Thanks go to last year’s BPI honour’s class for this marvel!
That’s really cool. Love the skeletal elements inside the outline!
I hope this is a return to Dracovenator posting too.
I believe I have this beaten for nerdiness, though: a couple of years ago, my wife made me a BMNH R5937:D9 cake (i.e. the more posterior of the pair of nicely preserved dorsal vertebrae of The Archbishop). Tragically, I can’t find the photo that I know was taken, so I can’t respond with an immediate SV-POW! as I’d wanted to.
Please pst it as soon as you do find it, I want to see!
Like the cake! Would’ve made a great b-day cake this year. =) Can you send me a piece??? =)
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Hi, My name is Adam Yates. I'm an Australian palaeontologist living and working in Johannesburg, South Africa. I'm one of the lucky few who were able to turn a boyhood passion for dinosaurs into a career.