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Rhino Rampage by WDGHK Rhino Rampage :iconwdghk:WDGHK 72 11 Dangerous Waters by WDGHK Dangerous Waters :iconwdghk:WDGHK 55 14 Pterosaur Pics by WDGHK Pterosaur Pics :iconwdghk:WDGHK 29 3 Jurassic Park Creatures by WDGHK Jurassic Park Creatures :iconwdghk:WDGHK 30 4 Giganotosaurus by WDGHK Giganotosaurus :iconwdghk:WDGHK 26 9 Another Beached Banquet by WDGHK Another Beached Banquet :iconwdghk:WDGHK 63 20 Fishing for Pseudo-Crocodiles by WDGHK Fishing for Pseudo-Crocodiles :iconwdghk:WDGHK 63 5 More Illiterate Stupidity by WDGHK More Illiterate Stupidity :iconwdghk:WDGHK 12 70 Oh Shit! by WDGHK Oh Shit! :iconwdghk:WDGHK 5 55 Most Childish Hate Comment I Ever Got by WDGHK Most Childish Hate Comment I Ever Got :iconwdghk:WDGHK 4 9 Story As Old As Time: Fanboy Turned Hater by WDGHK Story As Old As Time: Fanboy Turned Hater :iconwdghk:WDGHK 7 216 Bad Dogs by WDGHK Bad Dogs :iconwdghk:WDGHK 60 46 Terror of the Deep: The Lightning Claw by WDGHK Terror of the Deep: The Lightning Claw :iconwdghk:WDGHK 29 4 Terror of the Deep: Queensland Killer by WDGHK Terror of the Deep: Queensland Killer :iconwdghk:WDGHK 46 2 Morning at Dinosaur Cove by WDGHK Morning at Dinosaur Cove :iconwdghk:WDGHK 64 4 Scimitar Cat and Giant Hyena by WDGHK Scimitar Cat and Giant Hyena :iconwdghk:WDGHK 80 3

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Draw Dinovember day 12 ~ Archaeopteryx by Pterosaur-Freak Draw Dinovember day 12 ~ Archaeopteryx :iconpterosaur-freak:Pterosaur-Freak 155 31 Hatzegopteryx by PrehistoryByLiam Hatzegopteryx :iconprehistorybyliam:PrehistoryByLiam 391 97 Where the sky comes down by Hyrotrioskjan Where the sky comes down :iconhyrotrioskjan:Hyrotrioskjan 1,010 72 Saw Jaws and Scissor Faces by TrollMans Saw Jaws and Scissor Faces :icontrollmans:TrollMans 149 11 Thylacosmilus by Gredinia Thylacosmilus :icongredinia:Gredinia 85 11 Cretaceous Crotchshot by BangBooDoragon Cretaceous Crotchshot :iconbangboodoragon:BangBooDoragon 67 9 Extra-04--Amazing Friends and Allies by Green-Mamba Extra-04--Amazing Friends and Allies :icongreen-mamba:Green-Mamba 192 21 Spider-Man Vs. #3 by theintrovert Spider-Man Vs. #3 :icontheintrovert:theintrovert 41 1 New Avengers by Autumn-Sacura New Avengers :iconautumn-sacura:Autumn-Sacura 610 105 Thanos Courting Death by HodariNundu Thanos Courting Death :iconhodarinundu:HodariNundu 250 54 Arambourgiania by PrehistoryByLiam Arambourgiania :iconprehistorybyliam:PrehistoryByLiam 226 39 New Avengers by Apollorising New Avengers :iconapollorising:Apollorising 106 17 Black Panther VS Skrulls by Apollorising Black Panther VS Skrulls :iconapollorising:Apollorising 40 6 AVENGERS Old School by Apollorising AVENGERS Old School :iconapollorising:Apollorising 147 26 Whale [Inktober 2018-Day 12] by Thyladactyl Whale [Inktober 2018-Day 12] :iconthyladactyl:Thyladactyl 37 1 Beachcombers by Dontknowwhattodraw94 Beachcombers :icondontknowwhattodraw94:Dontknowwhattodraw94 300 81

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Rhino Rampage
A woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) chasing away cave lions (Panthera spelaea), France, 50,000 years ago.

