Tarbosaurus bataar by Dinoraul ()
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Image Comments (13)
T.Rex () 6:49AM | Sat, 20 June 2015
Another beauty of a beastie! Thanks a lot! The only thing I can't understand is "feathers" - these dinos can't fly, so what purpose feathers? Fur is more likely. I just can't figure who is behind the feathers deal. BUT, feathers can have a LOT of different colors, as you've expressed here, so there may be a redeeming value with them! Keep up the good work! Love your images! :-) PS - keep away from the "You're a sick World" themepark. I got really badly beat up by their new Thing-a-majig-a-saurus! :)
adorety () 2:16PM | Sun, 21 June 2015
Yeah! He/she looks proud and glorious. Great scene. Love the dino, of course, and I really like the stepped terrain.
Kinchie () 3:03AM | Tue, 23 June 2015
Glorious scene and spectacular dino. Wonderful realization - like being there but without the risk of becoming someone's breakfast. Heres a nice link re. more feathered dino finds: https://theconversation.com/feathered-dinosaur-death-site-revealed-as-animal-pompeii-22803
kamion () 3:37PM | Tue, 23 June 2015
great beaty again, Dinoraul he went straight into the basket. @ T,Rex Even one of the oldest scientist on Dino's; Thomas Huxley, after realising how birdlike Dino's were wondered if the were feathered, it was about 150 years later that proof of feathered dino's emerged in China. the first purpose of feathers was isolation, the second display and the last was flight. In about ten years we don't know better, just as 20 years ago we had to adapt that Dino's were fast and agile in stead of slow and stupid.