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Bobby Rico

Incredible fossils and this post has  also made me realise I need to get myself off to a museum . 

 

Thank for for sharing 

 

cheers Bobby 

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caldigger

Megh, i have tons of these in my backyard. I let the neighborhood kids play on them and take whatever they want.  

A fantastic array of species, thanks fo the post.

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oldtimer

Thanks for sharing.  My hope is one day I will find something similar.

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HamptonsDoc

:drool:

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Nimravis

Nice stuff-

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JohnBrewer

Fantastic!

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Haravex
8 hours ago, caldigger said:

Megh, i have tons of these in my backyard. I let the neighborhood kids play on them and take whatever they want.  

A fantastic array of species, thanks fo the post.

Can i come live in your backyard please? Anyway nice selection of species my favorite from the lot has to be armargsaurus absolutely spectacular (words of john hammond haha)

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Troodon

Appreciate everyone's comments and I'm with Haravex need to live in caldiggers backyard.

 

I do plan on continuing this every Friday, well as long as I have something interesting to post

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JohnBrewer
10 minutes ago, Troodon said:

Appreciate everyone's comments and I'm with Haravex need to live in caldiggers backyard.

 

I do plan on continuing this every Friday, well as long as I have something interesting to post

Can I live in your mates backyard please Frank?

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caldigger

To be honest, the only thing to be found in my backyard is dirt. Dinos are somewhat of a rarity in Calif.

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Troodon
6 minutes ago, JohnBrewer said:

Can I live in your mates backyard please Frank?

here in southern arizona we have lots of rocks, dirt and those prickly plants

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JohnBrewer
1 minute ago, caldigger said:

 

To be honest, the only thing to be found in my backyard is dirt

 

And a pea crab mine!

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caldigger
3 minutes ago, JohnBrewer said:

And a pea crab mine!

Which is currently under water.

There are some advantages to a drought.

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Sagebrush Steve
1 hour ago, caldigger said:

To be honest, the only thing to be found in my backyard is dirt. Dinos are somewhat of a rarity in Calif.

Or fossils of any kind in my part of California.  But as long as @Troodon keeps up with the Friday posts I can get my thrills vicariously. :fingerscrossed:

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Bobby Rico

I am loving the feature Fossil Friday . Panoplosaurus  mirus is an amazing specimen and really great to see it from different angles . Some scary creatures indeed.

 

thanks for sharing

 

 

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RJB

Some really neat stuff here!

 

RB

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Tidgy's Dad

I particularly love the Microraptor. :)

I wonder if i'm really, really good Santa will oblige......................... 

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oldtimer

Thanks for sharing.  I really like the microraptor.  The others are fantastic too.  This thread makes my Fridays very happy.

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Tidgy's Dad
On 12/15/2017 at 8:30 AM, Troodon said:

I got a sneak peak at Santa's sled and I wonder who's house that Microraptor will be dropped off at???

Me! Me! Me !

i've been good, here's my halo to prove it! 

 Image result for halo

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Sagebrush Steve
On 12/15/2017 at 10:45 AM, oldtimer said:

Here is my submission for today.  I am not sure what these are but saw them in a Museum in Fruita Colorado this past fall.

Very nice!  Looks like it is their local dinosaur Fruitadens, named after their locality: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fruitadens

 

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