References

Everything on the site is based on extensive research fueled by an enthusiasm for all things science, particularly the many wonderful critters past and present on this lovely world of ours. πŸ™‚

Here I’ve collected some of my sources for the animals, speculative behaviors, and environments the paleo pets live in.Β  This will be an ever growing list, because it’s hard to list a lifetime of research in one place, so it may take a while.Β  Plus I’m always discovering new exciting research, since learning and discovery is a lifelong journey.

One more reason I’m including this list is so that you can discover the same research I did yourself!

All paleoart is speculative on one level or another, so the appearance and behavior of the critters in the shop shouldn’t be taken at face value.

Explore, dig around a little, and discover what your interpretation of these critters might be. Β Enjoy! πŸ™‚

 

Books:

Dinosaurs: the most complete, up-to-date encyclopedia for dinosaur lovers of all ages. Dr. Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.

The Sauropod Dinosaurs: life in the age of giants. Mark Hallett & Mathew J. Wedel

Pterosaurs. Mark Witton

Jurassic West: the dinosaurs of the Morrison Formation and their world. John Foster

 

Websites:

Antediluviansalad.blogspot.com

Markwitton.com