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Now THAT's a proper dino-bird toe claw. I love it when people get it right, and I can say from pure experience, that it comes no more p...


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Ligma balz
Artist | Student | Digital Art
A big Jurassic Park fan as well as dreamwork's dragons, Godzilla, star wars/ trek and other movies. Inspired by hellraptor's deviations and of other jurassic park fans, I stick to dinosaurs. Heck, always have been from the start.

And I'm your best friend too. ;)


Dinovember day 14 - Chasmosaurus
Name: Chasmosaurus russeli
Diet: Herbivore
Range: USA
Time stage: Cretaceous Campanian
Description: Chasmosaurus (/ˌkæzmoʊˈsɔːrəs/ KAZ-mo-SAWR-əs) is a genus of ceratopsid dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous Period of North America. Its name means 'opening lizard', referring to the large openings (fenestrae) in its frill (Greek chasma meaning 'opening' or 'hollow' or 'gulf' and sauros meaning 'lizard'). With a length of 4.3–4.8 metres (14.1–15.7 ft) and a weight of 1.5–2 tonnes (1.7–2.2 short tons), Chasmosaurus was a ceratopsian of average size. Like all ceratopsians, it was purely herbivorous. It was initially to be called Protorosaurus, but this name had been previously published for another animal. All specimens of Chasmosaurus were collected from the Dinosaur Park Formation of the Dinosaur Provincial Park of Alberta, Canada. C. russelli comes from the lower beds of the formation while C. belli comes from middle and upper beds.

What we know: It had large round scales scattered across the body which were surrounded by smaller round scales.
Inaccuracies: shrinkwrapping of eye sockets, hooved feet
Hey y'all, if anyone of you is on discord, here's an awesome new Jurassic Park group that is growing real quick. It's pretty big and very active. If y'all wanna join:
Asian House Lizard
Wild gecko. The biggest I've ever seen, it was like 5-6 inches long. Hemidactylus frenatus
Dinovember day 13 - Lambeosaurus
Species: Lambeosaurus lambei
Etymology: Lambe's lizard
It is named after a person called "Lambe"
Classification: Ornithischia, ornithopoda, hadrosauria, lambeosaurinae
Diet: Herbivorous
Range: USA
Environment: low-relief setting of rivers and floodplains that became more swampy and influenced by marine conditions over time as the Western Interior Seaway transgressed westward.
Era: Mesozoic
Time period:
Stage: Campanian
Appearance: unknown. One thing is clear that it had a scaly covering.
Description: Lambeosaurus (/ˌlæmbioʊˈsɔːrəs/ LAM-bee-o-SAWR-əs; meaning "Lambe's lizard") is a genus of hadrosaurid dinosaur that lived about 75 million years ago, in the Late Cretaceous period (Campanian) of North America. This bipedal/quadrupedal, herbivorous dinosaur is known for its distinctive hollow cranial crest, which in the best-known species resembled a hatchet. Several possible species have been named, from Canada, the United States, and Mexico, but only the two Canadian species are currently recognized as valid.

Material relevant to the genus was first named by Lawrence Lambe in 1902. Over twenty years later, the modern name was coined in 1923 by William Parks, in honour of Lambe, based on better preserved specimens. The genus has a complicated taxonomic history, in part because small-bodied crested hadrosaurids now recognized as juveniles were once thought to belong to their own genera and species. Currently, the various skulls assigned to the type species L. lambei are interpreted as showing age differences and sexual dimorphism. Lambeosaurus was closely related to the better known Corythosaurus, which is found in slightly older rocks, as well as the less well-known genera Hypacrosaurus and Olorotitan. All had unusual crests, which are now generally assumed to have served social functions like noisemaking and recognition.

In the Picture: A male Lambeosaurus is getting into mating position with a female gryposaurus. Although of a completely different subfamily, they can mate, but they will not be able to produce hybrid offspring.
Just Some youtube videos:
sorry but this poor boio has never made any sorta appearance in pop-culture.

Now there are a few things I'd like to say here;

  1. Please do not refer to this as dino-porn. Seriously, not even as a joke please please :B because I genuinely meant this as Paleoart. I decided to do mating hadrosaurs because you don't see much of them in paleoart. Usually, it's just theropods.
  2. This is actually something that happens in real life, yes, animals of two completely different genera mating happens. For example, seals sometimes mate with penguins, yes, literally. They also end up killing them sometimes. But anyways, what I wanted to depict here was inter-species sex.
  3. Guess what I based the colorations on. I don't even know why I'm asking you people to guess the Lambeo though, as everyone knows where the colors and patterns come from, it's obvious. As for the grypo, I'm sure none of you know, and likely will never be able to tell, but hint hint, it starts from D and ends with an S and has a long neck. A certain reconstruction of this taxa is where the coloration comes from.
Note that these aren't all the creatures, but only the ones that I am going to be drawing. I left out a lot of creatures in this list because they were just modern animals. The only modern animals present are the ones that are supporting or main characters, like Buck, Crash and Eddie. Some species are also made-up apparently.

