Edmontosaurus skeletons in the AMNH.
And also the Charles R. Knight painting, made at a time when it was thought that this was a Trachodon. They later renamed it Anatosaurus, them Anatotitan and know is know that is just a species of the Edmontosaurus.
Photos by me
Esqueletos de Edmontosaurus en el AMNH.
Con ellos el cuadro de Charles R. Knight, quién lo hizo en un tiempo en que estos animales se llamaban Trachodon. Luego se los llamó Anatosaurus, después Anatotitan y ahora se sabe que no es más que una especie de Edmontosaurus.
Yo tomé las fotos.
100% scientifically accurate paleoart of the recently described dinosaur kulindadromeus zabaikalicus
Kulindadromeus is all over Tumblr, I assume that all of you know about the discovery and how important it is and have seen Andrey Atuchin’s wonderful illustration a hundred times already. There’s no need for me to post that, but we all need to marvel at the greatness of dimetrodone's take on the subject.
Bairdemys by Jorge Antonio González
Submitted by arse-moriendi:
Hi all! I was cleaning out my garage when I found this little treasure:
This books has been well-loved over the years, as evidenced by the scribbling (not me, I swear) and it is, unfortunately missing a few pages. But I scanned them and cleaned them up as best I could, and now I want to share one of my favorite books:
Acá algunas fotos que tomé del famoso Allosaurus comiéndose los restos de un Apatosaurus en el Museo Americano de Historia Natural en Nueva York.
Con ello también estaba el famoso cuadro de Charles R. Knight.
”Eearth’s history panel” by Alberto Gennari for the “Museo dell’ Ambiente” of the University of Salento.
As millions of years pass, fish build on their basic design. The muscles around their backbone evolve into a powerful tail and fins appear. They evolve a distinct head. He may not look like you or I, but this odd fish is becoming a blueprint for our own bodies.
Walking with Dinosaurs was popular enough to inspire a stage performance, many spin-offs, and now a re-make. My favorite of these is the prequel Walking with Monsters: Life Before Dinosaurs. It is a 3-part series that tells the tale of evolution and life in the Paleozoic.
This is how we went from simple little swimming creatures to taking our first steps on land. A glorious moment in history.
arse-moriendi said: Hi! I was cleaning out my garage and found an old copy of Prehistoric Animals by Peter Zallinger. I was thinking about scanning the pages and uploading them. Interested?
Of course, thank you!
Images from the production of “World’s Collide” for Panama’s new national natural history and science center, the Bio Museo…..
The exhibit covers the interchange of animal species that occurred between North and South America when the Panamanian land bridge was exposed, joining the two continents.
Pssst, Matt Mart is on Tumblr
He is, and it’s awesome! (I would’ve linked it myself if I knew how.)
Easy, you write some text, for instance “this blog”, then select that text and hit the “Insert/Edit Link button”, paste a URL, accept and you’ll get something like this:
Guys, this blog should have more followers, just saying.
Placéria #paleoart #watercolor
^ Another recommended blog
^Renata Cunha, another paleoartist on Tumblr you
might want to follow. Take a look at her paleoillustration tag
Pelagornis sandersi by Liz Bradford
Read more at National Geographic: Biggest Flying Seabird Had 21-Foot Wingspan