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Impending Doom by HodariNundu Impending Doom :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 92 21 Ferinestrix vorax by HodariNundu Ferinestrix vorax :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 171 19 Diving with O. megalodon by HodariNundu Diving with O. megalodon :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 322 40 Hyena Bear Finds Dinner by HodariNundu Hyena Bear Finds Dinner :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 790 41 Diving with Stratodus by HodariNundu Diving with Stratodus :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 320 21 Diving with Xiphiorhynchus by HodariNundu Diving with Xiphiorhynchus :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 388 22 Diving with Sachicasaurus by HodariNundu Diving with Sachicasaurus :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 298 26 The Fish by HodariNundu The Fish :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 219 76 Panthera balamoides by HodariNundu Panthera balamoides :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 219 30 Sue, and her little pouch too by HodariNundu Sue, and her little pouch too :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 218 18 Pleistocene Camera Trap! Part 2 by HodariNundu Pleistocene Camera Trap! Part 2 :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 207 33 Pleistocene Camera Trap! by HodariNundu Pleistocene Camera Trap! :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 234 81 Pontolis by HodariNundu Pontolis :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 159 11 Acantholipan by HodariNundu Acantholipan :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 331 23 Anzu says hi by HodariNundu Anzu says hi :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 183 27 Triceratops by HodariNundu Triceratops :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 268 20
Here be dinosaurs.

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Dinovember Day 1 by Wyatt-Andrews-Art Dinovember Day 1 :iconwyatt-andrews-art:Wyatt-Andrews-Art 64 20 Spinosaurus aegyptiacus by Teratophoneus Spinosaurus aegyptiacus :iconteratophoneus:Teratophoneus 371 63 Meat Hooks by XenoTeeth3 Meat Hooks :iconxenoteeth3:XenoTeeth3 78 20 Bigger Jaws by XenoTeeth3 Bigger Jaws :iconxenoteeth3:XenoTeeth3 98 41 Jungle Beauty by Kamirah Jungle Beauty :iconkamirah:Kamirah 5,709 307 HodariNundus B-Day Spikey Boy by damouraptor HodariNundus B-Day Spikey Boy :icondamouraptor:damouraptor 91 25 NOT TODAY by DragonFistArtist900 NOT TODAY :icondragonfistartist900:DragonFistArtist900 24 10 King Arthur by nikogeyer King Arthur :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 580 16 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by nikogeyer The Adventures of Tom Sawyer :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 336 11 The Jungle Book by nikogeyer The Jungle Book :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 372 12 Alice in Wonderland by nikogeyer Alice in Wonderland :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 565 20 Treasure Island by nikogeyer Treasure Island :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 254 4 Peter Pan by nikogeyer Peter Pan :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 460 15 Journey to the Center of the Earth by nikogeyer Journey to the Center of the Earth :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 301 9 The Little Mermaid by nikogeyer The Little Mermaid :iconnikogeyer:nikogeyer 341 13 Candelarhynchus by Zimices Candelarhynchus :iconzimices:Zimices 57 4

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It is really rare for me to dream about dinosaurs considering how much time I spend doodling them or thinking about them. :B So every time I do dream them is memorable.

In this case, I was in this big house and we were being attacked by an Allosaurus and an Albertosaurus. The Allosaurus was slightly smaller than the Albertosaurus, but they were both huge; they were striking at the windows with their heads trying to break in, but apparently the windows were reinforced (someone had been expecting the attack maybe?). I couldn´t see the Albertosaurus very well because it was behind an opaque glass, so I could only see its (huge!) silhouette. The Allosaurus however I could see perfectly. It was very scary looking, and its snout was stained with blood, although I couldn´t tell if it was its own from striking at the window or if it had eaten someone earlier...

