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Through Eden's collapse by war (wip)

Through Eden’s collapse by war, and the sacrifice of Noah’s siblings, the fate of the world could be prophesied, and creation would only descend harder, to come crashing down until the floodwaters would set his family safely upon its shores.

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New dinosaurs daily

We learn more and more about earth’s natural history every day.

Whenever we think we’ve found the largest or smallest, tallest or heaviest prehistoric creature, another incredible discovery moves what we know into second place in the record books. 251 more words

Critter of the Week: Pterodactylus

Meet Terry. She’s a chipper little flyer who would love to scramble up onto your shoulder and nibble your ear (just a little nibble, it tickles).   532 more words

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Critter of the Week: Rhamphorhynchus

Meet Ron. He’s the flying ace.  He’ll swoop from the sky, dive into the water, and swim anywhere for a shiny fish. :)

Rrr- just how do you pronounce that?   360 more words

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Stuff That's Awesome #1: Quetzalcoatlus

Stuff that’s awesome is a series of posts where I describe something awesome in 600 words or less. The subject of posts can be absolutely anything- the only inclusion criteria is that I feel the subject does not get the recognition its level of awesome would suggest. 572 more words

Stuff Thats Awesome

Forfexopterus: a Huanhepterus sister

Boy, it’s been a long time
since we’ve looked at a new pterosaur. Several months, perhaps… maybe longer…

Jiang et al. 2016
present a new disarticulated, but largely complete Early Cretaceous pterosaur, … 919 more words

Reptile Family Tree

Happy Turiasaurus Family

This is a drawing I originally did for the Paleocast 2016 Art Competition which got AWESOME submission and you should really check out. It features a family of Turiasaurus riodevensis having a mud bath in a tidal mud plain or tidal-flat, at the shore of the Tethys Ocean. 450 more words

Cretaceous