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Creative-Beast Jan 4
QUESTION: What species would you like to see in the Beasts of the Mesozoic: Tyrannosaur Series? Now's the time to weigh-in with your suggestions for the line. Thanks!    
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Prof Susan Oosthuizen Dec 19
'K then: see that long low bank just beyond the rise in the land? That's a furlong boundary - it re-uses & so preserves a long linear bank of unknown date/purpose that runs from high to low ground just W of Cambridge. And...
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Harrison Keller Pyle Dec 29
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Path of Titans Jan 9
Check out the "Neon" Styracosaurus skin! You can guess why we've called it Neon! This will be a difficult skin to unlock, but it's super colourful. You can choose all sorts of colour combinations to make up the frill colours.
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Raul A Ramos Nov 16
I worked on this illustration for Path of Titans. A dinosaur survival game being developed by Alderon Games for PC and mobile #indiegames#paleoart
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Prof Susan Oosthuizen Dec 10
How interesting that were bred for their spotted/dappled coats, but those with plain chestnut coats were preferred in the early period - for more see
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Harrison Keller Pyle Dec 18
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Creative-Beast Jan 8
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EdisonFox Nov 13
Just a sneak peek at a panel I'm working on! Originally started as an Inktober piece, but it's November now so happy Inkvember! 🙃
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CPAT Jan 8
This is Caer Einion, an in Llanelwedd in . It has strong natural defences on the east and west side. Four possible huts have been identified on the SW side. However, it's not clear whether they are Iron Age or
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EdisonFox Nov 14
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The Long Victorian Nov 28
Two Mothers (1888) by Leon-Maxime Faivre (France, 1856-1941).
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Raul A Ramos Jan 7
Skull of for Ceratopsian Series. 3d print of this model was used as the base for the Final Sculpt.
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Save Old Oswestry Nov 7
People power makes a difference; it's been working undeterred for 7 years to save the of Old , one of Britain's most important , from development that could go elsewhere. See video from our 1st hillfort hug:
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MonkeyOnTheMountainⓋ Nov 12
landscape of err, - 1mtr & . There's (the remains of) a chambered tomb here - Broadsands Chambered Tomb - (subsequently incorporated into a medieval'ish hedgebank - the site is also known as Hedgebank).
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Dartmoor Trust Archive Dec 14
Replying to @dartmoorarchive
👉This is the finest, surviving example of this form of in . Many other significant close by have vanished over the years.
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Archaeology at UoA Nov 14
Next week, be ready! Britain learning resources fair. There could be books, food, recipes, costumes, games! Join in! Friday Nov 22, 11-1, MR613
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Christian Boulton Dec 1
Another ticked off the list. Actually, it's a cairn and stone row, but hey! .
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Maxime Duprez Dec 17
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Creative-Beast Jan 10
Here's a look at the Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops fine-cut figure showing some examples of the range of poses it can get into.
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