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What Did Triassic Pseudosuchians Eat? Little Ornithodirans of Course!

Here is another scene from the new mural by Victor Leshyk at the Rainbow Forest Museum at Petrified Forest National Park.  In this scene two silesaurs are chased (and one is caught) by a hungry Postosuchus. I just find it so fitting that the tables are turned and it is the dinosaurians getting their due rather than those cool aetosaurs which are always depicted as prey or dead in most Late Triassic themed murals.

1 comment:

  1. Don't worry Ornithodirans. You'll have your revenge!

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