Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort.
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Saurian is an open world, survival based game experience, giving players the opportunity to take control of several different species of dinosaur. Players will attempt to survive through several life stages, fulfilling physical needs while avoiding predators and environmental hazards in a dynamic landscape. Our goal is to provide the most captivating dinosaur experience ever developed for commercial gaming, giving the player the first true chance to live like a dinosaur.
Formerly know as Project Crynosaurs, Saurian is a dinosaur sim game project being created by some friends of mine, with scientific accuracy in the forefront of their minds. Being an indie game, and a dinosaur game, everyone should spread the love and get the word out about this fantastic game that’s in the works!
At the very least, signal boost for that positively gorgeous, PALEONTOLOGIST APPROVED feathered rex based on the latest scientific knowledge and discoveries! You won’t see dinosaurs like these in any other current game!
PLEASE reblog this, my dinosaur friends. This game and the people behind it deserve recognition for their hard work and the amazing game they’re bringing to the world.
SUPER MEGA ULTRA THESCELOSAURUS RELEASE UPDATE!
Ladies and Gentlesaurs, as promised, we have a new creature to reveal. Meet Thescelosaurus, the ‘wondrous lizard’. Thescelosaurus is the most commonly preserved small dinosaur in the Hell Creek Ecosystem, but being small doesn’t mean you have to be boring.
The animal’s unusual integument is based on a soon to be announced discovery from Siberia.
Here is its walk cycle:
Soon, you’ll be able to meet the Wondrous Lizard in Saurian!
Greater Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis tabida) that winter at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge stop in the San Luis Valley of Colorado during their annual fall and spring migration to rest and feed before moving on. These images were captured in the San Luis Valley last weekend as the cranes were migrating north.
Photos by Keenan Adams/USFWS
(via: Bosque del Apache NWR)
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Faramir, Son of Denethor.
"The enemy? His sense of duty was no less than yours, I deem. You wonder what his name is, where he comes from, and if he really was evil at heart. What lies or threats led him on this long march from home, and would he not rather have stayed there… in peace? War will make corpses of us all."
So many lives to traumatize, so little time.