There were also apparently compsognathids hiding in the indoor shrubbery and I wasn´t so sure they wouldn´t try to eat us too so me and whoever I was with (yes I remember the dinosaurs but not who was with me XD) decided to climb up to the roof, where I thought we'd be safe. From the rooftop we saw a T. rex approach the house from the street. Apparently it was a full scale invasion by several kinds of giant theropods. 
Unfortunately, we weren´t alone on the roof. As it happens, there were white lions and tigers up there with us. I thought maybe they were hiding from the dinosaurs too, but they didn´t seem to be scared and soon it became obvious they were in hunting mode. I don´t remember what happened afterwards so maybe we got eaten, who knows :B
Impending Doom
Persiguiendo a un par de pequeños tiranosauroides por diversión, un colosal Siats no tiene idea de que muy pronto el reinado de los alosauroides terminará, y los pequeños predadores que huyen de él darán origen a los futuros amos de las planicies prehistóricas. 
Éste doodle está inspirado en el descubrimiento de un tiranosauroide de unos tres metros y medio de largo y un metro de alto a la cadera llamado Moros, en honor a la personificación de la perdición inminente en la mitología griega. Moros es fragmentario pero sus restos indican que era un animal rápido y ligero. Vivió en una epoca en que criaturas como el Siats (a quien ya había dibujado antes con aspecto pennywisiento Siats, Full Charge by HodariNundu), estaban en la cima de la pirámide trófica, hace unos 96 millones de años. 
Es muy, muy curioso, pero justo ayer leía sobre mitología griega y me preguntaba por qué no habría dinosaurios bautizados en honor a Moros... luego me fui a dormir y soñé tiranosaurios... y hoy me levanto en la mañana para enterarme de éste dinosaurio. ¿Qué rayos? :B 

As he chases a pair of little tyrannosauroids for fun, a colossal Siats has no idea that very soon, the reign of allosauroids will end, and the little predators fleeing from him will take over as the masters of the prehistoric plains. 
This doodle is inspired by the discovery of a three and a half meter long (one meter at the hip) tyrannosauroid in Utah, named Moros after the Greek embodiment of impending doom. Moros is fragmentary but the remains suggest a fast, light weight animal. It lived at a time in which creatures like Siats (which I had already drawn with this pennywisey appearance before  Siats, Full Charge by HodariNundu) sat at the top of the food chain, about 96 million years ago. 
It is very very strange, but I was actually reading about Greek mythology yesterday, and wondered why there were no dinosaurs named after Moros. Then I went to bed and dreamed about tyrannosaurs. And this morning I wake up to the news about this dinosaur! What the hell?
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Ferinestrix vorax
Ferinestrix vorax fue un mustélido prehistórico que recordaba a los actuales tejones y glotones, pero era bastante más grande; su esqueleto indica que además era mucho más fuerte y robusto, y que se alimentaba principalmente de carne. Cualquiera que sepa algo sobre sus parientes modernos podrá imaginarse lo temible que debe haber sido, y es probable que no tuviera reparos en robar las presas de perros rompehuesos y félidos dientes de sable, además de cazar sus propias presas.

Ferinestrix vorax was a prehistoric mustelid, reminiscent of modern day badgers and wolverines, except it was bigger; its skeleton shows it was also much stronger and more robust, and it fed mostly on meat; anyone who knows anything about its modern day relatives will be able to imagine how fearsome such a beast would be. It probably didn´t hesitate to steal the kills of bonecrusher dogs and sabertoothed cats as well as hunting its own prey. 
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Diving with O. megalodon
Encuentro con un Otodus megalodon (aka Carcharocles megalodon, aka Carcharodon megalodon, aka Megaselachus), que surca los mares acompañado por una cohorte de tiburones de puntas blancas océanicos, listos para aprovechar los restos de las presas del gigante, y ahorrando energía al nadar cerca del pez más grande. O. megalodon fue uno de los depredadores más formidables en la historia de la Tierra; de adulto era tan grande que la base de su dieta la constituían las ballenas. Ésta es una versión a color de un doodle de hace dos años. 

Encounter with an Otodus megalodon (aka Carcharocles megalodon, aka Carcharodon megalodon, aka Megaselachus), roaming the seas along with a cohort of oceanic whitetip sharks ready to take advantage of its scraps and also saving energy by swimming on the giant's wake. O. megalodon was one of the most formidable predators in Earth's history; as an adult it was so big its diet was based on whales. This is a colored version of a two year old doodle.

