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Abstraktum

 

Beautiful fossils :)

Always a joy seeing some super rare and most interessting fossils from you!

 

2 hours ago, Troodon said:

Acrocanthosaurus mount completed by the Black Hills Institute.  Heading to the Netherlands 

 

Do you have any info when and where this mount will be displayed in the Netherlands? Will it be permanently there? Thx! :) 

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Tidgy's Dad

Superb and interesting specimen's. 

It's good to have Dinosaur Friday back. 

On Saturday's. 

Thanks, Frank. :)

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Haravex

Fantastic as always however I want to bring up the possibility that psammorhynchus longipinnis was given what we now know about hadrosaurus supplementing their diet with shellfish, if this is not in fact its last meal. Again just bringing this possibility to the table for discussion. 

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Troodon
44 minutes ago, Abstraktum said:

Do you have any info when and where this mount will be displayed in the Netherlands? Will it be permanently there? Thx!

No idea, Pete Larsen just indicated Netherlands but these mounts are typically permanent and since they have limited space its probably already in transit 

 

10 minutes ago, Haravex said:

Fantastic as always however I want to bring up the possibility that psammorhynchus longipinnis was given what we now know about hadrosaurus supplementing their diet with shellfish, if this is not in fact its last meal. Again just bringing this possibility to the table for discussion. 

I think the sturgeon was not part of the diet or last meal just picked the wrong resting place to hangout...bad timing.

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Troodon
44 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Superb and interesting specimen's. 

It's good to have Dinosaur Friday back. 

On Saturday's. 

Thanks, Frank. :)

My pleasure 

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Bobby Rico
4 hours ago, Troodon said:

 

The theropod Coelophysis baur the State Fossil of New Mexico. This mass death assemblage depicts multiple individuals who died at the same time.  Thanks Guy Leahy. 

Thanks Frank very enjoyable, I think Coelophysis baur is just sublime . 
 

cheers Bobby 

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The Amateur Paleontologist

I've been away lately, but this is a nice thing to come back to :)

Thanks for bringing back Dinosaur Friday Saturday, @Troodon

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Pemphix

:thumbsu:

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jpc
13 hours ago, Haravex said:

Fantastic as always however I want to bring up the possibility that psammorhynchus longipinnis was given what we now know about hadrosaurus supplementing their diet with shellfish, if this is not in fact its last meal. Again just bringing this possibility to the table for discussion. 

I am intrigued.  I have never  heard this about shellfish.  do you have a source for this info?

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jpc
3 hours ago, Haravex said:

thanks.... My gut feeling s that they would have eaten them more by accident than actively.  

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JohnBrian

Great post Troodon! Thank you! :thumbsu: :thumbsu: :thumbsu:

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