-Candeloros Formation
  • Saber-Toothed squirrel (This is actually a real species called cronopio)
Scrat Ice AgeScratte portal
-Epecuén Formation
  • Macrauchenia
  • Doedicurus
Macrauchenia2Glyptodon (8)Glyptodon (3)
-Paris Basin
  • Palaeotherium
-Mammoth steppes (some animals listed do not belong from mammoth steppes. Just need to encompass all Eurasian Pleistocene megafauna)
  • Woolly Mammoth
  • Neanderthal
  • Scimitar-toothed cat
  • Cave Bear(mentioned in the first movie but only as "bear". Appears in the game as well)
  • Irish Elk
  • Musk ox
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-La Brea
  • Megalonyx
  • Saber-toothed cat
  • Dire Wolf 
  • Horned Gopher
Sid SlothBrookeDiego4Shira Ice AgeDogHorned beaver
-Ulan Gochu
  • a gay Embolotherium
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-White River Formation
  • a gay Megacerops
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-Pierre Shale
  • Baptornis

-Messel pits
  • Gastornis (Diatryma ain't a thing anymore. It's been synonymized with Gastornis)
Diatryma (8)
-Kimmeridge clay
  • A Pliosaurus worthy of being called an abomination
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-Posidonia shale
  • An Icthyosaurus worthy of being called an atrocity

-Dinotherien-sande beds
  • Chalicotherium
-Hell Creek
  • Trex
  • Ankylosaurus
  • Pachycephalosaurus
  • Triceratops
  • Quetzalcoatlus
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  • Brachiosaurus
  • Harpactognathus
  • Generic Stegosaur (The rib cage that they use as an elevator is stegosaurian. It could be a wuherosaurus judging from the plate structure.)
Image result for brachiosaurus ice ageRoger (Ice Age 3)
  • Kentrosaurus
Game Kentrosaur
  • Iguanodon
  • Baryonyx
Image result for iguanodon ice ageRudy

-Dinosaur Park
  • Troodon
  • Dromaeosaurus
Game TroodonGavin
  • Urvogel
Flightless bird
  • Guanlong
-Australian Pleistocene Megafauna
  • Giant Short-faced kangaroo

  • Dodo
  • Weird transitional things (I'm just gonna assume that this isn't the evolutionary tree of a ground sloth and that the first thingy is a lone bacteria with organelles that look like eyes, or maybe it's a Chlamydomonas with primitive shade sensing eyes that resemble tetrapod eyes in appearance but not in morphology and anatomy, and the next thing is something like a pikaia, then there's a sort of prehistoric beaver or a primitive whale and the last one is either a chalicothere, or another ground sloth that just resembles sid.)
  • virginia opossums
  • Generic Mini-sloths (I'll just assume that they're Shasta ground sloths, as shasta ground sloths are the smallest of all ground sloths.)
  • Platybelodon
  • Least Weasel
  • gigantopithecus
  • Eohippus


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Liopurodon4x Featured By Owner 2 hours ago
ok sorry, thanks for unblocking me. I will not annoy you. 
animalman57 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
What do you think about this new info I found: while they had a hologram of Indominus showed the name Deinosuchus rugosus on its' teeth, showing that its' DNA was used for the number of teeth it has and the shape and serration of them. Also finally explains why the teeth are exposed like a crocodile.…
kingrexy Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Digital Artist
Oh yeah, I've seen that. Ferret man showed it to me on discord a few days ago. I'm starting to think that the croc skele we saw might be a young deinosuchus skele.

Welp, off to updating the list.
animalman57 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Cool. Can you make fanart on what a JP Deinosuchus might look like?
kingrexy Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Digital Artist
I'm very much required to, so obviously yes XD
ropen7789 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Idea: young pachycephalosaurus (dracorex), but it's a moray eel.
kingrexy Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Digital Artist
Rexfivenine Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2018
Thanks for the favorite!
Willy276 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2018
Have you ever heard of The Future Is Wild and Alien Planet?
kingrexy Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2018  Student Digital Artist
Yes. Saw en as a kid
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