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Sculpture of Lythronax argestes, an early tyrannosaurid possibly ancestral to T. Rex. I like how his thinning proto-feathers make him look like a transitional form between the early, feathery Tyrannosauroidea (e.g. Yutyrannus and Dilong) and the later, scaly Tyrannosauridae (of which T. Rex was the last and greatest).

Sculpture of Lythronax argestes, an early tyrannosaurid possibly ancestral to T. Rex. I like how his thinning proto-feathers make him look like a transitional form between the early, feathery Tyrannosauroidea (e.g. Yutyrannus and Dilong) and the later, scaly Tyrannosauridae (of which T. Rex was the last and greatest).

Styracosaurus

Styracosaurus

Closeup of the skull and teeth of the Puntledge River elasmosaur

Closeup of the skull and teeth of the Puntledge River elasmosaur

From James Gurney’s book Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter. His other book Imaginative Realism: How to Paint What Doesn't Exist looks good too.

From James Gurney’s book Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter. His other book Imaginative Realism: How to Paint What Doesn't Exist looks good too.

antediluvianechoes:  Stegosaurus, David Krentz Rain whispers against leaves and murmurs on Stegosaurus’s plates. It’s an early June sunshowe...

antediluvianechoes: Stegosaurus, David Krentz Rain whispers against leaves and murmurs on Stegosaurus’s plates. It’s an early June sunshowe...

Jurassic World Tyrannosaurus Rex

Jurassic World Tyrannosaurus Rex

January | 2009 | SheWalksSoftly

January | 2009 | SheWalksSoftly

t-rex - Jurassic

t-rex - Jurassic

Conchoraptor gracilis | from the book “Feathered Dinosaurs: the Origin of Birds" by John Long (paleontologist) and Peter Schouten (illustrator).

Conchoraptor gracilis | from the book “Feathered Dinosaurs: the Origin of Birds" by John Long (paleontologist) and Peter Schouten (illustrator).

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