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Paleo-illustrations and diagrams for the Coahuila Dinosaurs issue of Mexico Desconocido Magazine, Mexico. Scene of the Late

Dinosaur Art: The World's Greatest Paleoart: Raul Martin, John Sibbick, Douglas Henderson, Mauricio Antón.

Dinosaur Art: The World's Greatest Paleoart: Raul Martin, John Sibbick, Douglas Henderson, Mauricio Antón.

Julius Csotonyi | One of my new paleoart pieces -- this one featuring Tyrannosaurus rex -- that was recently unveiled as one of a set of panels at the beautiful University of Oxford Museum of Natural History, to accompany their dinosaur skeletal material on display. I completed the set of paintings digitally using a stylus and tablet, a lot like I would use traditional acrylic paint, rather than employing photographic compositing. …

One of my new paleoart pieces -- this one featuring Tyrannosaurus rex -- that was recently unveiled as one of a set of panels at the beautiful University of Oxford Museum of Natural History, to.

"Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous" at the National Geographic Museum

The timing of the National Geographic Museum’s newest exhibit, Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous, is rather auspicious — for them and for us. Just months after the dinosaurs .

Dromaeosaurus albertensis by FredtheDinosaurman

Dromaeosaurus albertensis by FredtheDinosaurman

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New Stars in the Dinosaur World, PM Magazin April 2015. Spinosaurus aegypticus. Art by Román García Mora.

New Stars in the Dinosaur World, PM Magazin April Spinosaurus aegypticus. Art by Román García Mora.

90-million-year-old find suggests complex ear was key to beast’s dominance - Artist’s reconstruction of Timurlengia euotica, an early relative of Tyrannosaurus rex whose keen hearing probably made it an effective predator.

IN-BETWEENER The horse-sized tyrannosaur Timurlengia euotica, which roamed what is now Uzbekistan 90 million years ago, already had the supersenses of the giant tyrannosaurs that appeared millions of years later.

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