A lone, lost Anchiceratops ornatus navigates through the mountains of Cretaceous Canada under the light of the northern lights (aurora borealis).
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Canada's "spiked lizard" peers through the jungles of time. This painting earned a First Place (blue ribbon) at the 2015 Alaska State Fair in Palmer, AK!
A speculative look at the behaviors and habits of long-gone creatures, submitted for Irregular Books’ “All Yesterdays” contest:
Gorgosaurus libratus – the lesser bowertyrant – courts a potential mate by constructing bowers of bone and driftwood and offering trophies of previous hunts or scavenging expeditions while displaying his iridescent feathers.