Another batch of pieces for the A Dinosaur A Day blog! So much duckface this time around XD Here are Lambeosaurus, Probactrosaurus, Timurlengia, Velafrons, Hypacrosaurus, Lohuecotitan, Tsintaosaurus, Orthomerus, Blasisaurus, and Xuwulong.
Lambeosaurus! Dinos and other prehistoric creatures continue to take over the blog this week, more to come!.
This illustration and one other were meant to mimic another illustrator’s style. I think it ended up looking a lot more like my own style then I originally thought. If you want you can check out the specimen on display at the ROM.
A mounted Lambeosaurus at the Royal Ontario Museum. Lambeosaurus is a type of hadrosaurid dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period (~75 million years ago) in North America. This bipedal/quadrupedal, plant-eating dinosaur is known for its distinctive hollow cranial crest, which in the best-known species resembled a hatchet. The most widely excepted theory about it’s hollow crest is that is aided in social noise making, amplifying sounds.
An adolescent male and a juvenile got separated from the main herd during an attack and have wandered off into the woods. The male is big enough to not worry much about his safety while he tries to find the herd again, but the young follows him around instinctively in search of protection.