Category Archives: Dromaeosauridae

Theropd Thursday 18 is from the Big Apple

I’m glad to report that I have converted dinosaurpalaeo reader and AMNH fossil explainer Steve Cohen to the use of hugin. Here’s the famous jumping Deinonychus mount in a panorama created by Steve. He’s gotten really good at handling the … Continue reading

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Theropod Thursday 8: Bambi!

Ok, ok, Bambiraptor. I took this picture at the Museum of Ancient Life at Thanksgiving Point. EDIT: THIS is Bambiraptor: I accidentally named the following photo Bambiraptor when I edited it for the blog, it shows a different skeleton! Check … Continue reading

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Theropod Thursday 4: left hanging in the air

Today, I’ll show you one of the coolest mounts of a theropod I have ever seen. The poor guy has been left hanging in the air a bit (and now I expect most of you already know what’s below the … Continue reading

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