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Posted 01/04/2017   11:46 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add kug to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Anybody knows where and when Dinosaur and/or prehistoric animal stamps will be issued this year ?

According to PaleoPhilatelie.eu website (the best website, I know, about Dinosaurs & Co. stamps) China P.R. is going to issue Mini-Sheet of Dinosaurs on May 19.




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Posted 01/12/2017   03:29 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks to Canadian Tourists.......

A New Dinosaur has been found in Australia.
I wonder how long before it is seen on a Postage Stamp?

The Lizard Fish.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-01-...mond/8064516
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Brazil - 27 September 2014
Brazilian Prehistoric Animals

The stamp portrays the Premian period, 270 million years ago. In a lake located today in Parnaiba do Piaui a Prionosuchus plummeri captures a Ceratodus fish while another specimen rests under the shade of a Psaronius fern, 15 meters tall.
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Brazil - 27 September 2014
Brazilian Prehistoric Animals

The stamp portrays the extremely rich fauna that lived during the Cretaceous period at the Lage do Coringa, 95 million years ago, where today is located the Cajual Island, in Maranhao State. Highlighted, a Oxalaia quilomboensis feeds off a Atlanticopristis shark. Out of the water, a Pterossauro anhangueridae flying, a family of Titanosauros herbivore dinosaurs on the left, some long neck dinosaurs of the Andesaurus species, and a carnivorous Masiakasaurus dinosauron on the right. Under the surface of the water, it is possible to see, on the foreground, a fish of the Mawsonia genus and a Tribodus shark. On the background, a Lepidote, a Pycnodontiforme, a Myliobatis, a Ceratodontidae and, on the back, another specimen of the Atlanticopristis species resting on the marine substrate.
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Brazil - 27 September 2014
Brazilian Prehistoric Animals

The stamp illustrates the Cretaceous period, 65 million years ago, at the Uberaba region, Minas Gerais State. A Pycnonemosaurus carnivorous dinosaur feeds off the carcass of a Uberabatitan ribeiroi herbivore dinosaur. On the back we see two dinosaurs of the same species eating conifers and, on the lake shore, rests a Uberabasuchus terrificus crocodilian.
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Brazilian Prehistoric Animals

The stamp shows two Eremotherium laurillardi, that lived during the Pleistocene, period that precedes the one we live in. On the foreground, a specimen erects in biped position to reach leaves on top of a tree.
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