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The Extended 2016 Mexican Palaeontology Experience…

Remember this? In a previous blog entry I named Kritosaurus its main protagonist , but its true real brand new name is Isauria (Latirhinus uitslaniand) is currently in the vaults of the wonderful, “classic” among classics,  Museo de Geología in Mexico City on its way … Continue reading

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Early Jurassic Rewind… Extreme Mexican dinosaurs?!

Just a few scraps of Early Jurassic dinosaurs have been found in the Huizachal Canyon, Tamaulipas, Mexico… but thanks to the work of among others  David Fastovsky, René Hernández and Angel Ramírez what is clear now is that among them were Heterodontosaurs and Coelophysids… … Continue reading

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Dinosaur Skin and Survival… the new coming project.

 Tarbosaurus and Talarurus… the where ends meet in  the  new exhibition. In association with Gondwana Studios… the next Dinosaur rEvolution will be coming from as far as Tasmania! After the Hatching The Past success in Europe (thousands continue to visit … Continue reading

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Heterodontosaurs now and then…

This is part of an ambitious future project  with John Hutchinson that might develop in something really interesting. I showed this illustration to someone that replied “what is that weird squirrel?!”. Now, you must agree that at the level of … Continue reading

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