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Re: An Idea!
luisrey wrote: I've always wanted to have a quick reference for related fauna
> flora for each particular period or era and in each particular site in the
> world (for example, I would like to see a complete cross reference of the
> known Campanian fauna in Argentina or South America... or anything
> similar... if there's any).
> Something like that would be also incredibly useful for any artist that
> wants to recreate massive scenes of interactive dinosaurs accurately.
I concur! PLEASE, someone do this! Not everyone is privy to the wealth of
information locked in the heads of paleobotanists and paleontologists and so
forth, and wading through thousands of journals to find such things out is a
daunting task, to say the least. I have the utmost respect for those artists
who did get their info that way; that's part of the reason the top artists are
at the top of their field. But I doubt that any of you would have turned down a
reference such as Luis described, if it had been available.-Chris Srnka
- An Idea!
- From: email@example.com (luisrey)