Daspletosaurus versus Styracosaurus
"Daspletosaurus versus Styracosaurus"
2002
Stretched canvas
24"x30"

Master RGB File:
5,726 pixels (19.0") high
7,211 pixels (24.0") wide
300 dpi resolution
118.1 Mb uncompressed

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Publication History


Essay

A Daspletosaurus menaces a herd of Styracosaurus while an asteroid represents a threat to both the hunter and the hunted. This fiery event foreshadows the ultimate doom of all dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous period.

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Vital Statistics for Daspletosaurus

Genus Name: Daspletosaurus ("frightful flesh-eating lizard")
Type Species: * D. torosus (D. A. Russell, 1970)
Length: 30 feet (9 meters)
Weight: 2-3 tons
Time: 75 million years ago (Late Cretaceous)
Place: Alberta (Canada), Montana
Diet: meat-eater (carnivore)

Vital Statistics for Styracosaurus

Genus Name: Styracosaurus ("spike lizard")
Type Species: * S. albertensis (Lambe, 1913)
Length: 16-18 feet (5-5.5 meters)
Weight: 2-3 tons
Time: 75-70 million years ago (Late Cretaceous)
Place: Alberta (Canada), Montana
Diet: plant-eater (herbivore)


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