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Babisu Kourtis Apr 12
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Wild Past Dec 28
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Babisu Kourtis Feb 23
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Pedro Mocho 🏳️‍🌈🦕 Oct 15
Welcome to antiqua - "A new medium-sized abelisaurid (, ) from the late (Maastrichtian) Allen Formation of Northern , . Theropods are trying to be tranding again. =P
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Elisabete Malafaia Oct 30
🦖 Today we are doing for 3D modeling of a skull from the Upper of Portugal in the collections of the .
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Elisabete Malafaia Oct 23
New work on dinosaurs behavior "A theropod dinosaur feeding site from the Upper of the Basin, NW China" by Felix Augustini et al.
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The First Dinosaur Feb 13
Hey fans, if you want to know the full story of Megalosaurus and William Buckland, check out my book, The First Dinosaur.
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Bob Nicholls Feb 26
When competing for the & coin contract, I produced four different designs. Here is one of the three unsuccessful designs (too busy, I think).
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Dino-Gen Jan 5
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Wild Past 19 Nov 19
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Liam Oct 10
The real Suchosaurus. By that I mean what it Should be. Anyway I just drew a Spinosaurus without a sail
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Elisabete Malafaia Nov 20
🦕 Very interesting paper on "Extinction of herbivorous dinosaurs linked to Early global warming event", with description of the new sauropod alba from the of Argentina. 👇
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Stephen Joe May 15
I’m back to drawing scaly hadrosaurid such as New Mexico’s Kritosaurus navajovius to celebrate the on this day.
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Elisabete Malafaia Nov 24
Do you already know the new theropod from the Late of Portugal, santosi? Do you want to know more about theropods from the Basin? Come join us tomorrow in a new Solid Earth Seminar at .
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Wild Past Jul 26
After a long time here comes an update to the Majungasaurus. That is the figure in pose and perfectly balanced. Mother Nature has done a great job in this regard.
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Liam Sep 24
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Corinna H-M Nov 9
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Clara Battiston Jul 12
This madness is becoming a reality. 🦕🦖
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Christina Sanger May 17
Here’s a fact you might not know about me: my nickname is T-Rex Arms. It was given to me by my family a couple years ago since I have short arms compared to the rest of them. Now I really like T-Rex!
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Iain R May 4
Replying to @IainR27
Some of the greatest phylogenetic minds of the last half-century are behind this, but while is Megalosaurus + Iguanodon + Cetiosaurus, as it should be, disregards consistency for Allosaurus > Plateosaurus, Heterodontosaurus. Because why???
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