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The Ceratopsians from Aldama…

Our Mexican dinosaur spree continues! Presenting a herd of mid-sized chasmosaurine ceratosians from the region of Aldama, Chihuahua, Mexico indicates that there were more species relative to Nasutoceratops. The Museo del Mammut in the northern state of Chihuahua has tried this reconstruction, but … Continue reading

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More Mexican Dinosaurs: Labocania anomala.

In my series about Mexican Dinosaurs, I haven’t been able to avoid repeatedly the use of violent scenes… that is what popular palaeontology is about according to some of the kids  attending my workshops last week: VIOLENCE… and gore… of course! Well, … 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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