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Vintage Dinosaur Art: World Atlas of Dinosaurs – Part 1

Vintage Dinosaur Art

It’s 2023, and we have a rule here. It’s an arbitrary rule, but here we are: We count everything as “vintage” that is 20 years old or older. That means, try not to die of shock here, that everything up to 2003 is now eligible for a Vintage Dinosaur Art review. Them’s the breaks. A whole new millennium is opening up for us! Now, when I think of what dinosaur books look like in the 21st century, I mostly think…

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Heterodontosaurus illustration by Dammir G. Martin

This Mesozoic Month: January 2020

This Mesozoic Month

A new decade begins, and once more we’ll wrap up the past month in Mesozoic news. In the News A non-pterodactyloid pterosaur trackway was discovered and hit the scientific press this month, an important new insight into their locomotion on the ground. Possibly made by a rhamphorynchid, it indicates that these little aerial archosaurs were perfectly capable walkers, thank you very much. There is a gorgeous piece of Mark Witton paleoart to accompany the paper, as well. New 'holy-grail' pterosaur…

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This Mesozoic Month: July 2018

This Mesozoic Month

And there goes July of 2018. Some good fun with sauropods and ankylosaurs this month, friends! Let’s dive in. In the News Only one more day to get in those submissions for the “Picturing the Past” paleoart exhibition at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science! Instructions here; check out my post here at LITC for a quick read. We’ve got a beautiful new Laramidian ankylosaurid to check out: Akainacephalus johnsoni. The paper, published in PeerJ, describes a…

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