drawingdinosaurs

drawingdinosaurs:

assuming-dinosaur:

kenbrasai:

assuming-dinosaur:

So is today “feathered ornithischians everywhere day” or something? Am I ever going to see a scaly dinosaur again?

No, Jurassic Park 3 is still coming out, deviantart and tumblr are still ejaculating scaly ornithomimids, and bitches whining about feathered dinosaurs means that scalies will unfortunately survive.

Allow me to rephrase that. Will I ever see a scaly dinosaur again other than the awesomebro versions?

YOU CALLED?

You mean, every dinosaurs will have feathers, (possibly).:B

From last year after they discovered Psittacosaurus a ceratopsian with a quills on its tail and a fuzzy-Heterodontosaur like Tianyulong, now they discovered a new specie of feathered dinosaur just right in, and it name is “Kulindadromeus zabaikailicus” a Jurassic basal ornithischian has first appear in this website.:)
#feathereddinosaur#kulindadromeus#psittacosaurus#tianyulong#basalornithischian#dinosaur greetings#drawing

From last year after they discovered Psittacosaurus a ceratopsian with a quills on its tail and a fuzzy-Heterodontosaur like Tianyulong, now they discovered a new specie of feathered dinosaur just right in, and it name is “Kulindadromeus zabaikailicus” a Jurassic basal ornithischian has first appear in this website.:)
#feathereddinosaur#kulindadromeus#psittacosaurus#tianyulong#basalornithischian#dinosaur greetings#drawing

freeoceanus
freeoceanus:

0rcinus0rca:

theincredibleorca:

Fun fact: The Latin name for the killer whale, Orcinus Orca, translates to “a type of whale from the underworld”. How metal is that?

Never heard that translation before.  I’ve heard it means “Bringer of Death” or “Gladiator of Death”

No, that’s right. Orcinus means ‘belonging to Orcus’. Orcus was the Roman God of the Underworld and ‘belonging to Orcus’ was the same as ‘{an animal} of the underworld/kingdom of the dead’. And Orca comes from the Greek for whale, so Orcinus Orca mean ‘a whale from the underworld’. However, Orcas have had Spanish names which mean ‘bringers of death’ and ‘whale killer’ - which when read in an English was is ‘killer whale’.

The name of the Killer Whale was dubbed by Spanish whaler of the past has given the best name for “Whale killer.”

freeoceanus:

0rcinus0rca:

theincredibleorca:

Fun fact: The Latin name for the killer whale, Orcinus Orca, translates to “a type of whale from the underworld”. How metal is that?

Never heard that translation before.  I’ve heard it means “Bringer of Death” or “Gladiator of Death”

No, that’s right. Orcinus means ‘belonging to Orcus’. Orcus was the Roman God of the Underworld and ‘belonging to Orcus’ was the same as ‘{an animal} of the underworld/kingdom of the dead’. And Orca comes from the Greek for whale, so Orcinus Orca mean ‘a whale from the underworld’. However, Orcas have had Spanish names which mean ‘bringers of death’ and ‘whale killer’ - which when read in an English was is ‘killer whale’.

The name of the Killer Whale was dubbed by Spanish whaler of the past has given the best name for “Whale killer.”

dinodorks

bettablogging:

Today my coworker (the same one I have ranted about a bit before) told me she got a female betta. Suspicious, I asked, “oh yay! where are you keeping her?”

Of course the answer was “with the male”.

I made it very very clear that this was not okay. “well I don’t mind if they breed together!” was…

I’m understand right now.

dinodorks

dinodorks:

dinodorks:

drawingdinosaurs:

lythronax-argestes-the-gore-king:

skeletaldrawing:

Funny that this would break embargo mere minutes after my response to a question about dinofuzz. Definitely strengthens the idea that dinosaurs (and maybe the common ancestor of pterosaurs and dinosaurs) were primitively fuzzy.

Whoa, that was fast.

Kulindadromeus is an ornithopod, correct? Just fuzzy?

The paper’s abstract describes it as a “basal neornithischian”, so it’s not quite as derived as ornithopods.

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- Mod Rainfrogs

I KNEW IT

A new feathered Dino has review.:)