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Final for Oviraptor philoceratops. Discovered in 1923 by George Olsen during an expedition to the Gobi Desert in Mongolia with famed fossil hunter Roy Chapman Andrews for the American Museum of Natural History. The remains were discovered near the remains of some of the first dinosaur eggs ever found, because they had found plentiful remains of a small hornless ceratopsian called Protoceratops ...

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Work in progress underpainting of Inostrancevia alexandri. One of the largest species of Gorgonopsid and an apex predator in what would become Russia during the Wuchiapingian age of the Late Permian period. Despite having many reptilian features, Gorgonopsids were part of a larger order called Therapsids, the group that would eventually give rise to modern mammals, commonly called mammal-like r...

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