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The Mexican Dinosaur Eden(Part 1)

As I was mentioning in the previous blog, even as fragmentary as the fossil material is most of the time in Mexico, the Cuenca de Parras, Coahuila, specifically this time  Cerro del Pueblo in the north of Mexico, has produced exceptional specimens like  the … 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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