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Nima: I found this written summary very helpful. ...

2016-04-12T07:49:03.704-07:00

Nima: I found this written summary very helpful. I am researching / writing a world history myself, and it's difficult to find good clear accounts of Mesozoic non-dinosaur evolution outside of monographs. I will post my account of this time period this summer as Chapter 8, which stands for 10^8, or 100,000,000 years ago. I mostly use images from public domain or Creative Commons. Let me know if you have any favorite images of creatures that were closely related to human ancestors. I am especially interested in basal examples of pelycosaurs, therapsids, cynodonts, mammals, theria, primates, and simians.



kool now convicing them to let me out there to kil...

2012-05-26T21:33:00.896-07:00

kool now convicing them to let me out there to kill one. i'm imogii i know i win



My son has not outgrown his love of dinosaurs and ...

2012-03-15T16:42:55.827-07:00

My son has not outgrown his love of dinosaurs and has started drawing them and making up his own versions. He can't get enough of dinosaurs and I've been struggling to find content that isn't just for toddlers or adults. There doesn't seem to be a lot for the preteen and teen years (he's 11yrs old). He was fascinated with your art and really enjoys what you have up here so far. I hope you keep it up and keep posting!

Thanks!



Great site, keep up the great work!

2011-01-01T11:48:17.879-08:00

Great site, keep up the great work!



Hi, I'm an evolutionary biologist from Austr...

2010-05-04T21:06:50.914-07:00

Hi,

I'm an evolutionary biologist from Australia and I just wanted to say you're doing a beautiful job of communicating the evolution of these organisms to a general audience (something that most scientists struggle with).



Hey did you know that Estemmenosuchus was the firs...

2009-05-22T17:30:40.804-07:00

Hey did you know that Estemmenosuchus was the first animal to have a nose horn.



Yeah, I agree with you on that "neon purple" comme...

2009-05-16T21:01:00.000-07:00

Yeah, I agree with you on that "neon purple" comment. A little too "Barney-esque" for my taste. Yeesh! Anyway, can't wait to see what else you have in store. Hoping for a bit o color in more of your work. That Tarbosaurus is amazing.



Just thought I'd let you know that Estimmenosu...

2009-05-12T08:39:00.000-07:00

Just thought I'd let you know that Estimmenosuchus is featured on the cover of A Gallery Of Dinosaurs & Other Early Reptiles as well as in an interior piece. I also believe he had a rendering of Estemmenosuchus in his Strange Creatures book. You can find both of 'em used on Amazon or ABEbooks.