antediluvianechoes: “ Oviraptor, Sammy Hill He was eighteen years old. He had raised almost as many broods, watched them grow and become mothers and fathers themselves. He was clam-fisher and crab-catcher, nest-builder and egg-keeper. He’d faced.
Whalevolution Month #03 – Pakicetus Pakicetus inhabited northern Pakistan around 50-48 million years ago, and may have reached up to 2m in length (6′6″). It had upwards-facing eye sockets on the top of its head similar to those of crocodiles, suggesting it might have hunted in the same sort of way – waiting in water almost completely submerged in order to ambush prey.
prehistoric-birds: “ tiffanyillustration: “ Dinovember No.in continuing with my trend of dinosaurs starting with P facing to the left) A bull Parasaurolophus plays with a group of Troodontids! ” Nice to see hadrosaurs and deinonychosaurs.