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Duckbill buddies by HodariNundu Duckbill buddies by HodariNundu
Parasaurolophus y Corythosaurus.

Parasaurolophus & Corythosaurus.
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:iconolddochudsonandco:
OldDocHudsonandCO Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Interesting, it's been a while since I've seen lambesaurines near water, excellent work.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013   General Artist
Thank you :B
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:iconolddochudsonandco:
OldDocHudsonandCO Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
You're Welcome!
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G7997 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2012
is that the hatclings of the Parasaurolophus?
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reminegrest Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012  Student General Artist
Why your arts aren't so detailed right now?
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012   General Artist
Well, this particular one and those I submited at around that time were actually for a drawing exposition I had, so I detailed them more on purpose. Most of the stuff I upload are sketches I make when I have some free time, you could say made in a hurry. Thats why.
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LavaZombie Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I always imagined seeing these two dinosaurs coexisting.
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rubens77 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012
y los chiquitos son crias del Parasaurolophus o del Corythosaurus
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012   General Artist
Tal vez sean hibridos o-o
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rubens77 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2012
a ok
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rubens77 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2012
genial
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Brad-ysaurus Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2011
Great drawing. Parasaurolophus is such a hard dinosaur to draw.
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Xenomorphia-Master66 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011
One of the greatest depictions of ecological partnerships between herbivorous hadrosaur dinosaurs on DA. Great work Hodari! Always been a fan of your works :)
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BakaNyaNya Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
El parasaurolophus es de mis favoritos :3
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mantisboy7 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I <3 Hadrosaurs
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CtenospondylusVera Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011   Traditional Artist
Nice! Duckbills rules!
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herofan135 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Really nice work. Love how you did their skin. :D
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humondramon Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
Now this is nice scene, :)........>_> except for that hungry looking Dromaeosaurus scout in the background! This is probably going to be a fight between 2 fathers & a pack of hungry raptors!
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011   General Artist
Good eye, I wonder if ur the first one to spot the raptor :D
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humondramon Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
Judging from the rest of the comments on this art, I'm afraid I'm the only one with the eye of a pterosaur. Speaking of which did you know that Quetzalcoatlus might have found prey, by seeing in ultraviolet.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011   General Artist
I know it was suggested in one of those recent "documentaries"... but I think its unlikely, as we now know it hunted on the ground, like a ground horbill or a stork, meaning it would only need normal eyesight to locate prey. Who knows...
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humondramon Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
It could be a possibility though. Or it might have had extremely great eyesight to find small animals on the ground from great heights.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011   General Artist
It probably did, I remember reading something about pterosaurs having amazing eyewsight, in general
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Coilekxais Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I LOVE Parasaurolophus! great work!
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clubpenguindino Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
You never cease to amaze me, the details are just incredible, I really like the reflections of the trees in the back.
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Eriorguez Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011
And, from what we know from hadrosaurs, they seem to be far less tolerant to other species that modern herbivores, and all animals are aggresive if their offspring is nearby...

But that doesn't matter, as this work is awesome! Great job, gotta love the little guys playing chase!
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MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011
Is there an actual proof of them being intolerant? As far as I know, they were not the helpless creatures they are often portrayed as, but not exactly agressive.
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Eriorguez Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011
Bonebeds are monospecific, mixed herds are unlikely therefore.

Also, herbivores tend to be more aggresive that carnivores. Tends to happen when everything wants to eat you...
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MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011
That does not exactly mean that they are intolerant. Happens with modern day herbivores aswell, yet at times herds tend to mix.
And herbivores are usually not agressive against other herbivores.
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Albertonykus Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
Wouldn't say this is usual, but not exactly uncommon: [link]
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MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
That refers to young Zebra stallions. Young males being agressive is not that uncommon. See young elephant Bulls. But it is a lot less common once with females and older males.
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Albertonykus Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
Nevertheless, there's no good evidence that hadrosaurs gathered in mixed herds: [link]
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MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011
Ofcourse there isn't. Paleontology is also greatly based on theories. Mixed herds were likely only temporary anyways, similar to what one can see in the African Savannas in modern times.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011   General Artist
Thanks!
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