| Speculative biology is simultaneously a science and form of art in which one speculates on the possibilities of life and evolution. What could the world look like if dinosaurs had never gone extinct? What could alien lifeforms look like? What kinds of plants and animals might exist in the far future? These questions and more are tackled by speculative biologists, and the Speculative Evolution welcomes all relevant ideas, inquiries, and world-building projects alike. With a member base comprising users from across the world, our community is the largest and longest-running place of gathering for speculative biologists on the web. |
While unregistered users are able to browse the forum on a basic level, registering an account provides additional forum access not visible to guests as well as the ability to join in discussions and contribute yourself! Registration is fast, free, and instantaneous.
Join our community today!
|Topic Started: Nov 11 2011, 08:10 PM (267 Views)|
|JohnFaa||Nov 11 2011, 08:10 PM Post #1|
Adveho in mihi Lucifer
First a late Campanian istiodactylid, now this...
Amusingly enough, this animal has been found in a lagerstattën that should had given away it's existence centuries ago
|1 user reading this topic (1 Guest and 0 Anonymous)|
|« Previous Topic · Science Central · Next Topic »|