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Proterogyrinus by NTamura Proterogyrinus by NTamura
Proterogyrinus scheelei, a 1 meter or so long anthracosaur from the Upper carboniferous of West Virginia.
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ACPre Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2015
My favourite Carboniferous Ambhibian :)
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NTamura Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2015
:)
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TheRealMaestro Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Either that's a giant boulder or this is a juvenile anthracosaur ^^;

(By the way, why is the group called 'coal lizards'? Does it just refer to their inhabiting the Carboniferous coal-swamps?)
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NTamura Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
I think it's because their fossils were found in coal mines... and yes, that's a big boulder or a small anthracosaur.
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Ryivhnn Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2010   Digital Artist
It's so cute! It can be an indoor guard lizard in the unlikely event any would-be thieves get past the outdoor guard lizards I'm already lining up ;)
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NTamura Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
very true...
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