Permian Animals, Artwork by Mauricio Anton
Permian animals. Computer artwork of Rubidgea sp. gorgonopsians taking prey from their smaller relative Aelurognathus, during the Permian period (around 300-250 million years ago) in what is now South Africa.
Tarbosaurus Thief, Damir G. Martin
Tarbosaurus stealing one of Deinocheirus juveniles. Illustration created for book project by Mike Kelly, "Super Predator: The World Of Tyrannosaurus rex".
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‘Paleoart,’ a New Book, Explores the Surprisingly Venerable Tradition of Depicting Dinosaurs
"Paleoart: Visions of the Prehistoric Past" delves deep into the history of an art form that imagines the lives of primitive beasts.
Raptors attack a vulnerable Mosasaurus that remained aground at low tide Canvas Art - Sergey KrasovskiyStocktrek Images (25 x 34) - Walmart.com
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Prehistoric Creatures on Instagram: “Epicyon Haydeni hunts a Synthetoceras By Mark Hallett #prehistoricart #prehistoricanimals #prehistoric #prehistoricpets #prehistoria…”
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How Many Horns did Triceratops Have, How Big Was Its Skull, and More
You can probably recognize the Triceratops easily, but you might have some mistaken ideas about this plant-eater, including the number of horns it really had.
Picturing Ancient New Zealand - using clues from science
A peek into behind the scenes of creating a non-fiction book for children. How scientific research informs text and illustrations in 'From Moa to Dinosaurs'.