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Dryptosaurus aquilunguis by Teratophoneus Dryptosaurus aquilunguis by Teratophoneus
Dryptosaurus, the tearing lizard, infamously known as laelaps, is a genus of Tyrannosauroid. Dryptosaurus is one of the first described tyrannosaurs and lived in North ameica. Its hand carried a huge thumb claw and it has been suggested that it might used that claw to attack ankylosaurs by hammering this claw between the armoured and unarmoured part of the body. Don t know if its true, but I read it somewhere. Dryptosaurus was around 7-8 metres long, a quite big tyrannosauroid.
More tyrannosaurs:
Proceratosaurus [link]
Raptorex[link]
Xiongguanlong[link]
Dilong[link]
Iliosuchus[link]
Embasaurus[link]
Teratophoneus[link]
Deinodon[link]
Bistahieversor[link]
Sinotyrannus[link]
Aviatyrannis[link]
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Stoormtroopa Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It ate his head!
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PaleoJoe Jun 24, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Will you do Alectrosaurus?
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:iconteratophoneus:
yep, I think I will try one after labocania which is next
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PaleoJoe Jun 24, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
You did Deinodon wich is a likely synonym of Albertosaurus and/or Gorgosaurus so why not. O and AWESOME drawing of the first Tyrannosaurid described in the Americas.
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:icondinoking22:
very cool, the patterns are nice
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KristenMash Jun 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome
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herofan135 Jun 24, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Amazing work as usual! :wow:
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palaeorigamipete Jun 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
here comes my favourite tyrannosauroid! =)
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:iconmalevouvenator:
Good specie! You will make Diplotomodon? Another east side tyrannosauroid
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:iconteratophoneus:
dont know, I personally think DiplotomodoŽn is just a synonym of gorgosaurus, but maybe I will do one.
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