#Spectember is upon us!
And so the next Spec Challenge arrives!
Last time we explored Skull Island, now we follow the tracks of Prof. Challenger into The Lost World.
The lost world, in the book knows as Maple-White Land is a large, isolated plateau, a tepui. It is suited near the three nation triangle of Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana and yes, it is home to some remarkable flora and fauna.
But hold your horses! Like with Skull island you will not find here the non-avian dinosaurs you seek, Challenger was a bloody adventurer, don't trust everything you read *! However even for tepui standards the Maple-White Land has a lot of strange and archaic creatures that you might mistake for some retro dinosaurs on first sight.
In case you aren't familiar with tepuis I put together a bunch of papers and photos that will show you the wonders of the flora fauna and landscape.
And I found this book online that you can complete
Kaijiangosaurus: Acording to Carrano, 2012 it is valid and the holotype is classified as indeterminate Orionides. The second specimen can't be refereed to Kaijiangosaurus, so use only the holotype.
Kakuru: Suggested to be a Oviraptor, a Ceratosaur and even a Tyrannosauroid. We don't know what it is and it is fragmentary, it is not dubious but since it is basically Theropoda indet. I think you should skip it.