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Hadrosaur the Ancient, Lived 76 to 65 MYA, Late Cretaceous Period.
Hadrosaur the Ancient, Lived 76 to 65 MYA, Late Cretaceous Period.

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Time Capsule (Basic Editing III)
Camera: Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5
Location: Ogden Utah Dinosaur Park and Museum
Date: Aug 6, 2005
Aperture: F6.3
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1\160
Galleries: Animals, Science and Technology
Date Uploaded: Aug 9, 2005

Parasaurolophus is the most famous of the crested hadrosaurs. It was small animal, compared to the other North American hadrosaurs, but it had the largest crest of any duck-bill.

Place: 204 out of 298
Avg (all users): 4.8149
Avg (commenters): 5.5000
Avg (participants): 4.6807
Avg (non-participants): 4.9136
Views since voting: 1371
Views during voting: 431
Votes: 281
Comments: 9
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/15/2005 03:22:14 PM
I'd like to see more of the dinosaur and less of the trees.
08/13/2005 01:07:50 AM
very cool.
08/12/2005 06:59:43 PM
The sky makes this look pretty badly photoshopped, sorry.
08/11/2005 05:54:05 AM
Definately realistic looking. Sky is a little bright and washes out the dinosaur since he is in shadows.
08/11/2005 01:20:23 AM
the sky is bad. good idea tho.
08/10/2005 08:11:34 PM
Looks real 8
08/10/2005 01:13:10 PM
great idea
08/10/2005 10:07:40 AM
almost looks real! good find
08/10/2005 08:12:33 AM
I wish I lived where you lived so I can see one toooooo!!!

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