Julius Csotonyi | A quick sketch of one possible restoration of Spinosaurus, following the paper by Ibrahim et al. (2014) and the active discussion in response, as well as interesting blog posts by Andrea Cau, Scott Hartman and Jaime Headden. This restoration is still rough, and may eventually be completed as a full painting; as such, it is open to criticism and revision.
Diplodocus carnegii with horizontal neck, flexible whip tail, keratinous spines and nostrils low on the snout. This genus of dinosaurs lived in what is now western North America at the end of the Jurassic period. Diplodocus is one of the more common dinosaur fossils found in the middle to upper Morrison Formation, between about 154 and 152 million years ago, during the late Kimmeridgian age