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Flower Dance

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by Raven Amos

An electric blue Parksosaurus dances in front of a riot of flowers and flowering plants known from the Cretaceous era. These plants were fast replacing the cycads, ferns, and conifers that had dominated the landscape previously, and were a harbinger of more changes to come.

Pterosaur Sunset (Light Version)

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by Raven Amos

Quetzalcoatlus is a large flying reptile, part of an extinct group of animals called pterosaurs – a close cousin to dinosaurs. It was thought to have launched its giraffe-sized bulk into the air by using its wings like two giant pole-vaults.

Pterosaur Sunset (Dark Version)

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by Raven Amos

Quetzalcoatlus is a large flying reptile, part of an extinct group of animals called pterosaurs – a close cousin to dinosaurs. It was thought to have launched its giraffe-sized bulk into the air by using its wings like two giant pole-vaults.

Fishing in the Land of Giants

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A scene of the estuaries of Pleistocene era California depicting a scavenging short-faced bear, Arctodus simus, feeding off a spawned-out female Oncorhynchus rastrosus, the "saber-toothed" salmon, with an entourage of ancestral California gulls, Larus californicus. In the water, a pair of speculative ocean-phase Oncorhynchus enters the estuary looking for food, while a pair of spawning males jockey for status and position, ready to meet their fate upstream.

Produced for the upcoming textbook by Dr. Darren Naish of University of Portsmouth, England tentatively titled "The Vertebrate Fossil Record". Want to see more art and sketches? Subscribe to my Patreon page (www.patreon.com/alaskanime) and get sneak peeks at my works in progress, early access to finished paintings and more!


17 Years of Weird Art

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It's DeviantArt's 17th birthday! Here's a thing that's weird using their template - a guy with a handlebar moustache and frizzy hair in awe at a flying goldfish with a bird in his hair and an elephant at his elbow.

Onchorhynchus rastrosus (2017)

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An updated and more accurate version of the giant Miocene-Pleistocene era "saber-toothed" salmon. It turns out their "saber teeth" were actually outward-facing tusks the length of an adult's thumb.

Alice in Wonderland

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Alice the pint-sized Nanuqsaurus takes a turn into a forgotten garden of ancient ferns, gingkoes, conifers, and cycad holdovers from a younger, wetter Earth along the banks of ancestral Prince Creek and Colville River - no doubt, feeling very small indeed among the towering cypress and dawn redwood trees.

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