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Brachylophosaurus canadiensis

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The very well known hadrosaur Brachylophosaurus. Remains from several individuals have been extremely well preserved. Possibly the most well preserved mesozoic dinosaur fossil discovered thus so far. It even holds its own Guinness World Record for it.

I've been meaning to draw this since '05. But I could never find the right high to draw it with.
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Looks so much better than the reconstructions in the news...they were so boring...
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THEY WERE BOOOOOOOOOOOOOORING!
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Yeah, that about describes it.
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At least they weren't as taxonomically convoluted as kritosaurus and gryposaurus and everything that looks like them. EErgh. Actually, they are a part of this taxonomic debacle. But I say they are different. Very different.
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