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Ornimegalonyx and Troodon

Hi All,

If anyone is interested I just put up two new illustrations - in -
progress. One is of Ornimegalonyx, the giant and possibly flightless owl
of Pleistocene Cuba. The other is of Troodon, with feathers after
Anchiornis, brooding its nest in a heat - stressed posture.

I'd appreciate any feedback.


Jason Brougham
Senior Principal Preparator
Department of Exhibition
American Museum of Natural History
81st Street at Central Park West
212 496 3544