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Raptor's Nest: Ceratosaurus nasicornis
Apr 26, 2008 ... One of my all-time favourite theropod is for some reason Ceratosaurus nasicornis. You might think its the horns but I'm actually more drawn ...
Raptor's Nest: Velociraptor mongoliensis
I've been fooling around again toying with the idea of a Velociraptor mongoliensis perching atop a recently deceased carcass and ...
Raptor's Nest: Olfactory bulb in theropods
However, it is obvious that Alligator has a much higher olfactory ratio compared to those in theropods of similar sizes. Perhaps, the role of olfaction is ...
Raptor's Nest: Albertaceratops nesmoi MK II
Albertaceratops nesmoi MK II! It looks a lot better than my previous one, which is way too embarassing to link to now. ...
Raptor's Nest: Ultrasaurus and Ultrasauros
Jensen's Ultrasauros had also become a junior synonym of Supersaurus because it turned out that the type of Ultrasauros was in fact a ...
Raptor's Nest: Centrosaurus apertus - initially Monoclonius crassus
My attempt at another ceratopsian; this time, Monoclonius crassus - but I realised after reading up on this genus that my drawing is ...
Raptor's Nest: Updates and Pachyrhinosaurus
So anyway, on popular demand, I'd started drawing a Pachyrhinosaurus. I still have to flesh it out, literally, but I just present here the ...
Raptor's Nest: Suchomimus tenerensis
Along with the slightly older Baryonyx from the UK and contemporary Cristatusaurus of Niger, Suchomimus is phylogenetically distinct from ...
Raptor's Nest: Olfactory bulb in theropods
I refer to the new study by Darla Zelenitsky and colleagues on the olfactory bulbs in theropod dinosaurs and alligator. Zelenitsky et al. ...
Raptor's Nest: Suchomimus tenerensis
This time, it's Suchomimus tenerensis. As always, I ran out of paper but this time, I scotch-tapee another piece of paper to fit the ...
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