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KAM on June 8, 2006
Yep, Dracorex hogwartsia is a real species of dinosaur, named after the school from the Harry Potter series.Just don't expect too much accuracy out of my rendition. This was literally a last minute idea & I didn't have time to search for Robert Bakker's illustration for reference.
at 4:34AM, June 12, 2006
Thanks all. :-)
at 11:35PM, June 10, 2006
"Meanwhile... in an alternate dimension where the dinosaurs stayed the dominant specie... and learned magic"
at 11:25PM, June 9, 2006
Awwwww, That's insane... I like it when the palentoligists are pervy like the ones that named "mammouth" because of the fact that the teeth are breast shaped. Harry potter... that's the living end!
Or in this case, the dead end... :P
at 4:42PM, June 9, 2006
Dracorex sounds most spiffy, hehe
at 3:31AM, June 9, 2006
Oh, I don't know MM. Once you figure out how to pronounce it it's not so bad. Also Dracorex mean Dragon King in Latin which is kinda cool.
at 9:50PM, June 8, 2006
I guess all the good dino names were taken!