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Lo, the Mighty Serpopard–er, Sauropod

If a sauropod dinosaur skeleton was uncovered by ancient Egyptians, then their legend of the serpopard may have been based upon fact. Continue reading

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More Dinosaur Skin

With so many variations of feathers and scales among dinosaurs and birds, it’s clear that the author describing dinosaurs in fiction has a “free range” of possibilities to choose from. Continue reading

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Dinosaur skin — scaly or furry?

Whatever is the paleo-artist to do? Scaly dinosaurs? Furry ones? Feathery? All of the above? None of the above? Only time and a lot of fossil digging will tell, but I’m in favor of trying out a new concept now and then. Continue reading

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Presenting the Wooly Pachyrhinosaurus

Here’s the latest in dinosaur fashions: fur! Continue reading

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Saving Pachyrhinosaurus Published!

Happy reading. I guarantee you’ll never look upon dinosaurs as big sluggish stomping lizards again! Continue reading

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Those Crazy Crested Kra

Girl dinosaurs and boy dinosaurs used to be irresistibly attracted to members of the opposite sex who displayed the greatest fashion sense in cranial accessories. Continue reading

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More Brooding Dinosaurs

Let’s take a closer look at how wing feathers may have evolved for the purpose of brooding, as opposed to the purpose of flight. Continue reading

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My Influences: Turok

These comic book tales of two Indian youths lost in a great valley full of dinosaurs were a major source of my view of what’s important in a story. Continue reading

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Dinosaur Wars heat up

For those of you who read your books on Kindle, Amazon has just begun a special, limited time offer: Dinosaur Wars: Earthfall for FREE! Continue reading

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Dinotopia, it’s not

James Gurney and his utopian dinosaurs are known throughout the world and have a zillion fans. My Dinosaur Wars stories and I are not so famous. But I’m working hard on this last bit, and I could use your help. Continue reading

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