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What's with all the spamming lately? :/ 
Hyena Bear Finds Dinner
Un oso hiena reclama el cadáver parcial de un megalodonte; después de un largo recorrido por la costa en busca de alimento, el tiburón gigante le alimentará durante varios días... al menos hasta que otros osos hiena lleguen a disputárselo. 
Agriotherium es conocido como oso-hiena debido a sus poderosas mandíbulas trituradoras; tenía la mordedura más potente de cualquier Carnívoro terrestre estudiado hasta el momento. Además, era enorme; las mayores especies alcanzaban alrededor de 650 kilos. Se cree que era un oportunista, tanto predador como carroñero y cleptoparásito, y ciertamente más carnivoro que los osos modernos. 


A hyena bear claims the partial carcass of a megalodon; after a long walk down the coastline searching for food, the giant shark will finally provide a several day meal... as long as other hyena bears don´t take over. 
Agriotherium is known as hyena-bear due to its powerful bone-crushing jaws; it had the strongest bite of any land carnivoran studied thus far. Besides, it was huge; the largest species weighed up to 650 kg or more. It is thought to have been an opportunist; active predator, scavenger and kleptoparasite, and certainly more carnivorous than modern bears.
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Diving with Stratodus
Versión a color de un doodle del año pasado. Stratodus fue un pez de gran tamaño (hasta cinco metros) que habitaba los océanos de finales del Cretácico. Su aspecto combinaba caracteristicas de anguila y de esturión (la armadura), pero en realidad era pariente del lanzón o alepisaurio de nuestros días, un pez igualmente espectacular aunque de menos de la mitad del tamaño. Quizá la característica más única del Stratodus eran sus mandíbulas repletas de cientos de dientes pequeños y afilados como agujas que crecían prácticamente en todas direcciones y eran visibles aún cuando el animal cerraba la boca. Se supone que formaban una eficaz trampa para capturar presas pequeñas.
NOTA- Hasta la fecha no he visto una imagen de un Stratodus con la boca abierta, así que no estoy seguro de la correcta distribución de esos numerosos dientes; en algunas fuentes dicen que la mandíbula de arriba era la erizada, así que no estoy seguro de qué ocurría en la mandíbula de abajo. Bucktooth 

Colored version of a doodle from last year. Stratodus was a large fish (up to five meters) that roamed the oceans at the End of the Cretaceous. It looked sort of like a mix between an eel and a sturgeon (because of the armor) but was actually related to today's lancet fish, which are equally spectacular but less than half the size. Perhaps the most interesting characteristic is the hundreds and hundreds of needle-like teeth that covered its jaw, visible even when the animal closed it's mouth. They're supposed to have been a great trap for small prey.
NOTE- To this day I've never seen a picture of a Stratodus with it's mouth open, so I'm not entirely sure about the teeth' correct distribution. Some sources say the upper jaw was the toothy one so I'm not sure exactly what was going on in the lower jaw. Bucktooth 
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Diving with Xiphiorhynchus
Version a color de un doodle de hace dos años. Xiphiorhynchus rotundus fue un pez espada prehistorico que se distinguia del actual en que tanto su mandibula inferior como la superior estaba modificada en forma de espada, asi como su mayor tamaño. Mientras que los peces espada modernos usualmente rondan los tres metros (y ejemplares mas grandes son cada vez mas escasos), Xiphiorhynchus alcanzaba mas de cinco metros de longitud< los ejemplares mas grandes probablemente rivalizaban en tamaño con el tiburon blanco. Vivio en el Oligoceno hace unos 26 millones de años.


