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Em uma praia em Laramidia durante o Cretáceo, no que hoje é Utah (EUA), um par de Lythronax argestes se move para investigar a carcaça encalhada de um grande tubarão [do gênero] Squalicorax, que já está sendo cutucado por um par de pássaros Enantiornithes.

Em uma praia em Laramidia durante o Cretáceo, no que hoje é Utah (EUA), um par de Lythronax argestes se move para investigar a carcaça encalhada de um grande tubarão [do gênero] Squalicorax, que já está sendo cutucado por um par de pássaros Enantiornithes.

While we may not have time machines, a Canadian paleoartist, Julius Csotonyi, provides us with the next best thing in an illustration from his new book.

LOOK: Stunning 'Paleoart' Will Beam You Back Into A Ferocious Prehistoric World

While we may not have time machines, a Canadian paleoartist, Julius Csotonyi, provides us with the next best thing in an illustration from his new book.

Djadochta Hadrosaur. Cover of a forthcoming book, Hadrosaurs. Art by Julius Csotonyi

Djadochta Hadrosaur. Cover of a forthcoming book, Hadrosaurs. Art by Julius Csotonyi

Brachiosaurus at dawn Brachiosaurus, the iconic sauropod ("lizard-footed") dinosaur from the Jurassic period, at dawn.

LOOK: Stunning 'Paleoart' Will Beam You Back Into A Ferocious Prehistoric World

Brachiosaurus at dawn Brachiosaurus, the iconic sauropod ("lizard-footed") dinosaur from the Jurassic period, at dawn.

O encontro raro, porém provável, entre tubarões gigantes, cujo diâmetro da mandíbula é estimado em 3,35 metros, e um mamífero de médio porte da mesma ordem dos elefantes (Proboscidea) é retratado nesta imagem do premiado ilustrador Julius Csotony e faz parte do livro The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi, lançado este mês. A ilustração está exposta em painel retroiluminado no hall de Paleontologia do Museu de Ciência Natural de Houston, no Texas. Julius Csotonyi/Reprodução

Ilustrador reconstrói cenas do cotidiano dos dinossauros

O encontro raro, porém provável, entre tubarões gigantes, cujo diâmetro da mandíbula é estimado em 3,35 metros, e um mamífero de médio porte da mesma ordem dos elefantes (Proboscidea) é retratado nesta imagem do premiado ilustrador Julius Csotony e faz parte do livro The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi, lançado este mês. A ilustração está exposta em painel retroiluminado no hall de Paleontologia do Museu de Ciência Natural de Houston, no Texas. Julius Csotonyi/Reprodução

The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi is out on May 20. | 12 Weird Prehistoric Creatures That Will Make You Glad You're Alive Today

12 Weird Prehistoric Creatures That Will Make You Glad You're Alive Today

The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi is out on May 20. | 12 Weird Prehistoric Creatures That Will Make You Glad You're Alive Today

While we may not have time machines, a Canadian paleoartist, Julius Csotonyi, provides us with the next best thing in an illustration from his new book. Rhamphorhynchus, a long-tailed pterosaur, hypothetically feeding on squid.

LOOK: Stunning 'Paleoart' Will Beam You Back Into A Ferocious Prehistoric World

While we may not have time machines, a Canadian paleoartist, Julius Csotonyi, provides us with the next best thing in an illustration from his new book. Rhamphorhynchus, a long-tailed pterosaur, hypothetically feeding on squid.

Cretaceous Gallery 1 | Julius T. Csotonyi’s Paleoart and Scientific Illustration

Cretaceous Gallery 1 | Julius T. Csotonyi’s Paleoart and Scientific Illustration

More horny dinos. Did I just say that? I did not just say that...

More horny dinos. Did I just say that? I did not just say that...

This scene shows the newly described dome-headed dinosaur, Acrotholus, exiting a stand of giant Gunnera leaves and coming across a Neurankylus turtle soaking in a footprint of a hadrosaur that had passed by earlier. - One of the ten scenes on Wired.com from an award-winning illustrator's new book, 'The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi.'

Amazingly Vivid Dino Illustrations Reveal a Brutal Prehistoric World

This scene shows the newly described dome-headed dinosaur, Acrotholus, exiting a stand of giant Gunnera leaves and coming across a Neurankylus turtle soaking in a footprint of a hadrosaur that had passed by earlier. - One of the ten scenes on Wired.com from an award-winning illustrator's new book, 'The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi.'

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