Sante Mazzei

Sante Mazzei

Carnotaurus sastrei

Sunday, 17 March 2019 17:10

Carnotaurus sastrei, a meat-eating theropod that lived in South America during the Late Cretaceous.


Friday, 15 March 2019 15:05

Mosasaurus, extinct aquatic reptile.


Friday, 08 February 2019 14:00

Eoraptor lunensis, one of the first dinosaurs.

Eoraptor silhouette

Friday, 08 February 2019 13:57

Eoraptor lunensis, one of the first dinosaurs.

Cartoon Stygimoloch

Wednesday, 06 February 2019 02:28

Stygimoloch reimagined as a cartoon character.

Sue the Tyrannosaurus rex

Thursday, 06 December 2018 16:31

Sue, one of the biggest and best preserved specimen of Tyrannosaurus rex.

This weekend I will work together with Federica Messina, Willy Guasti and Bigger Boat, to an official art event where we will create a giant wall dedicated to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The art wall will show the creatures of the movie fighting eachother.

Pre-order now the english version of the ultimate book about Theropod records created by EoFauna!

The book features more than 3,000 records, covers some 750 theropod species, and includes a wealth of illustrations ranging from diagrams and technical drawings to full-color reconstructions of specimens. The book is divided into sections that put numerous amazing theropod facts at your fingertips. “Comparing Species” is organized by taxonomic group and gives comparisons of the size of species, how long ago they lived, and when they were discovered. “Mesozoic Calendar” includes page spreads showing the positions of the continents at different geological time periods and reconstructions of creatures from each period. “Prehistoric Puzzle” compares bones, teeth, and feathers while “Theropod Life” uses vivid, user-friendly graphics to answer questions such as which dinosaur was the smartest and which had the most powerful bite. Other sections chart theropod distribution on the contemporary world map, provide comprehensive illustrated listings of footprints, compile the physical specifications of all known theropods and Mesozoic birds, and much more.

Chasmosaurus at Sunset

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 12:08

Chasmosaurus and the cretaceous sunset.

Yesterday was a dramatic day for Brazil, paleontology and science in general.
A massive fire raced through Brazil's National Museum in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday night and Monday morning. The 200-year-old museum houses artefacts from Egypt, Greco-Roman art and the first fossils found in Brazil.

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