I was reading a site about OOPARTS (out of place artifacts), and I ran across this entry here:
There’s an old book where this guy went around and recorded a lot of petroglyphs. I’d love to get my hands on it just for the artwork in it. Anyway, one of the recorded drawings was this:
Click the article for all the arguments about if being a sheep or something. Anyway, one of the things I thought was interesting is that the artist has shaded in the head and legs. That’s a pretty basic coloration for any animal (look at horses and elk), and hey, any clue to what colors dinosaurs may have had is a good clue! (Like the one where those scientists scanned the feather data from that one fossil bird and found that it was black with white wingbars and had a red crest).
Anyway, I’m taking a stab at coloring some parasaurolophi that way. (Parasaurolophuses?)