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si-nequal-isa year ago
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Pectinodon eating crab lunch.
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ockhamsdullknifea year ago
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Everything is irrelevant when Chicxulub impactor struck the earth.
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spadefish13 days ago
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i played myself by giving him a pattern im NEVER gonna wanna draw again, but regardless, he is finished...!!! dino!yuri :)聽
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goldenchocoboa year ago
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Dinocember Day 20: Troodon (Pectinodon)
A troupe of Troodon busy themselves at their local lakeside, but not all is calm waters as danger lurks ahead.
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mischief-draws9 months ago
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Troodon Pectinodon
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See more on my Patreon: Mischief.Art.101 Here, I bring to you my favourite pseudo-dinosaur from the Jurassic Park franchise. The Troodon Pectinidon from Jurassic Park: The Game, which is a Telltale semi-canon sequel to the first Jurassic Park film. The story centres around Dr Harding and his daughter who meet a merc sent to retrieve the Barbasol canister in which Dennys Nedry attempt to smuggle dinosaur embryos out of the park. Naturally, things go wrong - as they do - and they have to team up with a behavioural scientist and a couple of guns-for-hire sent by InGen to retrieve the survivors. Along the way, they encounter a strange dinosaur meant to have been euthanized. The dinosaur in question was the Troodon Pectinidon, a relatively small carnivorous dinosaur whose venom could prove lethal and cause hallucinations along the way. The nature of the Troodon makes them the most terrifying dinosaur in the park, so frightening even the notorious Velociraptor avoids them. The way the dinosaur is portrayed in the game, although highly inaccurate, is among the best attempts at making dinosaurs truly horror-worthy that I have ever seen. The ever-looming threat of the approximately dog-sized theropod puts it on the same level of fear inducer as the Xenomorph from the ALIEN franchise, or the Indoraptor from the newer and somewhat controversial instalment in the Jurassic franchise; Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - a movie that I personally enjoyed because of the horror aspects and similarity between the Indoraptor and the Troodon in what danger they pose. I made a couple of different versions, all are slightly darker and more grotesque than what the actual in-game model is portrayed, but I believe it still captures the essence of the game dino
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usik-paleo-illusta year ago
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馃Pectinodon design馃
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papermonkeyism5 months ago
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Even though the Singing People are the only Troodontids from the Two Medicine formation, we do know from other formations such as the Dinosaur Park formation that they did sometimes cross paths with other Troodontids such as Pectinodon and the much larger Latenivenatrix. How would they interact if they ever came into contact in the Herdworld?
Pectinodon (yet another case of "this entire species is based on the fossil of a single tooth" oh hi there, Troodon) is wrong time. It's from Maastrichtian (the very last time period within the Cretaceous) while the dinosaur project thingy is Campanian (the time period before Maastrichtian), so there's near ten million years between them.
Latenivenatrix are a thing though! They are the mysterious norsemen to the Singing People. Big people, twice the size of the Singing ones, from far north. The People generally avoid them if they can, and they usually stick to their own lands, but there is some tension. Meeting with the norsemen can go anywhere between pillaging raids (usually performed by the bigger people) to mutual trading, and sometimes the different people do even have parties together, depending entirely on the individual clans making contact.
Speaking in very generalizing terms, the cow people tend to have more positive interactions with them than groundwalker clans, but that isn't a definite.
There's also a high chance of miscommunication, as the two peoples don't share languages, and their vocal ranges are slightly different. The norsemen don't even usually know wing speak, which to the Singing People is just bizarre, as that's the only language that spans pretty much all of Singing People, regardless of their spoken languages or dialects.
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si-nequal-is3 years ago
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Pectinodon with avifauna of Lance formation; an unnamed presbyornithid, unnamed possible phalacrocoracid, possible pelecaniform Torotix, and charadriiform Cimolopteryx.
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saurian-game6 months ago
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New patch is out! Come play with out new tracking system, new AI Pectinodon and many other gameplay and performance improvements!
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extinct-bricksa month ago
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LEGO Custom Jurassic Park Game Troodon Pectinodon
Video here: https://youtube.com/watch?v=yNLN9YW5juw&feature=share
#halloween #scary #creepy #lego #legodinosaurs #legojurassicworld #troodon #jurassicpark #jurassicworld #dinosaurs #custommade #customtoys #poison
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malicious-fisheevesa year ago
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my next hot idea for a paleo documentary: you follow like 3 days in the life of a Pectinodon/Acheroraptor just going about its business, hunting smaller animals whilst having to deal with the larger herbivores/oviraptorids (the largest herbivores generally don鈥檛 care abt it that much tho) as well as larger theropods like Dakoraptor (but generally ignored by the biggest ones like T-rex) it鈥檇 be a fun twist on the general formula is all im saying. big scary herbivores and other dinosaurs generally served from the hapless-prey trope and the biggest carnivore walking on land at the time just generally being oblivious.
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alphynix3 years ago
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Can you do some pics for troodontids that formerly classified as Troodon? (Pectinodon, Albertavenator, Stenonychosaurus and Latenivenatrix...)
Oh yeah, Troodon鈥檚 back to being a dubious/invalid name now, isn鈥檛 it?
I might do at least one of those ones sometime.
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papermonkeyism5 months ago
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Yes your specific setting is too early for Pectinodon, but Stenonychosaurus survived up until the meteor hit so some Singing People could have met them.
Sounds like a future AU! Ten million years is a looooooooong time for a culture or even a species, so the decendants of the Singing People would probably not look or sound the same anymore. Their cows wouldn't be a thing anymore anyway.
I personally prefer keeping my worldbuilding relevant to my projects, but feel free to have fun speculating!
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