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Tired of Tyrannosaurus?  Sick of Smilodon? Craving weird, bizarre, and/or obscure prehistoric organisms?
We've got the solution for you!www.stfd.net/. No, this time seriously!
Machaeroides and avancna have founded a new deviantART Club that caters to obscure and arcane prehistoric animals.  You won't find "popular" critters such as Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Pterodactylus, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Spinosaurus, Pteranodon, Deinonychus, Elasmosaurus, or Dimetrodon here, as we regard such subjects as passé, bordering on trite (our apologies to those who hold these particular genera in high regard).
We intend to make an effort to focus on lesser known creatures to the public, such as Stahleckeria potens, Keratocephalus moloch, Shokawa ikoi, Opabinia regalis, Pseudopalatus andersoni, or Astrapotherium  magnus, for example. The organisms can be either plant or animal.
Anyone interested is free to join, and please inquire about available club positions!

Rules:

1) To Join: Simply request to join group by pressing the "join our group" button. Put the group on your watch list. Putting the avatar link in your journal is optional. You will then be accepted as a member.

2) Submission: To submit artwork, press the "submit to this gallery" button found in the featured folder. You must submit obscure/lesser known extinct organism paleo-art, or at least something relevant to the subject. This club will not accept any famous fossil, science fiction/fantasy, and/or anthropomorphic artwork. Please make an effort to make realistic prehistoric organisms. Members are welcome to send us a deviation at any time of the day.

3) To become an administrator, simply request to become either a co-founder or any administrator. Once you become an administrator, be sure to check messages frequently for any member submissions or requests.

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Affiliate Groups:
:iconpaleoartists:, :iconorigin-of-mammals:, :iconornithischia:, :iconsauropodomorpha:, :icontheropoda:, :iconextinct-fauna:, :iconars-fatalis:, :iconspinosaurus-fans:, :icondeviantspinosaurids:, :icontrilobiting:, :iconprehistory-alive:.
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:iconkaborge:
kaborge Featured By Owner May 18, 2008
thanks for the fav..im glad you like my photo..

kaborge
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:iconeoscorpiidae:
Eoscorpiidae Featured By Owner May 19, 2008
No problem.
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:icondeinowilly:
Deinowilly Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
uooooooo Loved the idea of representing no the usual prehistoric life it's tiring :)
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:iconbran-artworks:
Bran-Artworks Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2007  Student General Artist
can archaeoindris fit here?
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:iconeoscorpiidae:
Eoscorpiidae Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2007
Yes, that's a very good choice.:-)
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:iconbran-artworks:
Bran-Artworks Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2007  Student General Artist
good¡¡
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:iconpost-sapient:
post-sapient Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2007
Awww... I had wanted to but I'd rather do a related species;)
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WorldSerpent Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Does the Australian dinosaur Kakuru count as obscure?
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:iconeoscorpiidae:
Eoscorpiidae Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2007
A very wise and fitting choice my friend. Yes.:nod:
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:iconpost-sapient:
post-sapient Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2007
I am preparing my submission: it involves a lizard that is poisonous and lived in mongolia.
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