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Daily Dinosaur #23 - Afromimus, Afro Mimic by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #23 - Afromimus, Afro Mimic :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 1 0 Daily Dinosaur #22 - Aerosteon, Air Bone by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #22 - Aerosteon, Air Bone :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 2 0 Daily Dinosaur #21 - Aepyornithomimus, Bird Mimic by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #21 - Aepyornithomimus, Bird Mimic :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 3 0 Daily Dinosaur #20 - Aepisaurus, High Lizard by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #20 - Aepisaurus, High Lizard :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 0 0 Daily Dinosaur #19 - Aeolosaurus, Aeolus Lizard by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #19 - Aeolosaurus, Aeolus Lizard :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 1 0 Daily Dinosaur #18 - Aegyptosaurus, Egypt Lizard by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #18 - Aegyptosaurus, Egypt Lizard :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 1 0 Daily Dinosaur #17 - Adeopapposaurus, Far Eating by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #17 - Adeopapposaurus, Far Eating :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 0 0 Daily Dinosaur #16 - Adelolophus, Unknown Crest by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #16 - Adelolophus, Unknown Crest :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 2 0 Daily Dinosaur #15 - Adasaurus, Evil Spirit Lizard by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #15 - Adasaurus, Evil Spirit Lizard :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 3 2 2 - Albertosaurus by Atlantis536 2 - Albertosaurus :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 0 0 Daily Dinosaur #14 - Adamantisaurus, Adamant by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #14 - Adamantisaurus, Adamant :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 1 0 1 - Tyrannosaurus rex by Atlantis536 1 - Tyrannosaurus rex :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 0 0 The Computer Dinosaurs logo sketch by Atlantis536 The Computer Dinosaurs logo sketch :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 2 0 Daily Dinosaur #13 - Acrotholus, Tall Dome by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #13 - Acrotholus, Tall Dome :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 0 0 Daily Dinosaur #12 - Acrocanthosaurus, High Spined by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #12 - Acrocanthosaurus, High Spined :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 2 0 Daily Dinosaur #11 - Acristavus, Crestless Grandpa by Atlantis536 Daily Dinosaur #11 - Acristavus, Crestless Grandpa :iconatlantis536:Atlantis536 2 0

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Daily Dinosaur #23 - Afromimus, Afro Mimic
The text bubble says, "Who are you copying this time?"

Today, January 23, 2018, is the twenty-third day of my Daily Dinosaur series, where I draw a scientifically accurate dinosaur and a human doing funny things. Today, I have chosen the ornithomimosaurian theropod, Afromimus tenerensis.

After the Aepyornithomimus, which was just drawn two days ago, Afromimus is the second dinosaur discovered in 2017 to be represented in the Daily Dinosaur series. But that's not the only thing that is similar.

The two are both ornithomimids, the long-necked, long-legged dinosaurs that prowled the plains of the Late Cretaceous. They had feathers from head to tail, and are omnivores, which means they can eat anything.

What makes Afromimus special is that it is one of the only two ornithomimids discovered in Africa (the other is Nqwebasaurus, although that's doubted). It was discovered in the Tenere Desert of Niger, Africa, where it lived along with other dinosaurs such as Suchomimus (which has the same scientific name, S. tenerensis)

Thinking of a pun for this creature was easy. Another dinosaur (which will be featured tomorrow) has been joked about because of the "afro" in its name, and so I took that joke and gave it to Afromimus, who wears his head feathers in the aforementioned hairstyle.

He says he got the hairstyle by copying someone, but who? Find out tomorrow...

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This reconstruction is based on Ornithomimus.
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Daily Dinosaur #22 - Aerosteon, Air Bone
Today, January 22, 2018, is the twenty-second day of my Daily Dinosaur series, where I draw a scientifically accurate dinosaur and a human doing funny things. Today, I have chosen the megaraptoran theropod, Aerosteon riocoloradense.

Aerosteon was a megaraptoran, a strange group of theropod dinosaurs that had large claws on their hands, similar to the unrelated spinosaurids and noasaurids. Famous megaraptorans include Australovenator and Fukuiraptor.

Unlike most non-avian theropods, Aerosteon had pneumatized (air-filled) bones (hence its name, which means "air bone"). This feature is more commonly seen in birds, and rarely in non-avian dinosaurs, which is why scientists think Aerosteon breathed like a modern day bird.

The relationships of megaraptorans are still unknown. Originally believed to have been related to the dromaeosaurids and the spinosaurids, they are now thought to be either tyrannosaurids or neovenatorids. Scientists say the latter is more likely. Since neovenatorids are closely related to carcharodontosaurids, which have evidence of feathers (Concavenator) it is reasonable to assume that neovenatorids and megaraptorans were feathered (as shown here).

It was hard thinking of a pun for this creature, as air-filled bones are quite insignificant to illustrate. So I thought, "how will air fill bones?" Then I remembered the bone flutes that the Neanderthals used to play music. So here it is. An air-boned Aerosteon filling a bone with air, and making music out of it.

That's all for now folks. Stay tuned for more tomorrow!

