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Liopleurodon

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Liopleurodon (most probably L. ferox) based on famous skeletal drawing of Tarlo (1958).
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FireNationDeviantStudent General Artist
Sweet Liopleurodon!
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tomasfourhornsHobbyist General Artist
What a...magical...creature! To make a bad pun.
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OMG, this is so beautiful!
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BlackoutSMHobbyist General Artist
amazing! I'm curious, what do you use to draw and color your pictures? Where do you get the skeletals for the animals (specially the amphibians and synapsids)?
Keep up the good work.
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Just a heads up L. ferox did not have a tail fluke.
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PrimevalRaptorHobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I`m not sure wether there are evidence for/against this directly on Liopleurodon, but I think there was some evidence on Cryptoclidus, so Liopleurodon might have had this fin-like appendage, too.
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JWArtworkHobbyist Digital Artist
What evidence was there in Cryptoclidus, then:?
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PrimevalRaptorHobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, I am not sure, if it really was Cryptoclidus, but I think there was a Plesiosaur fossil, with a tail fluke.
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JWArtworkHobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm, sound unfamiliar to me... :o Do you have a link or a picture:?
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PrimevalRaptorHobbyist Digital Artist
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Well, you can read something in this article, maybe I`ll find a pic later.
masonday's avatar
COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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