Tarbosaurus bataar

Tarbosaurus bataar

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Tarbosaurus bataar



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Title: Tarbosaurus bataar
Pixel Artist: Mandrill  (Level 8 Partner :: 21320 points)
Posted: 12/29/2015 07:09
Palette: 2 colors
Statistics:  15 comments    16 faves    0 avatars

The colour that Pantone forgot

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Tarbosaurus bataar Maleev 1955 (tyrannosaurid)

Reptilia - Avetheropoda - Tyrannosauridae

PaleoDB taxon number: 57254

Alternative combinations: Jenghizkhan bataar, Tyrannosaurus bataar

Sister taxa: none

Type specimens:

  • Tarbosaurus bataar: PIN 551-1, a skull
  • Albertosaurus periculosus: PIN uncat.. Its type locality is Jiayin, which is in a Maastrichtian fluvial sandstone/mudstone in the Yuliangze Formation of China.
  • Gorgosaurus lancinator: PIN 553-1, a partial skeleton.
  • Gorgosaurus novojilovi: PIN 552-2, a skeleton.
  • Shanshanosaurus huoyanshanensis: IVPP V4878, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is Lianmuqin, Shanshan (IVPP Loc. 66012), which is in a Campanian/Maastrichtian terrestrial horizon in the Subashi Formation of China.
  • Tarbosaurus efremovi: PIN 551-3, a skeleton.
  • Tyrannosaurus luanchuanensis: NIGP V.4733. Its type locality is Songping, Luanchuan (IVPP), which is in a Campanian terrestrial mudstone/sandstone in the Qiupa Formation of China.

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Environments: terrestrial (all collections)

Average measurements (in mm): femur 861.2 x 110.0, femur circumference 324.6, fibula 727.2 x 550.0, fibula circumference 89.3, humerus 255.0 x 47.0, radius 110.0 x 19.0, scapula length 750.0, skull length 1130.0, tibia 804.6 x 100.0, tibia circumference 270.8, ulna 115.0 x 22.0

Estimated body mass: 1.28 tons based on femur length

Age range: 70.6 to 66.043 Ma

Distribution:

• Cretaceous of Mongolia (11 collections)

Total: 11 collections each including a single occurrence

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Pose ref: Click

One of my favourite tyrannosauridae


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 1/8/2016 09:37

@ AirSytle

Great to hear, buddy. Thanks a lot. :)


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 1/8/2016 09:36

@ Cynips

Exactly, as long as it is fun....

Cheers buddy, already added you.


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AirStyle (Level 5 Detective) @ 1/5/2016 13:45

Knew it! I thought this would be you. Very nice.


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Cynips (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 1/5/2016 12:13

Yea, there is a lot of anachronisms but who cares, it's a fun game! You can ride dinos mate! :)

I'll give you my steam name in PM.


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 1/5/2016 11:53

That's pretty cool, thanks! I'm quite surprised to find animals from the Cenozoic and Palaeozoic eras there.

Haha, quadrupedal spinosaurus - that's what I love to see. Might worth to take a look! What's your steam name, buddy?


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Cynips (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 1/5/2016 08:23

Here you go: ark.gamepedia.com/Dino_Dossiers   ;)


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 1/5/2016 04:33

Thank you very much, buddy!  One of the lesser known tyrannosauridae, however a pretty important one.

What dinosaurs does ark have?


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Cynips (Level 2 Flatfoot) @ 1/5/2016 00:01

Really good work mate! I especially like it since I'm playing to Ark Survival these days (even if I've never heard of this one before). ^.^


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 1/3/2016 11:57

Thanks a alot.


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Macaroni and Cheese (Level 1 Private) @ 1/2/2016 23:50

I didn't read your description, but I liked your rex pixel. xD Cool stuff.


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 12/31/2015 06:20

@ ihermes

Exactly what's on its mind.


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 12/31/2015 06:19

@ Zettel

Thank you very much!

I wouldn't say that. There are already so many fantastic entries and the week isn't even over yet.


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Mandrill (Level 8 Partner) @ 12/31/2015 06:17

@ bobo

Too kind buddy, thanks a ton!

Most can be ignored, it's merely "Klugscheißergeschwätz.". However, to make things short. That thing is T-Rex's asian cousin basically.

That's great to hear! I've fallen in love with 1-bit art lately, it's a lot of fun.

Yeah, the gurlz and guyz at Pantone really seem to like pastel colours.

Great!

No worries, some mode magic and your double post is history. ;)


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ihermes (Level 1 Rookie) @ 12/30/2015 17:28

RAWWRRRR


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Zettel (Level 1 Intern) @ 12/29/2015 15:56

This is really great. There's some good entries but I think you're gonna win.


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king_bobston (Level 10 Capo) @ 12/29/2015 14:01

A lot of words I don't understand in your description there, buddy

Another great 1 bit piece! Very detailed for a small size for this level of detail in 1-bit.

I wish the pallete had stronger contrast but that is Pantones fault

(I was thinking this was you just because it was a very detailed dino head in the preview )


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