A lounging blue Tyrannosaur stares out of a hazy electric green jungle across a lazy stream on a warm afternoon in late summer.
Gallimaufry: a confusion, absurd medley, or melange of things, and it's what we're showing this October at Indigo Tea Lounge in Anchorage, Alaska.
First Friday event is from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on the 5th of October. The show will run the entire month. Hope to see you there!
An electric blue Parksosaurus warreni “dances” among a wide variety of flowering plants known from different locations across Alaska and Russia during the Cretaceous era. While we are most familiar with the Pleistocene-era Bering land bridge connecting North America and Eurasia, evidence of many shared fossil plant and animal species show Alaska also bridged the continents during the late Cretaceous.