The Aguja Formation: Texas 77 Ma by adorety ()
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Welcome to Texas where, as they say, everything is bigger, especially the Alligators. A 35 feet long Deinosuchus surprises an Agujaceratops as it comes to the water for a drink. This startles and spooks a couple other Agujaceratops nearby. Deinosuchus was very similar to modern alligators, though obviously much larger. Agujaceratops is estimated at 19-20 feet long, because a lack of complete finds makes a positive length hard to figure out.
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Image Comments (12)
eekdog () 8:20PM | Thu, 06 September 2018
Great to see your jurassic series again Arthur, it takes us back in time. Doomsday for that one.
Bothellite () 8:27PM | Thu, 06 September 2018
Hey, that's VERY cool. I love making water and that's tops. I'll bet that dog can bear down! And thanks for a the views too!
rhol_figament () 8:41PM | Thu, 06 September 2018
Ya, looks about the same, lol. You always empress with your prehistoric forest work, some of the best!
T.Rex () 11:36AM | Fri, 07 September 2018
Ah, a ceratopsian like on Robert Bakker's book cover on dino heresies! Cool!
RodS () 6:21PM | Fri, 07 September 2018
Not a terribly good surprise for this fellow! A fantastic render of this scene from long, long ago, Art! Good to see your amazing prehistoric artwork again!
crowbar () 3:16AM | Thu, 20 September 2018
really well composed, especially the water droplets around the alligator. The complexity of all the background plants must have taken some setting up!