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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…06 Dinosaur Tail.adapt.1190.1 by PaleoGuy
For those interested, here's a list of the dinosaurs shown in Happy Dinovember! v2

Archaeopteryx, Styracosaurus, Sauroposeidon, Futalongkosaurus, Malawisaurus, Struthiomimus, Mononykus, Citipati, Brontosaurus, Dryosaurus, Anchisaurus, Tyrannosaurus, Microraptor, Protoceratops, Monolophosaurus, Camarasaurus, Stegosaurus, Deinonychus, Amphicoelias, Parasaurolophus, Velociraptor, Carnotaurus, Therizinosaurus, Euplocephalus, Giganotosaurus, Agilisaurus, Albertosaurus, Albertoceratops, Acheoraptor, Allosaurus, Anzu, Mamenchisaurus, Giraffatitan, Concavenator, Gobivenator, Nipponsaurus, Lambeosaurus, Kentrosaurus, Aquilops, Shantungosaurus, Lythronax, Irritator, Hungarosaurus, Drinker, Maiasaura, Atlasaurus, Megalosaurus, Dromaeosaurus, Heterodontosaurus

Possibly THE most anticipated book of the year!
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This past week I visited London and spent a day at the Natural History Museum. This is a stunningly beautiful building, steeped in history. The display of marine reptiles is absolutely walk into a room that must be 30 or 40 feet high (can't find a reference to the size) and is loaded, floor to ceiling with framed displays of ichthyosaurs, plesiosaurs and mosasaurs. Oddly, there's also a Megatherium in the corner. With all due respect to my British followers though, I have to say that I found the dinosaur hall a disappointment. Most of the skeletons are displayed on "floating" platforms way above your head and in extremely dim lighting. The majority of the display is "interactive" displays. Maybe I'm just too old school.
I'll be loading the images over the next couple days. Lnhm2 by PaleoGuy
Amazing story! And huge implications for paleoartists!…

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The Amazing World Dinosaus Cover-small by PaleoGuy

"The Amazing World of Dinosaurs" and the accompanying set of playing cards will be available September 22. Available on Amazon here:……
To my watchers....I'm going to London at the end of September and am wondering if anyone can give me info on the natural history museum or any other venues in the city to see dinosaurs. Send me a message if you can help.
This fossil is making some news, but it seems likely (probable?) it's a chimera (a fossil hodgepodge of several animals). Read Andrew Cau's assessment here:…
(Site is in Italian but can be translated through link at the top of the page)
Beipiaognathus figure by PaleoGuy
If this is correct (and it sounds like it is) it's AMAZING!! New specimens of Liaoningosaurus indicate it was unlike any other ankylosaur…

Image by Fabizzio de Rossi
Liaoningosaurus paradoxus 4-3 by PaleoGuy
Got the pre-release copies of the book today. 

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Paleocards1avatar by PaleoGuy
Second ceratopsian announced today!!
Story Link:…

Artwork by Mike ScrepnickNew-horned-dinosaur-cropped by PaleoGuy
Paper link:…

Not my art. This accompanied the press announcement. Piece is by Mark Witton 573cb00f2c980 by PaleoGuy
PrehistoricSuperpredators by PaleoGuy

Hi all,
I'm looking for your ideas. I'm working on a book called "Prehistoric Superpredators" and would like to know what animals you think should be included. These are not limited to dinosaurs, but any ancient animal you consider the coolest and most fearsome, that qualify for the title "Superpredator."

Give me your list of up to 10 animals.

Link to paper:…
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(Note: not my artwork,these are from the paper)
Journal.pone.0151661.g003 by PaleoGuy
Story link:…

Not my artwork. This is Todd Marshalls reproduction

Image by PaleoGuy…

Eotrachodon orientalis-novataxa 2016-Prieto-Mrqu by PaleoGuy…

Dracoraptor 3554576b by PaleoGuy
Note: NOT my artwork. Original art by Bob Nicholls