Welcome to Jurassic China: A Journey to the Land Before Time

By That's Guangzhou, March 10, 2019

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In our ‘Welcome to Jurassic China’ series, part of our March 2019 issue, we transport you to a lost world, a primeval China that existed before the dawn of man. We’ll introduce you to a new species of Tyrannosaur discovered in South China, chat with a renowned Chinese artist that specializes in recreating prehistoric creatures and examine the illegal fossil trade. Now, without further ado, we welcome you to Jurassic China.

Click through each of the posts below to learn about a new member of the Tyrannosaur family, China’s illegal fossil trade and the art of recreating dinosaurs:

This Badass T-Rex Relative Once Terrorized China
Uncovering China's Illegal Dinosaur Fossil Trade
Meet Zhao Chuang, One of the World's Best Dinosaur Artists


[Cover image via © Zhao Chuang from PNSO, Pixabay]

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