Dinosaurs, fossils, paleontologists on stamps and postmarks of Brazil
officially the Federative Republic of Brazil is the largest country in both South America and the Latin American region.
It is the world's fifth-largest country, both by geographical area and by population,
the largest Portuguese-speaking country in the world and the only one in the Americas.
The first stamps of Brazil were issued on 1 August 1843 and are
known as "Bull's Eyes" due to their distinctive appearance.
July 1844 a new series was issued which is known as the slanted numeral series.
For many years stamps from Brazil had Brasil Correio displayed on them.
However today the trend is to just have the country name and year, e.g. Brasil 2000.
Nowadays, Post of Brazil produce their FDC on white covers without any cachet/illustration, just with engraved name of the post: Correios.
Some dealers and collectors uses the empty place on the left side of the cover to print their own images, to create more attractive FDCs.
Official stamps of Brazil related to Paleontology: dinosaurs, fossils, paleontologist
 Fossil fish (Belonostomus comptoni) from Ceara.
Some personalized stamps of Brazil related to Paleontology: prehistoric animals
[SP1] issued in sheets of 12
(4x3) with increased images on the top.
These sheet is too big to feet to any standard stamp album and very inconviniet to store.
Commemorative postmarks of Brazil related to Paleontology: dinosaurs and its footprint, prehistoric animals, paleontologist.
[R2] Postal History and Philately of Brazil:
- Postal history of Brazil: Wikipedia
- Links to official website of Post Authority, stamp catalog and list of new stamps of Brazil are here