Colored version of a doodle from two years ago. Xiphiorhynchus rotundus was a prehistoric swordfish which difered from the modern form in that both its jaws were elongated and modified into swords, as well as its greater size. Whereas modern swordfish usually grow to around three meters (and bigger specimens are rarer and rarer each day), Xiphiorhynchus reached over five meters long, with the biggest specimens probably comparable to the great white shark in size. It lived in the Oligocene around 26 million years ago.
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Diving with Sachicasaurus
Sachicasaurus fue un pliosaurio gigante que vivió en el Cretácico temprano en lo que hoy es Colombia. Podía llegar a medir hasta 10 metros de longitud, siendo uno de los pliosaurios más grandes conocidos, y muy parecido al "Kronosaurus" boyacensis, tanto de hecho que ambos podían pertenecer al mismo género. 
Gracias a :iconbran-artworks: por dejarme saber de este bicho. :B

Sachicasaurus was a giant pliosaur that lived in what would one day become Colombia, during the early Cretaceous. It could grow up to 10 meters long being one of the biggest known pliosaurs, and very similar to "Kronosaurus" boyacensis, so much in fact that they may end up classified in the same genus.

Thanks to :iconbran-artworks: for letting me know about this critter :B
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Roses are red
my cat's name is Blue;
I named him after a raptor
and now he wants to eat me too. :(
It is really rare for me to dream about dinosaurs considering how much time I spend doodling them or thinking about them. :B So every time I do dream them is memorable.

In this case, I was in this big house and we were being attacked by an Allosaurus and an Albertosaurus. The Allosaurus was slightly smaller than the Albertosaurus, but they were both huge; they were striking at the windows with their heads trying to break in, but apparently the windows were reinforced (someone had been expecting the attack maybe?). I couldn´t see the Albertosaurus very well because it was behind an opaque glass, so I could only see its (huge!) silhouette. The Allosaurus however I could see perfectly. It was very scary looking, and its snout was stained with blood, although I couldn´t tell if it was its own from striking at the window or if it had eaten someone earlier...

There were also apparently compsognathids hiding in the indoor shrubbery and I wasn´t so sure they wouldn´t try to eat us too so me and whoever I was with (yes I remember the dinosaurs but not who was with me XD) decided to climb up to the roof, where I thought we'd be safe. From the rooftop we saw a T. rex approach the house from the street. Apparently it was a full scale invasion by several kinds of giant theropods. 
Unfortunately, we weren´t alone on the roof. As it happens, there were white lions and tigers up there with us. I thought maybe they were hiding from the dinosaurs too, but they didn´t seem to be scared and soon it became obvious they were in hunting mode. I don´t remember what happened afterwards so maybe we got eaten, who knows :B

Which of the following sounds most like Hell for you? 

15%
38 deviants said A place of eternal solitude
14%
35 deviants said A place of unsufferable heat every hour of day and night
12%
31 deviants said A place in which you relive your most embarrassing moment ever all day every day
11%
27 deviants said A place in which there's always a crowd around you
10%
25 deviants said A place that constantly stinks of rotting flesh, garbage, excrement etc
10%
24 deviants said A place crawling with countless cockroaches, flies, maggots etc
8%
21 deviants said A small room where you will live forever with the person you most despise
8%
19 deviants said A place of eternal silence
6%
16 deviants said A place of constant noise
5%
13 deviants said A place of unsufferable cold every day of every season

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:iconstormourner:
Stormourner Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2019
have you ever seen a swimming bat? www.youtube.com/watch?v=62T-Ht… :3
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2019   General Artist
Yes I have! :) 
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:iconstormourner:
Stormourner Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2019
I wish there was aquatic bats X3
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PerfectChaos22 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2019  Hobbyist Artist
Probably gonna block me for this

youtu.be/HSK3WvIPtBs
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2019   General Artist
I remember seeing it a while ago
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PerfectChaos22 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2019  Hobbyist Artist
Kinda disappointed that robot wasn't like MechaGodzilla with Donald Trumps head on it

I feel cheated
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bigfootRULES Featured By Owner Edited Jan 31, 2019  Student Writer
are you familiar with this book series?

i.imgur.com/FCSlsek.jpg

the premise of the books are interesting.

Sixty-five million years ago, aliens transplanted Earth's dinosaurs to another world. Now, intelligent saurians evolved from Nanotyranus -- the Quintaglio -- have emerged.

it deals with Science vs Religion.
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HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2019   General Artist
No, I never heard of it
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bigfootRULES Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2019  Student Writer
You should read it. I heard Don Bluth was going to make a film based on those books.
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:iconhodarinundu:
HodariNundu Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2019   General Artist
Is he still working?
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