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I was watching this documentary about birds-of-paradise where I saw some weird bird having this beautiful bright lime-green color on the inside of it's mouth including the tongue.
So here is a speculative design on a Dilophosaurus with the same green tongue.
Dilophosaurs was a big predator of it's time with a whopping 7 meters long. Too bad they made him so tiny in the first Jurassic Park movie. But Steven Spielberg stated that they purposefully reduced it's size to avoid confusion with the Velociraptors in the movie. Which is understandable.
He lived during the early Jurassic period.
Giraffatitan brancai ladies and gentlemen. Or how most of us know her; Brachiosaurus. With 20 meters long and as tall as a 4 story building this creature truly was one of the largest animals to walk the earth.
So how is it possible they could life that enormous neck and move that hulking body you might ask? Well the cool thing about all Saurischians (the sauropods and theropod dinosaurs) is that they had air pockets (just like birds) in their bones. This allowed the bones the become much bigger than usual.
But yeah, our beloved Brachiosaurus has always been a Giraffatitan. (Damn you paleontologists and your classifications.)
The first fossils of this gentle giant were found in Africa. Then later more fossils were found in America. At first people thought they were the same species but after further examination. the two species had some striking differences. Resulting in the naming of two different species.
But because the name never took any foothold in media or in published papers people still think there is only one Brachiosaurus.
Spiclypeus is a late Cretaceous Ceratopsian (which means he is closely related to Triceratops and Styracasaurus obviously).
I have always had a great fascination for the variety of heads and displays within the Ceratopsian family.
Just look at all the different designs and horns and shield.