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No more Demons and Dragon Kings? Pachycephalosaurus ontogeny

One of the most influential discoveries that has radically changed our understanding of dinosaurs and their world is the realization that dinosaurs often went through dramatic physical changes as they aged. It has been well known for some time that unlike modern birds, non-avian dinosaurs took several years to reach adult size and began breeding¬†before […]

Anatosaurus and the Name Game

One of the most frequently asked questions during Saurian’s development and Kickstarter campaign relates to Hell Creek’s resident “duck-billed” dinosaur (hadrosaurid), namely ‘where is it?’. This is a fair question; as the ever quotable RJ Palmer has noted, it’s absence is “like having the farm without the cow”. It might seem strange that we kept […]

Dakotaraptor steini: Ghost of the Floodplain Forest

“DAKOTARAPTOR! DAKOTARAPTOR! DAKOTARAPTOR! DAKOOOOOOTARAPTOR!” – Henry Meyers, October 29th, 2015 It’s understandable if you’re not quite as excited as Henry was when he found out about Dakotaraptor, but there is a lot to be excited about. For those of you who aren’t aware, Dakotaraptor steini is Hell Creek’s newly described, large-bodied dromaeosaur, representing a major […]

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