Category Archives: Birds

The Next Bone of Contention…

Yes, that is what feathering T. rex is becoming! Once again I’m feeling the same as what was happening  in the 80’s and 90’s when several madcaps like some of us  confronted the hard core scientists that claimed they had … Continue reading

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Swerving across the path of controversy… Sinosauropteryx and Yi Qi.

While we know a lot about Sinosauropteryx, to ‘almost’ even the level of colouration, we don’t know enough about Yi qi, the famous bat-like feathered dinosaur… its remains are not well enough preserved to be certain of many details like the … Continue reading

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Sneak preview: Dinosaur rEvolution embarks in its first tour!

The City of Albury is a local government area in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia DinosaurRevolution at Albury City and it has become home of the debut of  the efforts of Gondwana Studios and myself in this very … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 2015/16

Just in time for the silly hats…As ever I thank you all for the support to this blog throughout this year… wishing you a better 2016 if at all possible!

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Dinosaurs Take Flight opens at last!

There exhibition many of us were waiting for since last year is finally opening at the Kenosha Public Museum! It is a dazzling design by Nick Regester and Alanna Magovern dedicated exclusively to artwork representing Archaeopteryx and its dramatic development and … Continue reading

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The Deinonychus Saga (Part 2)

We were talking about female Deinonychus in the previous post… what about this dandy. flamboyant male? I did this as a challenge: we really don’t have much evidence of the exterior of dinosaurs… what is underneath all that flamboyancy  is … Continue reading

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Our daily dose of dino-weirdness…

We are used to Nature’s jokes, but this one… well… this is the joke nobody expected in the mosaic of dino=bird evolution… could it be lemur-mimic dinosaur like Epidendrosaurus?  That is why I reconstructed it this way… fully covered with … Continue reading

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