Rapeto in ferns.jpg
       
     
 I sculpted this baby  Rapetosaurus  under the direction of paleontologist Kristi Curry Rogers, to accompany her research on an intriguing partial skeleton of a very small sauropod.   “Precocity in a Tiny Titanosaur from the Cretaceous of Madagascar”   Authors: Kristina Curry Rogers, Megan Whitney, Michael D'Emic, Brian Bagley      Science  22 Apr 2016: Vol. 352, Issue 6284, pp. 450-453 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf1509   Image processing by Anthony Morrow, PXL House   
       
     
PaleoFest 2016
       
     
Rapeto CU in ferns.jpg
       
     
Rapeto in ferns.jpg
       
     
 I sculpted this baby  Rapetosaurus  under the direction of paleontologist Kristi Curry Rogers, to accompany her research on an intriguing partial skeleton of a very small sauropod.   “Precocity in a Tiny Titanosaur from the Cretaceous of Madagascar”   Authors: Kristina Curry Rogers, Megan Whitney, Michael D'Emic, Brian Bagley      Science  22 Apr 2016: Vol. 352, Issue 6284, pp. 450-453 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf1509   Image processing by Anthony Morrow, PXL House   
       
     

I sculpted this baby Rapetosaurus under the direction of paleontologist Kristi Curry Rogers, to accompany her research on an intriguing partial skeleton of a very small sauropod.

“Precocity in a Tiny Titanosaur from the Cretaceous of Madagascar”
Authors: Kristina Curry Rogers, Megan Whitney, Michael D'Emic, Brian Bagley

 Science  22 Apr 2016:
Vol. 352, Issue 6284, pp. 450-453
DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf1509

 Image processing by Anthony Morrow, PXL House

 

PaleoFest 2016
       
     
PaleoFest 2016

Previewing the Rapetosaurus model during Kristi Curry Rogers' keynote dinner lecture.  PaleoFest 2016, Burpee Museum, Rockford, Illinois.

Rapeto CU in ferns.jpg