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Brian Engh Aug 27
Questionable* leg position aside, I continue to think it's important for paleoartists to promote healthy body image in giant , not the emaciated sprinters of the 90s . *stay tuned for archosaur hip cartilage paper by Tsai et al.
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Path of Titans Aug 17
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Guillaume Babey Sep 5
A semi-quick Daspletosaurus portrait based on helpful 3D references by .
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Elisabete Malafaia Aug 21
Just published a new species of theropod dinosaur, Vallibonavenatrix cani, from the Lower Cretaceous of Castellón (Spain), which is the the first species of spinosaurid identified in the Iberian Peninsula.
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IDL - Instituto Dom Luiz Aug 29
A new species of named cani was recently described in Cretaceous Research. This study was conducted by Elisabete Malafaia of the and was based on fossils from the Lower of Spain. To know more:
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Jamie Hiscocks Aug 28
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Keenan Taylor's Illustrated Menagerie Aug 31
"After decapitating the juvenile Triceratops, Stan the T. rex gulps down his meal whole before the smell of his kill draws unwanted attention from the other tyrants in sniffing range."
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Dilophosaurus Research Feed Feb 22
Ceratosauria SKULL and MANDIBLE (2/2) Some of the most flamboyant of headgear in the form of delicate, paired parasagittal crests are found in [Welles 1984]. 🎓Weishampel et al. Dinosauria. UCP 2004
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Jamie Hiscocks Aug 16
My latest amazing new find found in Wealden bone bed. Two dino teeth preserved together! Baryonyx and sauropod.
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Filippo Bertozzo Aug 26
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Ville Sinkkonen Jun 2
The ever wonderful tiny feathered dino Anchiornis. The pose and patterns are directly based on an unpublished specimen.
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Brian Engh Jun 26
Whoa check out this new *functionally monodactyl ! I wish the mentioned tracks indicating the monodactyl life position and/or a skeletal or life recon were included as figures...
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Dinotoyblog Aug 16
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Frances McLaughlin Sep 1
My latest paleoart Two archaeopteryx enjoying the view on a tall conifer tree Based on a photo of my two pet birds hanging out on top of their cage #
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DrBrianCurtice Jul 26
For Fearsome Fossil Friday I give thee Allosaurus fragilis! An intimidating visage even with a closed maw... @ Provo,…
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Stephanie Dziezyk Mar 25
The 600 has now been decided! It will be occurring on Sat March 30th at 6pm EST! Our subject will be , but I get the choice of genus. ? ? You’ll have to see! Link is at . See you there! 🦕♥️🦖
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Dee Jan 5
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A Wannabe Paleoartist Mar 2
Just finished some commissions for . Wiehenvenator bust, Dubreuillosaurus tending to it's nest, and a speculative megalosaur nest. If you really look hard, you might notice a theme.
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DinosaurValleySP Jul 19
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Patrick Getty Mar 15
Replying to @Prof_P_Getty
Indeed, two fragmentary somewhat like Coelophysis have been found in the Mesozoic rocks of New England. This one is called Podokesaurus holyokensis.
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