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Dinosaur concepts: Tyrant King of the Reptiles V2 :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 24 4 Seas of the Past: Sea Emperor of Paracas :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 16 7 Seas of The Past: Andean Biting Reptile :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 27 5 Composition: Giant of the Bamboo Forest. :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 11 3 Megafauna:Davidson Black's Giant Ape :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 12 0 Dinosaur Concepts: Frightful Reptile :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 29 4 Therapsida: Chiniquodon brasiliensis :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 21 2 Composition: King of the Seaway. :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 12 5 Seas of the Past: The Knobbed Lizard returns. :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 19 2 Dinosaur Concepts: Thunder god of runaway slaves. :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 38 8 Therapsida: Dinodontosaurus turpior :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 20 0 Other creatures: Hyperodapedon mariensis :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 31 3 Therapsida: Inostrancevia latifrons :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 29 9 Therapsida: Vivaxosaurus trautscholdi :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 27 4 Therapsida: Megawhaitsia patrichae :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 28 16 Therapsida: Doliosauriscus adamanteus :iconaustroraptor:Austroraptor 32 10


Tetrapods of Niobrara Formation :iconkana-hebi:Kana-hebi 195 63 Barbosania :iconvitor-silva:Vitor-Silva 101 10 Hydra :iconarvalis:arvalis 3,332 180 Inostrancevia :iconraph04art:Raph04art 593 60 Tyrannosaurus Rex Head :iconraph04art:Raph04art 509 30 Were-owl :iconraph04art:Raph04art 357 10 Tiger Fighter :iconraph04art:Raph04art 354 15 Endor slaughter :iconraph04art:Raph04art 510 36 Lythronax Argestes A :iconraph04art:Raph04art 493 22 Yutyrannus Huali :iconraph04art:Raph04art 465 23 Spinosaurus A :iconraph04art:Raph04art 463 23 Spinosaurus concept sketches :iconraph04art:Raph04art 329 41 Tyrannosaurus rex :iconraph04art:Raph04art 800 52 T Wrecks..... again :iconraph04art:Raph04art 628 35 Pachyrhinosaurus speculative coat :iconraph04art:Raph04art 640 24 Spinosaurus :iconpaleop:Paleop 155 48


Seas of the Past: Sea Emperor of Paracas
Inkayacu paracasensis is a very notable species of giant penguin, not only for its magnificent size (Since in that regard, it's surpassed by the even larger Anthropornis), reaching over 1.5 meters tall, but for the fact that it is one of the very few extinct penguins of which we have (partial) evidence of their true coloration of and surprise, it looked very different from any modern penguins. 
 Unlike it's modern relatives, who all garb themselves in their characteristic black and white "Smoking" patterns, Incayaku shows evidence of being primarily Grey with Ruddy Brown undersides, indicating that not all extinct penguins followed the "Black and White" pattern rule. 

Incayaku lived in what would one day be the southern coast of Peru during the late Eocene, long before the andes had risen and when the region looked more like a sunny tropical paradise than the cold semi desert it looks like today. Alongside them lived a panoply of other very interesting creatures, such as other similarly sized giant penguins Icadyptes salasi and Perudyptes. 
Seas of The Past: Andean Biting Reptile
Dakosaurus andiniensis was a large marine Thalattosuchian crocodylomorph from the seas of western South America during the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous. A member of the Metriorhynchidae family, these animals were characterized by flipper like limbs, well developed tail flukes and a complete lack of thick armor and osteoderms like seen in other crocodiles, having instead smoother skin with smaller scutes for better hidrodynamics. Unlike most crocodiles also, these creatures were truly oceanic creatures, spending their entire lives in open sea and likely only returning to land to lay eggs, as evidenced by their modified limbs and body structure. Unlike most metriorhynchids who mainly ate fish, Dakosaurs's short and strong jaws as well as their ability to perform the "death spin" seems to indicate that this was an animal that chased much larger prey than other members of its family, perhaps even larger than itself (It reached somewhere around 5 meters long, about the size of a modern nile crocodile) and was considered one of the top predators of its enviroment. It lived alongside many interesting creatures such as the Icthyosaur Caypullisaurus and the smaller Metriorhynchid cricosaurus.
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Composition: Giant of the Bamboo Forest.
A Large male gigantopithecus walks through the tall bamboo forests of Indochina.


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dinu1999 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the fave! :D
Austroraptor Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome :)
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Austroraptor Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
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cricketumpire Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
"Precision flying..." gives a whole new meaning to 'in flight refuelling' flying on the spot :flowerdread:      
Thank you so much for faving it Leonardo  highfive   Please do keep on watching???
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