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Tyrannosauridae: Talking about large, derived tyrannosaurs - Albertosaurines and Tyrannosaurines (excludes Alioramines) - should adults be depicted: 

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130 deviants said Partially feathered
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32 deviants said Fully feathered
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13 deviants said Unfeathered

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James Kuether
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My book. 'The Amazing World of Dinosaurs" features more than 160 pages of my natural history artwork. It's available at Amazon.com here
www.amazon.com/Amazing-World-D…
I recently completed a project creating images for the West Hartford Children's Museum new dinosaur exhibit. The project involved about 20 small (2' x 3') images, and three 16 x 20 foot murals. You can see one of the murals in the image below. The mural depicts feathered dinosaurs (Yutyrannus, Psittacosaurus, Caudipteryx and Sinosauropteryx) to contrast with the model of Deinonychus that is not feathered to display the changing views of dinosaurs. Link to two stories about the opening of the exhibit with additional images.

www.courant.com/community/west…
we-ha.com/dinosaurs-arrive-wes…
Hc-cc-hc-west-hartford-dinosaurs-0223-20170221 by PaleoGuy
www.heraldextra.com/individual…

A 9-ton block of sandstone containing what may be up to 9 Utahraptors representing ages from hatchling to adult is stalled due to funding cuts. Please see the article above, and if you can find any way to help support the project, please do so. Any donation helps!

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A dinosaur tail section has been found preserved in amber

news.nationalgeographic.com/20…06 Dinosaur Tail.adapt.1190.1 by PaleoGuy

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I recently completed a project creating images for the West Hartford Children's Museum new dinosaur exhibit. The project involved about 20 small (2' x 3') images, and three 16 x 20 foot murals. You can see one of the murals in the image below. The mural depicts feathered dinosaurs (Yutyrannus, Psittacosaurus, Caudipteryx and Sinosauropteryx) to contrast with the model of Deinonychus that is not feathered to display the changing views of dinosaurs. Link to two stories about the opening of the exhibit with additional images.

www.courant.com/community/west…
we-ha.com/dinosaurs-arrive-wes…
Hc-cc-hc-west-hartford-dinosaurs-0223-20170221 by PaleoGuy
Tyrannosauridae: Talking about large, derived tyrannosaurs - Albertosaurines and Tyrannosaurines (excludes Alioramines) - should adults be depicted:
74%
130 deviants said Partially feathered
18%
32 deviants said Fully feathered
7%
13 deviants said Unfeathered
Yehuecauhceratops
The new centrosaurine from Mexico.
I've recently updated my website to contain images of more than 350 individual dinosaurs and prehistoric animals. Visit www.jameskuether.com and click on Galleries>Individual Animals. The "portraits" are arranged alphabetically. There is a downloadable PDF of all the animals listed for easier reference.
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Lycaenops Den
Lycaenops was a small gorgonopsid from the Permian period
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PaleoGuy Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2016
Unfortunately nothing too spectacular. Lots of belemnites and shark's teeth. 
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creodont Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2016
No big teeth, I take it?
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Thunderballstorm Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2016
Paleogay, why are you disabled comments on pictures?
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twoworldsonekingdom Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016
www.express.co.uk/news/nature/…

Thought it would be something of interest to you.
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PaleoGuy Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016
Thanks. Saw that a couple weeks ago. Very cool!
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twoworldsonekingdom Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2016
We also got this a couple days ago: www.kob.com/albuquerque-news/d…

Do you think it could be the skull of Zunityrannus?
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PaleoGuy Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2016
I'd guess Bistahieversor, but hard to say from the image and story.
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twoworldsonekingdom Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016
I'm amazed that there have been so many new dinosaurs discovered this year.
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creodont Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2016
I love how your therapods have their hands in the anatomically correct position.  That's so often an overlooked detail.
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Droemar Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2016
Love your work. I was wondering  if you would be kind enough to spread the word:  I'm doing a Kickstarter for my dinosaur novel Mark of the Conifer on Sept 1st. You can see more art for it here: www.facebook.com/markoftheconi…
Hope to see you there!
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