The woolly rhino was one of the biggest and most iconic animals of the Pleistocene mammoth steppe. Around the same size as the white rhino, but with a much more impressive horn, this hairy giant is known from not only fossil bones but also from numerous remarkable cave portraits (most notably from the Chauvet Cave) and a few nearly complete mummified specimens (some which even retained patches of fur and fully intact horns).
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I found this video featuring pretty much all the so-called "livng thylacine" footage floating around the internet. The narration is in Spanish but the footage shown in the video tells you everything you need to know. Hell, if you don't speak Spanish you will probably save yourself a migraine.    

Here's my response to the video. Short and simple:  

Yyyy by WDGHK
Dangerous Waters
While swimming between isles a Juratyrant langham, an early tyrannosauroid (6 m), gets dragged under by a huge sea reptile, the largest of the metriorhynchid sea crocodiles, Plesiosuchus manselii (6.5 m), southern England, 149 mya.

Note that no skull remains of Juratyrant have so far been found, the crest is pure speculation based on earlier protoceratosaurs, which Juratyrant may or may not be a member of.

Both animals were part of the rich and diverse fauna of Kimmeridge Clay, fossil beds that have yielded various fossil animals dating back to 155-148 mya, from both the air (pterosaurs), the land (dinosaurs) and most of all, the sea, from ichthyosaurs to sea crocodiles to various types of plesiosaurs.  
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I just found out how this random guy: www.deviantart.com/lediblock3/… has been posting some of my drawings on his channel, and from the look of it he also stole art from other people as well, cuz if his literate skills are anything to go by there ain't no way he could draw anything more elaborate than the scribbles of Philip2001.

Even his name and profile picture appear to have been stolen from someone else.

Why is he doing that? I have no clue. Given what I have seen he`s either another adolescent assburger (he`s watching Liopurodon4x after all) fiddling around the internet with no rhyme or reason or yet another clueless troll who doesn't even grasp the basic concept of trolling, or maybe both.

Please be a good samaritan and report this weasel.
Pterosaur Pics
Ludodactylus and Harpactognathus, scribbled without any references. 
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I found this video featuring pretty much all the so-called "livng thylacine" footage floating around the internet. The narration is in Spanish but the footage shown in the video tells you everything you need to know. Hell, if you don't speak Spanish you will probably save yourself a migraine.    

Here's my response to the video. Short and simple:  

Yyyy by WDGHK

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D.Jovanović
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Montenegro
Not much you need to know other than that I`m one guy with a strong affinity for both natural science and visual media, mainly television and movies, preferably of the animated variety, and I post content related to it.

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BaryMiner Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Hey I found this guy and I thought of you, cause it seems like the kind of person you'd have a field day with.
www.deviantart.com/jpguchiha
He's done everything from claiming Saurian's rex is inaccurate to calling criticizers of his points "Muslim apologists"
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JPGuchiha Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You slanderous little fuck. 
The Saurian Rex IS inaccurate and I've only called TWO people Muslim apologists. 
And those two people were in fact Muslim apologists. 
You should be ashamed of yourself for slandering someone in public.

BTW what is your really name. Since you think your man enough to talk shit about someone in public you should be strong enough to state your name.

Let's find out.
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BaryMiner Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student Traditional Artist
How is it slander if you actually did say both of those things? You just said right now that you do think the Saurian rex is inaccurate, and that you have called someone a Muslim apologist. Considering that the definition of slander is a false accusation about something you said, I don't think what I said counts. 

My name is Michael Meyer. Its on my page, if you had simply checked yourself, but I don't see how that is relevant. 
And if you put your thoughts out there without giving any evidence while simultaneously being super disrespectful to anyone who simply doubts you, people are gonna talk shit. Thats how it be, you just got to deal with it.

And the Saurian rex is NOT inaccurate. It is the single most accurate Tyrannosaurus ever reconstructed, with hundreds, thousands of hours of research put into it and the input of many paleontologists. 
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JPGuchiha Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's slander because you said that call of my critic's Muslim Apologists when reality I've had at least 50 critics and I've only called 2 of the Muslim apologists. So yes. What you said was indeed a a false accusation of what I said.

I would've looked at your page if I cared about you enough. But at least now I now what you call you. And asking for names is completely natural.  It shows weather or not you're strong enough to stand by your words. By all means talk shit about me. Just sign your name to it.

"And the Saurian rex is NOT inaccurate. It is the single most accurate Tyrannosaurus ever reconstructed, with hundreds, thousands of hours of research put into it and the input of many paleontologists. "

LOL oh god. Do I even need you comment on on how dumb that is? I will admit that it's a big improvement over their last feathered abortion of a T. rex but this new one's head is far from perfect.
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SpongeGuy11 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist
Can I ask you something man?
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