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Macronarians of the Morrison by Paleo-King Macronarians of the Morrison by Paleo-King
An encounter near the edge of a highland forest between a trio of Brachiosaurus altithorax and the very rare basal macronarian sauropod Haplocanthosaurus delfsi, in the Morrison formation in Colorado, 150 million years ago. Stegosaurus armatus also makes a brief appearance.

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Brachiosaurus altithorax was one of the largest "classic" sauropods of the Morrison formation, with large adults (such as the one formerly known as "Ultrasauros") reaching up to 90 feet in length and weighing 45 tons. Haplocanthosaurus, a distant relative, reached only 50 feet as an adult and was a "living fossil" in its own time, thought to be descended in a direct line from the common ancestor of both brachiosaurs and camarasaurs.
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munkas02 Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2014  New member Student Artisan Crafter
damn, you sure do love your brachs!
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Paleo-King Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Yeah, they were my old favorites... and still the best-looking dinos in my book anyway.
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River-rex Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Student Artist
It has a prehistoric taste to it. Great job on the detailing of the forest, and I enjoy the hidden Stegosaurus, thanks to another comment I was able to spot it.
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daisaspy Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2013
Good job with the Stegosaurus.

Couldn't see it for a long time.
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herofan135 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Such amazing attention to detail, I'm gobsmacked!
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grroselli Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2012
i think haplocanthosaurus is older than that, they lived in the oxfordian which is way before stego armatus or brachiosaurus. correct me if i'm wrong.
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Fragillimus335 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yikes :0 Worth the time though I must say!
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Fragillimus335 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
How long... How long did those trees take you???
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Paleo-King Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
If I told you that, I'd have to... aw screw it, about a month or so. :XD:
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white-fay Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011  Student
Great job Paleo-king!
I wish I could hear the music too. What kind of pencils did u use?
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