Pink Othnielia by David Tana
17 – Diplodocus carnegii – my last Jurassic, Morrison dinosaur (~150 mya), this massive sauropod was one of the many that dominated the landscape during its time. This particular individual, “Dippy” (a fiberglass sculpture of whom can be found outside of the Carnegie Institute and Library in Pennsylvania), is the most famous of his kind, having casts of his skeleton found in major museums all over the world. Color pencil and highlighter on paper.
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