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This reconstruction is based on javifel's (Felipe Martinez's) skeletal.
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Daily Dinosaur #21 - Aepyornithomimus, Bird Mimic
Today, January 21, 2018, is the twenty-first day of my Daily Dinosaur series, where I draw a scientifically accurate dinosaur and a human doing funny things. Today, I have chosen the ornithomimosaurian theropod, Aepyornithomimus tugrikinensis.

This is the first recently-described dinosaur in the series (described in July 2017) and that's not a problem because of the structure of my series. I will be drawing every non avian dinosaur, in alphabetical order, and since Aepyornithomimus is the first, it was the first to be represented.

This also explains why I started the series at the strike of midnight on January 1, 2018. This is so I can draw all the dinosaurs discovered in 2017, and even the ones discovered in 2018 (such as Caihong and Diluvicursor).

Now, onto the dinosaur. Aepyornithomimus was an ornithomimosaurian theropod, a so-called "ostrich mimic" that includes the famous Gallimimus. They had long necks, long legs, and feathers covering their entire bodies.

Aepyornithomimus was named after Aepyornis, the extinct elephant bird, a giant ratite bird that lived in Madagascar. Other ornithomimids are also named after birds, such as Gallimimus (chicken mimic), Struthiomimus (ostrich mimic) and Anserimimus (goose mimic). This is due to the group's similarity to birds.

Here I have shown an Aepyornithomimus in a glass display case in a museum, similar to other extinct animals. A human's foot is seen, showing that he is not interested in this tiny dinosaur.

That's all for now folks! Stay tuned for more tomorrow!

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This reconstruction is based on lythronax-argestes' skeletal.
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Daily Dinosaur #20 - Aepisaurus, High Lizard
Today, January 20, 2018, is the twentieth day of my Daily Dinosaur series, where I draw a scientifically accurate dinosaur and a human doing funny things. Today I have chosen the dubious sauropod, Aepisaurus elephantinus.

Aepisaurus was a sauropod, a herbivorous dinosaur with a long neck and long tail. It was discovered in France in 1852, and is only known from a single leg bone. Due to this, many scientists don't think Aepisaurus is a real taxon. (This is called "dubious" in paleontology.)

Due to being dubious and fragmentary (known from very few pieces of bone), Aepisaurus isn't as well known as other dinosaur such as Brachiosaurus and Diplodocus. In fact, its name has been misspelled at times, such as "Aepysaurus" and "Aepyosaurus"

No matter the spelling, Aepysaurus' name means "high lizard", which is why I reconstructed this dubious dinosaur on top of a mountain. It is completely unknown how it got there in the first place.

That's all for now folks. Stay tuned for more tomorrow!

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This reconstruction is based on Malawisaurus.
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Daily Dinosaur #19 - Aeolosaurus, Aeolus Lizard
Today, January 19, 2018, is the nineteenth day of my Daily Dinosaur series, where I draw a scientifically accurate and a human doing funny things. Today, I have chosen the lithostrotitan titanosaur, Aeolosaurus rionegrinus.

Aeolosaurus was a large titanosaur dinosaur that lived in Argentina and Brazil. Unlike most other dinosaurs, Aeolosaurus has more than one species: A. rionegrinus (shown here), A. colhuehuapensis and A. maximus.

Analysis of the caudal vertebrae (the bones in the tail) show that Aeolosaurus could rear up on its hind legs to reach the tops of trees. It was also named after Aeolus, the keeper of the winds in Greek mythology, due to its windy habitat.

Here I have reconstrcuted Aeolosaurus as Aeolus himself, holding a bag which contains the winds of the words on his tail. A Greek man is seen in the corner, shielding himself from the powerful blow.

That's all for now folks! Stay tuned for more tomorrow!

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Thsi reconstruction is based on bricksmashtv's (Gunner Bivens') skeletal.
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Follow the adventures of Brooke and Dino-Boy as they explore the magical world of Comic Book World, where dinosaurs come to life!

I drew three pictures for the series already. Just go my gallery, click "the computer dinosaurs" and see!

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Jolo Atlantis
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A geek who likes Dinosaurs, history and mythology.

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GabyCoutino Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice gallery

Have a bunny
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Artapon Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2017  Hobbyist
You might use this information Happy New year and what will I do in 2017 to ad some more tropes and have a look at all of the Elemental Dinosaurs again and have a read in the description again you might see something in the description that hasn't been there before that you might want to ad them into the tropes;) (Wink) 
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Artapon Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2017  Hobbyist
Merry Christmas
and what do you think of this The Elemental Dinosaur's Christmas
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Artapon Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2017  Hobbyist
by the way you might want to add some more in the tropes
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Artapon Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2017  Hobbyist
I don't mean to disturb you but you got to see this click here We're doomed
what are we going to do?
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Artapon Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2017  Hobbyist
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Artapon Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2017  Hobbyist
Excuses me 
what do you think of this idea Dino Sledge
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Atlantis536 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Okay cool. I’ve seen Ludia’s announcement on Facebook, but I can’t updatebecause my Mom took away my iPad.

I’m using Dad’s phone to type this!
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