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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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The inseparable Chinese Couple…

Guanlong… A rare, feathered and crested tyrannosaur and the other,  Yinlong a (basal ceratopsian) enact here what their possible descendants (Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops would  continue to do millions of years later). I employed a completely different style in this … Continue reading

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