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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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Two Towering Triassic Titans by HodariNundu
Two Towering Triassic Titans
Ni siquiera un Dracovenator de 7 metros es rival para dos anquisaurios gigantes! :D
Inspirado en un monstruoso prosauropodo cuyos restos fueron hallados en la famosa formación Elliott de Sudafrica, y que pudo haber sido
comparable en peso al mismísimo Diplodocus, siendo además más largo y mas alto que el Tyrannosaurus rex- lo que le convierte probablemente
en el mayor prosauropodo, el mayor animal terrestre del Triásico, y el mayor bípedo conocido de todos los tiempos (las proporciones de sus extremidades
indican que no estaba adaptado a la locomoción cuadrupeda).
Gracias a :iconvasix: por alertarme de la existencia de esta increible bestia :B

Not even a 7 meter Dracovenator is a match for two gigantic anchisaurs! D:
Inspired by a monstrous prosauropod whose remains were found in the famous Elliott Formation of South Africa, and may have been comparable in weight to
Diplodocus itself! Being also longer and taller than T-Rex, which makes it probably the largest prosauropod, the largest land animal of the Triassic, and the largest
bipedal animal of all times, at least known to date! (the proportions of its limbs indicate it was not adapted for quadrupedal locomotion)
Thanks to :iconvasix: for letting me know of this amazing beast! :B
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Death of an Allosaurus by HodariNundu
Death of an Allosaurus
Un Allosaurus recibe una herida fatal cuando su presa- oh, vamos, ¿de veras necesito decir qué es? :B- usa una maniobra inesperada para quitárselo de encima. Inspirado en un estudio segun el cual Stegosaurus tenía una cola mas flexible que la mayoría de dinosaurios y podía manejarla con increible destreza para defenderse de sus depredadores (y quiza para pelear con otros estegosaurios). Incluso hay evidencia de un malhadado Allosaurus que fue atravesado por el tagomizador de un estegosaurio justo en el hueso púbico (ouch...); la herida no muestra señales de haber sanado, asi que es muy probable que el Allosaurus haya muerto debido a la herida (y ya se sabe que los alosaurios eran de lo mas resistentes...)
:B Ahora las movidas defensivas de los estegosaurios de Fantasía y El Mundo Perdido no parecen tan descabelladas...

An Allosaurus receives a fatal injury when its prey- oh c´mon, do I need to say what it is? :B- uses an unexpected maneuver to get it off its back. Inspired by a study according to which Stegosaurus had a more flexible tail than most other dinosaurs and could move it with amazing dexterity to defend against its predators (and maybe to fight other stegosaurs). There's even evidence of a hapless Allosaurus that was stabbed through the pubic bone by a thagomizer (ouch!) and the wound shows no signs of healing, meaning the Allosaurus died of its injuries (and you know how tough Allosaurus was...)
:B Now the tail moves of the stegosaurs from Fantasia and The Lost World seem less far fetched...
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Puma by HodariNundu
Puma
Eso, un puma :B

En Sudamérica hay muchas leyendas sobre pumas amistosos, hasta el punto de ser llamado "amigo del cristiano", y sin embargo, los pumas probablemente se han comido mas gente que los jaguares (tradicionalmente más temidos desde tiempos antiguos...)

That, a puma :B

In South America there's plenty of legends about friendly pumas, to the point of being called "friend to the Christian", and yet pumas have probably eaten more people than jaguars (which are more traditionally feared)
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Deinocheirus looked absolutely nothing like a spoonbill after all! And its stomach contents were found, too!

phenomena.nationalgeographic.c…

By the way, to everyone who told me it had feet like a jacana... are you sure you've ever seen one? :B

Very cool dino. Yet another mystery solved. :>
Deinocheirus looked absolutely nothing like a spoonbill after all! And its stomach contents were found, too!

phenomena.nationalgeographic.c…

By the way, to everyone who told me it had feet like a jacana... are you sure you've ever seen one? :B

Very cool dino. Yet another mystery solved. :>

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:iconvasix:
vasix Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Also, you hear about a fight between a rauisuchian and a phyotsaur in North America?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner 2 days ago   General Artist
Yeah, a while ago :B
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vasix Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Anyway, I hope this information proves to be solid in future as well...that's pretty much the only paper about it that I could find, and I hope Yates and Wedel were correct in their description...don't you think emailing Yates, perhaps, would help?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner 2 days ago   General Artist
Help with what?
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River-rex Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Artist
You heard about Dimetrodon eating sharks?
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner 5 days ago   General Artist
Yep, I did :>
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River-rex Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student Artist
I think that you're not on DA when I tell you, and by the time you get back on to see my message you've already seen it. I give up.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner 4 days ago   General Artist
Yeah, that's probably what happens :B I'm sorry, I appreciate it that you kept telling me for so long.
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vasix Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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codyknepper Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I was checking out your drawing and drew another one of your pieces. I put a link to your page in the description. Thanks for doing art homie.

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