Tag Archives: Spinosaurs

The Good, the Bad and the Spinosaurus

So, after about a year I figured I’d get around to completing this. Truth was, I got distracted by other research, personal stuff, and little motivation to work on the project I was doing this is connected to. Namely, I … Continue reading

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For A Few Spinosaurus More

As I intimated earlier — and to quote Monty Python — the holotype of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus has ceased to be.

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A Fistful of Spinosaurus

When I offered my hint at what Spinosaurus aegyptiacus looked like, here, I did so omitting newer material that had been recovered since the early 1900’s when the holotype was first recovered and described. My preference at the time was … Continue reading

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Spinosaurus – a Hint

So last year, I illustrated a series of vertebrae into a novel arrangement, using a variety of cues to inform my decision. Note that this was done in order peek at a topic I’ve been hashing around in regards to … Continue reading

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