Tag Archives: Robert Bakker

An Impaling Down Jurassic Fern Fields.

Imagine yourself walking quietly searching for prey on a field of ferns in the middle of a Jurassic tropical forest. You have good colour vision to spot any unusual coloration in the sea of greens. You discover some  structures raising … Continue reading

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Nanotyrannus… is it or is it not?

Nanotyrannus  was considered  as a different tyrannosaur species right from its discovery (especially by Robert Bakker). However, soon his status started to oscillate between different tyrannosaur and  a juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex. This has always been a source of  hot debate. We have had … Continue reading

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It’s official… The *New* Big Golden Book of Dinosaurs is advertised at Amazon!

Sixty years ago children and dinosaur fans in general marvelled at the great illustrations of Rudolph Zallinger (both at the Yale Museum famous mural and at children books like Dinosaurs And Other Prehistoric Reptiles)… Artistically his stylish artwork remain a landmark, … Continue reading

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Announcing: “Dinosaurs In Your Face”

Random House has just re-released several of my collaborations with Robert Bakker (“Dinosaurs!”, “Dino Babies!” and “Prehistoric Monsters!” … for the first time in 3D! Yes… more exclamation marks… they have compiled several of the children books we have done … Continue reading

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