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Commission: Ichthyoconodon jaworowskorum by Julio Lacerda

November 11, 2016

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Ichthyoconodon jaworowskorum by @paleoart.

For use in Wikimedia and many other things.

Yes, I have paid for an Ichthyoconodon commission before, but lets be honest, a possible flying mammal found out at sea deserves as many representations as Tyrannosaurus rex.

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  1. December 10, 2016 4:16 am

    Ok, it seems to imaginative for me. I imagine it more as a freshwater shoreline glider, which plunges in the water to catch fish, then swims out and climbs again. Or sometimes walks by the river and sniffs for invertebrates, small fish and carcasses. Usually smallish semi-aquatic mammals don’t have anything to do with the great sea. Probably the little Ichthyoconodon found at marine strata was blown away by a storm and died a tragic death. And why so many mammals should fly? Why you sould make feathered opossums for example? Aren’t they content with their normal, traditional ecological niches?

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