Oh, and another status update. Works incoming!
Carnotaurus remake is going along smoothly, now with more accurately-scaled...well.... scales. And anatomy too.
My research into Spinosauroid anatomy has been... surprisingly successful... expect a ...
Megalodon has finally been properly updated (on all 3 charts about it). I'd particularly like to draw your attention to the "No Really, how big was Megalodon?" chart, which now included the latest Shimada (2019) size estimates- which are well worth r ...
As some of you may know, a new scientific study by Kenshu Shimada has been released that offers a different (and also robust) method for estimating Megalodon's total body length to Leder et al.
This method involves measuring the crown height (of the outermost front teeth of the upper jaw), which is accurate at measuring Great White Sharks, resulting in estimates of larger specimens at about 15.3 meters maximum, with the possibility of some rare individuals exceeding these measurements. Note that Shimada specifically selected Great Whites, aware they were not relatives of Megalodon at all, but simply the most ecologically similar and most like