Coastal Laramidia ( Late Cretaceous). A couple of T. exes are feasting from a “Sabinosaurio” carcass, while several azdharxhids queue for their turn… Impossible? Not according to Dr. Claudia Serrano Brañas that after reading my comments in the previous blog about … Continue reading
Posted in Dinosaurs, Mexican Prehistory, ornithomimosaurs, Pterosaurs, tyrannosaurs, Uncategorized
Tagged azhdarchids, Cabullona Basin, Dave Hone, Dr. Claudia Serrano Brañas, Laramidia, Lomas Coloradas, Sabinosaurio, Sonora, Totlmimus, Tyrannosaurus rex
Suddenly I realised that I overlooked this piece of my Mexican Dinosaurs series. Meet a displaying pair of Tototlmimus packardensis (Serrano-Brañas et al 2016) from Cuenca Cabullona, Sonora some 72 million years ago. An obvious relative of the Canadian Ornithomimus, it … Continue reading
Posted in Dinosaur rEvolution, Mexican Prehistory, Natural History Museum of Denmark, NHM Events, Ornithischians, ornithomimosaurs, tyrannosaurs, Uncategorized
Tagged Angel Ramírez, Cuenca Cabullona, Gondwana Studios, Ornithomimus, Sabinosaurio, Sonora, Totlmimus
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Peter Norton from Gondwana Studios has been around to take down the Hatching The Past exhibition from the Horniman Museum (an unprecedented success!). Looking forward to see it in Cardiff next! We have also continued our task to finish off … Continue reading
In my series about Mexican Dinosaurs, I haven’t been able to avoid repeatedly the use of violent scenes… that is what popular palaeontology is about according to some of the kids attending my workshops last week: VIOLENCE… and gore… of course! Well, … Continue reading
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Tagged Aldebaran Castañeda Salmorán, Angel Ramírez, Chilantasaurus, Fomisaurios, Huehuecanauhtlus, La Bocana Roja, Labocania, Mexican Dinosaurs, Schezuanosaurus, tyrannosaurs
Just back from a Dinosaur Society weekend at the Wetland Centre in Barnes. I had workshops and couldn’t go to all the talks, but I was surprised that Friday, sandwiched in between academic talks by Darren Naish and Mike Benton … Continue reading
The new exhibition Dinosaur rEvolution is getting ready… and part of it will be revised and revamped artwork like this almost 20-year-old piece that is still valid to this day… only I had to add more information to it. Protoceratops and … Continue reading
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Originally posted on Luis V. Rey Updates Blog:
Following my visit to Mexico, Ricardo Servín Pichardo‘s reconstruction of Isauria (Latirhinus uistlani) from Formación del Cerro del Pueblo, Parras, Coahuila brought to the fore the amount of pathologies previously described in much…