

At the end of the physics lecture, I asked my professor, ‘What happened before The Big Bang?’ He said, ‘Sorry. There’s No Time.’

Tattoo showing the skull of a Triceratops.

Artist: Ash Timlin

This is the skull of a Triceratops. The name Triceratops derives from the Greek language. Meaning 'tri' for three and 'keratops' for horned face. Triceratops lived in the late Cretaceous period (about 65 million years ago).

Tattoo of a Brachiosaurus getting sucked into a ufo.

Artist: Loiz

The weight of Brachiosaurus has been estimated between 30 and 45 metric tons. That must be one of the heaviest tattoos ever.

Tattoo of a Parasaurolophus taking a bath.

Artist: Suflanda

Paleontologists agree that the Parasaurolophus walked on four legs (quadrupedal), but had the ability to walk on two legs (bipedal) too.

Tattoo of a Triceratops.

Artist: Paulina Kemnitz

Triceratops were herbivores which means they consumed plants rather than animals or meat. They also eat a lot of plant varieties and may have used their big bulk and strength to knock down trees to get at leaves like modern day elephants.