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This is an art gallery, not a science site. Most of the art here is nature and science inspired, but is NOT scientific illustration. Expect little accuracy, and you may actually enjoy it. :B

PS- Kind of funny how I have to specify this, this being an art site and all...

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World's Biggest See Saw by HodariNundu
World's Biggest See Saw
Y el mas desafortunado :B Solo un doodle inspirado por el reciente estudio segun el cual el colosal elefante prehistorico Palaeoloxodon namadicus, que vivio en Asia hasta el Pleistoceno, habria sido uno de los mamiferos terrestres mas grandes de todos los tiempos, si no es que el mas grande, superando incluso a los famosos indricoterios. Segun se dice, los individuos mas grandes de esta especie podian pesar hasta 24 toneladas, siendo cuatro veces mas pesados que un elefante africano promedio, y alrededor de dos veces mas que un Diplodocus normal. Siéntanse libres de imaginar lo que pasa por la mente de los dos de arriba :B

And the most hapless :B Just a doodle inspired by the recent study according to which the colossal prehistoric elephant Palaeoloxodon namadicus would have been one of the largest land mammals of all times, if not the largest, beating even the famous indricotheres. Apparently, the big individuals of this species could weigh up to 24 tons, being four times as heavy as an average African elephant, and about twice as heavy as your ordinary Diplodocus. Feel free to imagine what's going through the minds of these two :B
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Meet the Tizheruk by HodariNundu
Meet the Tizheruk
Un Tizheruk hambriento considera seriamente romper su dieta y comerse un oso polar... si logra atraparlo.
El Tizheruk no es un animal prehistorico, sino un críptido que supuestamente recuerda a una foca leopardo enorme y de cuello largo. Pueden leer mas sobre el aqui: karlshuker.blogspot.mx/2015/07…

A hungry Tizheruk seriously considers breaking its diet and eating a polar bear... if it can catch it :B 
The Tizheruk is not a prehistoric animal, but rather a cryptid, said to resemble a long-necked, gigantic leopard seal. You can read about it here: karlshuker.blogspot.mx/2015/07…
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Hey everyone! That last post was not about suicide, and it definitely was not a joke! I think I owe you all an apology for being so cryptic; I can see how that simple phrase could be misinterpreted. I do suffer from depression and I did have a suicidal episode earlier this year, of which I didn´t mention a thing until now- no need for details there, lets just say I owe my life to a relative with incredibly good timing, and that I'm very lucky to even be alive to write these lines right now. I have no plans to repeat the experience, so no worries there.
And of course, I don´t feel like joking about it either. 

The phrase was just about actual dreams. You know, like, when life seems pointless or boring or too mundane, and you go to sleep and dream of amazing things? Like dinosaurs, for example! I tend to write down thoughts like that- no long explanation, just the words that come to me at the moment. But I didn´t expect to cause alarm.

Again, I apologize for the misunderstanding and know that I really appreciate your concern. As long as the "what doesn´t kill you" thing is true- and I like to think it is-, I'll still be around for a while. 
... at least we have dreams.
Haters Gonna Hate by HodariNundu
Haters Gonna Hate
Tetrapodophis era una serpiente cuadrupeda y no le podría importar menos lo que piensen de sus decisiones en la vida :B 
Aparentemente, esta era una diminuta serpiente constrictora, de solo 20 cms de longitud y que vivio hace unos 120 millones de años. Los cientificos encontraron el fosil en un museo de Alemania pero creen que proviene de Brasil. ¿Como llego ahi? Pues caminando, claro :B

Tetrapodophis was a four-legged snake and couldn´t care less what you think of its life choices :B
Apparently this was a diminutive constrictor only 20 cms long that lived 120 million years ago. Scientists found the fossil in a museum in Germany but believe it comes from Brazil. How did it get there? Why, it walked of course! :B 
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Hey everyone! That last post was not about suicide, and it definitely was not a joke! I think I owe you all an apology for being so cryptic; I can see how that simple phrase could be misinterpreted. I do suffer from depression and I did have a suicidal episode earlier this year, of which I didn´t mention a thing until now- no need for details there, lets just say I owe my life to a relative with incredibly good timing, and that I'm very lucky to even be alive to write these lines right now. I have no plans to repeat the experience, so no worries there.
And of course, I don´t feel like joking about it either. 

The phrase was just about actual dreams. You know, like, when life seems pointless or boring or too mundane, and you go to sleep and dream of amazing things? Like dinosaurs, for example! I tend to write down thoughts like that- no long explanation, just the words that come to me at the moment. But I didn´t expect to cause alarm.

Again, I apologize for the misunderstanding and know that I really appreciate your concern. As long as the "what doesn´t kill you" thing is true- and I like to think it is-, I'll still be around for a while. 

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TroyandFriends Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Guess what the largest land mammal was? Jake Eyebrows 
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner 1 day ago   General Artist
Palaeoloxodon namadicus or some other giant proboscidian, probably.


(You thought you had me? :B)
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TroyandFriends Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
(Kind'a yeah, LOL)

Getting inspired mate?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner 1 day ago   General Artist
Been meaning to draw something about it for a while now, lets see what comes out :B
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vasix Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Here you go...now go nuts! 
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JustaRandomGourgeist Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
hi hodari! now there's 2 new discoveries. Collinsium, a worm covered with 72 spikes and Sefapanosaurus a prosauropod thought to originally be Aardonyx
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015   General Artist
I hadn´t heard of Collinsium- looks a lot like Hallucigenia actually :> Thanks for the tip!
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JustaRandomGourgeist Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
no problem!
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JustaRandomGourgeist Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
hi hodari! maybe you could draw the new and improved hallucigenia?
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vasix Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Now I found something...interesting... Link
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