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si-nequal-is · 10 months ago
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Atrociraptor and Didelphodon on cliff.
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autisticexpression · 10 months ago
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Didelphodon vorax
ID: an otter-like mammal with dark brown fur and white underparts
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alphynix · 3 years ago
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@seneca-zero replied to your photo “Month of Mesozoic Mammals #26: Crunch Time”
Wasn't it featured in walking with dinosaurs? Damn did they got it wrong.
WWD depicted Didelphodon as a sort of tasmanian-devil-like creature, which at the time was a reasonable interpretation. But obviously ~20 years later a lot of its content will have ended up outdated or wrong thanks to newer discoveries -- Utahraptor’s another good example!
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ockhamsdullknife · a year ago
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Everything is irrelevant when Chicxulub impactor struck the earth.
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trackalaka · 3 years ago
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the last set for this year’s (not) dinovember! this marks 3 years in a row done now, geez. If I do it next year I definitely will be changing things up a bit.
Didelphodon > Hatzegopteryx > Diplocaulus > Elasmosaurus > Lystrosaurus > Darwinopterus > Tylosaurus > Anurognathus > Nothosaurus > Tiktaalik
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jadepepper23 · 4 years ago
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I can be funny at times #walkingwithdinosaurs #didelphodon #fights #siblingfights
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New Animal!
1. Didelphodon Vorax.
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si-nequal-is · a year ago
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Didelphodon vs Albertavenator.
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saurian-game · 4 years ago
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Saurian DevLog #27
Hi all! This new patch has been taking a little longer than our last couple, our programmers are working on getting a couple of things just right. For our DevLog this week we've got a few new artistic endeavours that the rest of the team has been knocking out during this time.
RJ
I've been mostly working on something big in secret, and it is going to stay that way for now. In the meantime I can finally show off the concept art I did for the new male Triceratops head that Jake has just applied to the model.
Jake
I've been a busy boy these last few weeks, I need to keep up the pace otherwise Henry starts drinking again. I can't show everything I worked on just yet but I can show off the new Triceratops model and skin. People who have been following the project for a while will know that this was a long time in the making and was the result of some consultation by two of our paleo consultants, Denver Fowler and Ali Nabavizadeh. I'm pretty proud of how it turned out. Expect it to be finding its way into a patch soon.
I also promised something furry last DevLog, and its not done yet. We sent it off to Greg Wilson whose given us advise on prehistoric mammals before and are presently awaiting feedback. For now enjoy this WIP shot of Didelphodon.
Erin
One of the small things I've been working on for the next patch is a refined character select screen. We have changed the background (created by Jake) to better compliment with the main menu, improved lighting and post processing effects. The camera will now zoom in on the animal you select (of course, only Dakotaraptor is selectable for now). The UI used to display the sex selection has been reworked to be less ugly and matches with the rest of the style of the menu.
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synapsid-taxonomy · 4 years ago
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Didelphodontidae Matthew 1918
This clade does not contain Didelphodon.
It’s named for Didelphodus, which is a stem-pangolin.
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albertonykus · 4 years ago
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In regards to Didelphodon, a study regarding Mesozoic mammal limbs has shown it to rank among semi-aquatic species.
Sure. There’s to my knowledge nothing at the moment that conclusively falsifies the semi-aquatic Didelphodon hypothesis. The study on limb morphometrics is certainly suggestive. At the same time, the semi-aquatic Didelphodon is not supported by nearly as much verifiable data as some seem to think, given that that study essentially provides the only empirical evidence for it so far. (Additionally, rumors of semi-aquatic Didelphodon were drifting around long before that study was published.)
Even if the semi-aquatic interpretation was correct, it is not currently known if Didelphodon was specialized for aquatic foraging to the degree of an otter, or if it was more comparable to (for example) a mink, as has been inferred for Yanoconodon, another Mesozoic mammal interpreted as semi-aquatic by the same morphometric study.
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cjcroen1393 · 4 years ago
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What do you think about Mesozoic mammals like eutriconodonts and multies?
I’m not an expert on them, but I do think that creatures like Repenomamus, Didelphodon and Purgatorius are cool, as is the fact that we had gliding mammals even back then!
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