Dilophosaurus Wetherilli

Here’s my fully restored dilophosaurus wetherilli! It was a hard choice with going feathered or featherless. I couldn’t find any solid proof as of now that supports them having feathers, so I decided on going featherless (though I did give this one a little bit of fuzz here and there). If more solid evidence pops up showing they did in fact have feathers I’ll go back and change this. Until then, he’s staying scaly! I hope you enjoy! Dilophosaurus done in markers, colored pencil, and white pens.

My books are for sale!!

For those of you who don’t know, my two anatomy books “An Atlas of Dinosaur Anatomy” and “An Atlas of Prehistoric Animal Anatomy” are up for sale! If you like my studies like this one then you will love my books! Both come with many animals and several that will ONLY be found in my books! There’s also a special Evolution of Baleen Whales in my Prehistoric Animal Anatomy book, you will not find this study anywhere else! Feel free to ask me questions. I will be selling them at Amazon and Barns and Noble soon, I’m going through the whole process and I will post links as soon as they’re approved!

You can buy them now from Lulu at these links:

An Atlas of Dinosaur Anatomy

An Atlas of Prehistoric Animal Anatomy

Digital versions of both books can be purchased as well!

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