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Re: Gueragama sulamerica - A Lizard of the Cretaceous

You're welcome, Tom. I agree; that is a spectacular piece of artwork. The survival rate for lizards has been impressive. As we know, they survived through the
ctn47496
3:40 PM
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Re: Gueragama sulamerica - A Lizard of the Cretaceous

Thanks, Neal. Another interesting lizard species, and I love the painting of the prehistoric scene. Tom Tom & Ginger Johnson
Tom Johnson
7:11 AM
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Gueragama sulamerica - A Lizard of the Cretaceous

    This link has an illustration of Gueragama sulamerica. A news article by Jacqueline Howard is also
Neal Robbins
7:06 AM
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Cyclura cornuta - A Living Relative of Gueragama sulamerica

    These links have photos of Cyclura cornutahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cyclura_cornuta.JPG
Neal Robbins
7:02 AM
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Re: Sinornithomimus dongi - A Theropod Dinosaur of the Cretaceous

Thanks, Tom. Ornithomimids were very bird-like. As I mentioned in the post, there is some evidence which indicates that plant matter was included in the diet
Neal Robbins
Aug 26
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Re: Sinornithomimus dongi - A Theropod Dinosaur of the Cretaceous

Another nice post, Neal. The Cretaceous Period was interesting for the huge dinosaurs, as well as the rise of the birds. Tom Tom & Ginger Johnson
Tom Johnson
Aug 26
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Sinornithomimus dongi - A Theropod Dinosaur of the Cretaceous

               This link has an illustration of Sinornithomimus dongi.https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sinornithomimus.jpg     A
Neal Robbins
Aug 26
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Lepidus praecisio - A Theropod Dinosaur of the Triassic

           This link has an illustration of Lepidus praecisio.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lepidus_praecisio#/media/File:Lepidus_praecisio.jpg
Neal Robbins
Aug 24
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Opisthodontosaurus carrolli - A Captorhinid Reptile of the Permian

                This link has a piece of artwork that portrays members of the Captorhinidae
Neal Robbins
Aug 23
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Re: Sigynorum magnadivisus - An Arctocyonid Mammal of the Paleocene

You're welcome, Tom. I agree; that is a spectacular illustration. Arctocyonids did not make it past the Eocene. They are thought to have been omnivores. Those
ctn47496
Aug 23
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The Prehistoric Funnelbeaker Culture in Europe

                 These links have photos of artifacts of the Funnelbeaker
Neal Robbins
Aug 23
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Re: Sigynorum magnadivisus - An Arctocyonid Mammal of the Paleocene

Nice data on this species of mammals, Neal. A great illustration, too. Thanks for sharing. Tom Tom & Ginger Johnson https://www.facebook.com/tomginger.johnson
Tom Johnson
Aug 22
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Sigynorum magnadivisus - An Arctocyonid Mammal of the Paleocene

                This link has an illustration of Arctocyon It is closely related to Signyorum magnadivisus, since both are in the family
Neal Robbins
Aug 22
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Re: Pulanesaura eocollum - A Sauropod Dinosaur of the Jurassic

You're welcome, Tom. The excitement connected with learning about a new dinosaur is great. Those sauropods certainly lasted a long time, all the way from the
Neal Robbins
Aug 20
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Re: Pulanesaura eocollum - A Sauropod Dinosaur of the Jurassic

Thanks, Neal, it's always interesting to discover a new species, especially dinosaurs. The rain dinosaur sounds neat. Tom Tom & Ginger Johnson
Tom Johnson
Aug 20
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