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Uintadraco

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Uintadraco is known from an partial skeleton found in the Uinta mountains. It's a 3 m long near relative of Unguladraco, shown by the hoofs and the third tooth which protrude from the lower jaw.
The Hoof-dragons were a successful family exclusive to the north american continent, only this two species are known but tracks and a few fragments suggest that there were some more.

Other Diploterna:

Unguladraco: [link]

Hamignathus: [link]
Diratherium: [link]


Edit: Have changed the contrast and color a bit
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TheDubstepAddictHobbyist Traditional Artist
Sieht aus wie ein angepisster, kurzgeschlagener spinosaurier
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I like his pelycosaur-like skull.
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HUBLERDONHobbyist General Artist
Awesome!
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He's like saying "WTF you say..."
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
It was more meant to be "hmmm... might I swallow it with one bite?" ;)
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Zireael07Hobbyist Writer
This is brilliant!
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thank you :bow:
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hmmm, 6 hörner auf dem kopf, dann der name- hattest du evtl uintatherium im sinn ? :D
Auf jeden fall wieder sehr schön gemacht :)
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Genau ;)
Das Tier wurde ebenfalls in den Uinta Mountains gefunden lebte aber ein paar Mio. Jahre später =)
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Spectacular light effect!
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thanks :bow:
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You're welcome :D
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I like how it looks very very derived, but somehow still retains a bit of varanid in it's appearance.
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thank you very much, that was the idea behind this design =)
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SolifugusHobbyist General Artist
I love the idea of ungulate dragons. Are there any flightless dragons?
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Just three species are known, and all belong to the Insuladraconidae: Spinolurus, Dinodactylus (extinct) and Brevibrachius (extinct).
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ZimicesHobbyist
Wonderful image! The profile of the skull and their age reminds me to the sebecids :)
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thank you =)
Sebecids weren't on my list but you are right the front part of the jaws was inspired by crocodiles
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ShinRedDearHobbyist Traditional Artist
Even more impressive than the previous one ! Love the perspective and the fine scaly details. Excellent work again ! :D
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thanks a lot :bow: :hug:
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ShinRedDearHobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome sir. :)
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WatcherInThePuddleHobbyist Traditional Artist
Too much epic!!
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
=D Thanks =D
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JWArtworkHobbyist Digital Artist
Your work is getting better and better! :nod: Very beautiful, this one! :)
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