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2008 in Paleontology by NTamura 2008 in Paleontology by NTamura
2008 was a good year in paleontology! Here is a compilation of some of the most important paleontological discoveries of this soon to be ending year. The selection includes the tiniest pterosaur, a paleozoic fish mom, the strangest feathered theropod, the largest raptor, the biggest rodent and a giant dinosaur-eating frog. Happy New year folks! :)
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mencaoreh Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013
pretty illustration! warm and strong kontours! over the top class.
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NTamura Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013
Thank you!
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moondragonwings Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2010
Your profile doesn't say too much about you, do you dig? Do you paint from specimines or photos, surely you are a Pro! Paleontolgy student, professor, buff....

Say something!
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NTamura Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2010
No, not a pro at all. I don't have any credentials that's why there is nothing on my profile ;)
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moondragonwings Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2010
Then WOW!
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Halestorm32 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
The josephoartigasia monesi looks like a capybara! That's so cool!
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NTamura Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2010
Thank you! :)
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Halestorm32 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
you're welcome :D
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AkityMH Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
O_O How big is that frog?!
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NTamura Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2010
Images are not to scale...Beelzebufo was something like 40 cm in length so just a bit larger than today's goliath frog.
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