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Aussie spinosaurid by Hyrotrioskjan Aussie spinosaurid by Hyrotrioskjan
And again: Austalia is always good for a surprise. I'm very curious what the rock of this continent will release next.

Like the most australian dinosaurs, we have just a few bones of this specimen. But it's enough to show us that the distribution of this awesome family was larger as we thought.

Here you the young, baryonychid with his, maybe last, meal: a baby Koolasuchus

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:icongiganotosaurinae:
Giganotosaurinae Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014
I love feathers :D

Just wondering: how old is this guy?
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Professional General Artist
Can't remember... maybe early to mid cretaceous...
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:iconshadowstyle143:
Shadowstyle143 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
is there a name for this new species?
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
It's not much more than a vertebrate of a juvenile, that's is not enough to coin a new species =)
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:iconyutyrannus:
Yutyrannus Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014
Well, that' pretty close to what happened with Oxalaia.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Professional General Artist
I'm not sure about this but there is indeed not much what we could call Oxalaia =)
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:iconyutyrannus:
Yutyrannus Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
Yep, only two skull fragments. Besides, I think that "Oxalaia" is really the same as Spinosaurus, whether it is a different species of Spinosaurus I am not sure.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Professional General Artist
Spinosaurus quilombensis... =)
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:iconyutyrannus:
Yutyrannus Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Professional General Artist
=D
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:iconshadowstyle143:
Shadowstyle143 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I can't wait to find out what it could be, spinosaurids are one of my Fav groups of theropod dinosaurs
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Professional General Artist
=)
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:icondennonyx:
Dennonyx Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Student General Artist
Beautiful, it looks like Austroraptor! :P
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:iconmalcolmraptor:
Malcolmraptor Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Convergent evolution is convergent :lol:
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Professional General Artist
=D
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:iconkaijukid23:
Kaijukid23 Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013
aah... her's my answer...
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:iconthesims65:
TheSims65 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's kinda odd because there's a spinosaur live in a prehistoric cold fauna of australia that still joined antarctica,what a mystery
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:iconyutyrannus:
Yutyrannus Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
It's interesting that North America and Antarctica are the only two continents where spinosaurs have yet to be found, maybe someday spinosaurs will be found there too.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
It was a pleasant surprise for me =)
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:iconraptorman123:
raptorman123 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012
Why don't they just name it already? It took Barnum Brown 10 minutes to name T. rex. I've got a name for you: Irwinosaurus australiensis . Irwinosaurus, after Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter (when you think of Australia, you tend to think of the late Steve Irwin), and australiensis, again, because it was found in Australia.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
Irwinosaurus :rofl: nice suggestion =)
The reason for the lack of a name is that we have too little remains of this animal and it's similarity to baryonyx. It would be crazy to create a whole new genus because of two bones.
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:iconraptorman123:
raptorman123 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013
I suppose that makes since. I've got another name. Suchovenator irwini: :iconsteveirwinplz:'s crocodile hunter. I know that Gondwanaland was too cold for crocodiles, but it's still a pretty good name, if I do say so myself.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013  Professional General Artist
:rofl: would be nice =)
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:iconbella7790:
bella7790 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
this australian spinosaur called Drumbyosuchus
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
unofficial, as much as I know =)
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:icon2195razielim:
2195Razielim Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
:winner:
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Professional General Artist
=D
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:iconlacithehunter:
LacitheHunter Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012
What is the name of this australian spino?
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Professional General Artist
He have no name, the fossils which were found are not conclusive enough to create a new species.
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:icontitanlizard:
titanlizard Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
The Aussie Spinosaur specimen is too small, so perhapsly its only a juvinile, like the holotpy of the Baryonyx
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Professional General Artist
That's what I wrote ;)
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:icontitanlizard:
titanlizard Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
You will makeing a a fictional adult Aussie Spinosaur?
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 21, 2012  Professional General Artist
No, I just show here what was really found =)
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:iconthemorlock:
TheMorlock Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Student General Artist
How come the others don't have feathers?
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Professional General Artist
This is a hatchling, they need the isolation for the colder seasons.
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:iconthemorlock:
TheMorlock Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Student General Artist
I see.
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:iconteratophoneus:
Teratophoneus Featured By Owner May 7, 2012
noch ne frage. Wo hast du die längenangabe her , hattest du irgendeine quelle?
ich frag mich was wohl passiert wäre wenn die koolasuchus mutter in der nähe gewesen wäre :D
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 7, 2012  Professional General Artist
Das hab ich irgendwo aufgeschnappt, weiß nicht mehr wo, aber du hast recht ich hab mich auch gefragt was wohl die Mutter dazu sagen würde, obwohl Amphibien ja eher asozial in dem Bereich sind ;)
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:iconteratophoneus:
Teratophoneus Featured By Owner May 8, 2012
wenn koolasuchus ähnlich wi ein krokodil lebte, vielleicht hat er sich dann auch ähnlich verhalten wer weiß....
wie lang ist denn der spinosaurier hier-3m?
PS: Der sinopliosaurus ist fertig. Das ist echt ein merkwürdiges tier. Vor alem weil die knochen bzw. zähne ja eigentlich erst einem pliosaurier zugesprochen wurden.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 8, 2012  Professional General Artist
So ungefähr 2,5 =)
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:iconthemorlock:
TheMorlock Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Student General Artist
I just noticed the Koolasuchus!
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
=D
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:iconteratophoneus:
Teratophoneus Featured By Owner May 5, 2012
wow,das ist echt cool. Das design ist mal was anderes, gefällt mir aber sehr,sehr gut :)
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
Danke dir =)
Da es ein Jundtier ist hab ich mir mal ein paar Freiheiten erlaubt ;)
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tuomaskoivurinne Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great concept :) I like the detail of temnospondylid, suits well in the assumed semi-aquatic lifestyle of spinosaurids. Also, the "juvenilism" looks convincing to me.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much :bow: =)
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:iconsmnt2000:
Smnt2000 Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The aussie spinosaurid was really that small? Good to know :)
By the way, amazing work as usual ;)
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thanks a lot =D
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:iconyoult:
yoult Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
YES! FUZZY AUSSIE!
Ich glaube dewlap's Kritik ist soweit richtig, was den Schwanz angeht. Sowas kann einem echt den Tag vermiesen, wenn man ne Menge Arbeit reingesteckt hat und dann kommt so ein offensichtlicher Fehler ans Tageslicht.
Nichtsdestotrotz eine der schönsten Spinosaurid-Rekonstruktionen die ich je gesehen hab.
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:iconhyrotrioskjan:
Hyrotrioskjan Featured By Owner May 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
Ich danke dir :bow:
Deine gefiederten Spinosaurier waren eine große Inspiration =)

Ja du hast recht, das kann einen den Tag vermiesen, allerdings bezieht sich dewlap bei seiner Kritik auf einen adulten Baryonyx. Möglicherweise war es bei den Jungtieren wegen geringerer Verknöcherung und längerer Sehnen möglich das sie ihren Schwanz höher halten konnten, wenn auch vielleicht nicht so hoch wie hier.
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