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Bravoceratops

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The new ceratopsian from Texas: [link]
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WToosey's avatar
Bravo on this colourful and accurate depiction of Bravoceratops! :D (Big Grin) 
NTamura's avatar
Excellent rendition. I discovered this dinosaur and your artwork is morphologically accurate.

S. Wick
NTamura's avatar
Thank you! It is based on your paper :)
JWArtwork's avatar
A very nice work, really. :) It's got great detail and I like the posture. :nod:
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Most deserved, my friend! :)
iherduleikdragonites's avatar
That name wins the internet. The drawing gives it ultimate power.
DinoBirdMan's avatar
Such a nice picture.
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TheRealMaestro's avatar
Love the quills :D
Who's it named for:?
NTamura's avatar
Thanks!
Who? No, it's what... it's named after the Mexican name of the Rio Grande (the Rio Bravo)...
Pristichampsus's avatar
Jonny Bravo :P

Do the monkey wit me, hoo! ha! :iconjonnybravoplz:
TheArchosaurQueen's avatar
:laughing:! I was thinking the same thing.
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NTamura's avatar
about 6 meters long...
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That's hard to say... Maybe 2-3 tonnes...
Carcharodontotitan's avatar
Hmm, I thought it was supposed to be one of the largest ceratopsians.
NTamura's avatar
Correction from the discoverer, S. Wick: length was probably more like 9-10 meters. Weight is of course difficult to estimate, maybe 6-8 tons?
Carcharodontotitan's avatar
OK, so it really was in the Triceratops size-range?
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