Welcome - I hope you enjoy viewing my work. I modify most of my figure kits so that they wind up quite different from the original. (And there is a lot more here than just dinosaurs - so browse on!) I re-discovered the joy of art in mid-life and its been a joy to create and share my vision with others. Art, like all creative gifts, exists to be shared so as to enrich the lives of others.
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Pronounced: car-Car-o-Don-to-Sor-us Diet: Carnivore (Meat-Eater) Name Means: "Shark Tooth Lizard" Length: 46 feet (14 m) Height: 17 feet (5 m) Weight: 8 tons (7,200 kilos) Time: Mid Cretaceous - 100 MYA
Carcharodontosaurus may have been the largest meat-eating dinosaur to ever walk the Earth. This huge predator lived in Africa during much of the Cretaceous period. Originally discovered in the 1920's, it wasn't until the 1990's that scientists found enough of this dinosaur to figure out what it looked like and how big it actually grew. Classification of Carcharodontosaurus, as well as other genera seemingly related to this dinosaur, is still being studied. Whether or not this genus belongs in the allosaur family is the subject of much discussion. Some scientists also believe this genus may be the same as Giganotosaurus.
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Another marvellous piece of work that manages to give the impression of sheer size and raw power. How do you keep on getting it right!
Cornelius | December 09, 2005