Concavenator corcovatus Exclusive Signed Print
This is the first exclusive signed print made and signed by paleoartist Raul Ramos exclusively for the Mesozoic Life project.
This illustration depicts the carnivorous theropod dinosaur known as Concavenator corcovatus whose name means "humpback hunter of Cuenca".
This animal is undoubtedly one of the most famous dinosaurs in Spain since I live in the Península Ibérica at the beginning of the Cretaceous period, specifically in the province of Cuenca, Spain.
This Concavenator design is officially approved by Elena Cuesta Fidalgo, one of the people who best knows this dinosaur species.
The team decided that the animal should be represented simply by moving around it.
The most characteristic and representative feature of this species is a kind of candle located on its back and whose exact functioning is still unknown. The scientific advisors of the Mesozoic Life project such as Elena Cuesta speculate that it was some kind of ornament or structure that allowed the male specimens to exhibit themselves to the specimens of the opposite sex.