Monthly Archives: May 2021

The Big T. IS Finally out! The secret crown jewel of Mexican Dinosaurs is with us.

Presenting the final version of the Big T. (Tlatolophus galorum) above. It has taken Angel Ramírez Velasco and Ricardo Servín Pichardo several painstaking years to publish this marvel. A perfect, complete skull of this Parasurolophine hadrosaur, similar to but at … Continue reading

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Pathologies… in the waiting!

There’s nothing more frustrating, as every artist or palaeontologist knows, than a bunch of oven ready pieces rotting away in our vaults without a publisher helping them to see the light!… Those were the pre=pandemic days! Almost two years after … Continue reading

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