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David Orr Feb 27
Replying to @GreyGriffon
Is there a schedule for where will be traveling?
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Brian Engh Mar 5
Replying to @Smolicthys
oh who was it that found that Pteranodon claw while getting this Clioscaphites ready for ? Either way you reppin that as dude requested, i don't think anybody disappointed in you...
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Anthony Maltese Feb 22
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Miami Seaquarium Mar 10
is the only traveling exhibit featuring the marine fossil world of the Late Cretaceous Period. The exhibit is filled with huge carnivorous marine reptiles, flying reptiles with a wingspan of a small airplane and much more. Visit us now:
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Miami Seaquarium Mar 7
Have you ever wondered what extinct marine animals looked like 75 million years ago? Well, wonder no more, experience the traveling exhibition premiering tomorrow! Get your tickets now
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Dylan T. Murphree 🌌 Aug 7
I love the eye spots on Oncorhynchus!
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David Orr Jun 22
I am going to feature in the upcoming June roundup at LITC. Going to embed your tylo video, can I also put the Inoceramid reef illustration in the post?
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Brian Engh Oct 19
Stop by the Triebold booth at to see my mural that won the Lanzendorf award along with other I made to accompany their amazing in the exhibit ! & Be sure to ask why he loves Xiphactinus so much!
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Tim Sosa 12 Mar 18
Replying to @GreyGriffon @TetZoo
Is there somewhere I can see the schedule of ?
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Anthony Maltese Aug 24
It's in the exhibition at for now.
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Miami Seaquarium Mar 13
The unrivaled creatures of exhibition are here, for a limited time. This exhibit will transport you to a North America of 75 million years ago! Make sure to buy your tickets here and visit us soon!
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Dylan T. Murphree 🌌 Aug 7
Yessss! I am now a proud patron of Brian Engh on , & you should be too: Support your favorite paleoartists! It’s a small price to pay for the joy they bring to our lives by revealing the wonders of deep time!
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Miami Seaquarium 18h
exhibit displays more than 50 prehistoric marine fossils, both cast and real specimens, mounted in extraordinary three-dimensional displays. Learn the story of how these creatures lived by visiting us soon. You don’t want to miss out!
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Henry Sharpe May 3
Here's a quick painting of Tusoteuthis, the giant stem-octopus from the Western Interior Seaway to make up for my now obsolete painting for . Hey can I still use the hashtag even if I'm not a part of the exhibit?
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Miami Seaquarium Mar 19
is now on display, and it features late cretaceous fossil skeletons. Some of the sea creatures from this period may be ancient relatives of the marine mammals we know today.
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Anthony Maltese Oct 8
I don't remember if I shared these pics of before so if they are repeats too bad! I helped prep and restore all these critters over the years.
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Brian Engh Oct 10
It was chatting with at 's poster w this art that lead (eventually) to doing (which won the Lanzendorf at ). techniques i experimented with on pieces she funded by writing me into her grants were applied to larger murals.
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Anthony Maltese Aug 16
Megalocoelacanthus is coming! Finishing touches on the only 3D skeletal mount of this giant coelacanth from Kansas are happening now, with its debut in soon. Stay tuned! Awesome art by
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Brian Engh Oct 21
Replying to @rationalstoic
scroll down for several posts on
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Devin N. Bell Jul 30
Retweeted Brian Engh (): i piled some of my recons for into one frame. This is about half of them not including full scenes ...
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