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Fluttershy's new friend by Whatsapokemon Fluttershy's new friend by Whatsapokemon
Art trade with :icontoxickittycat:~ToxicKittyCat.

It looks like Fluttershy is having fun with her new friend, Kora, who is a Deinonychus. Kora is the OC of ~ToxicKittyCat.
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Suukorak0 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You might not want to let him near Angel, Flutters. Or even ponies, when he's hungry.
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Psithyrus Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2013
Awesome scene love kora's cautious stance 
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20sentryfox Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013  Student Artist
arem, that is VELOCRAPTOR not a DEINONYCHUS, big difference, a velociraptor has feathers, a deinonychus dosen't
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Whatsapokemon Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Are you sure? Wikipedia is telling me otherwise based on this article in the journal, Nature.
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20sentryfox Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013  Student Artist
i don't even, read the description, it's a velociraptor
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AlexKazhdan Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Recent evidence suggests that all dromaeosaurs (including both Velociraptor and Deinonychus) had feathers. Also, a Velociraptor has a long skull, nothing like in this picture. This does look like a Deinonychus.
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20sentryfox Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Student Artist
Are you sure that you are reading about a Deinonychus? Velocirators had feathers, but fossil records show that Deinonychuses did not have feathers.
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AlexKazhdan Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes, I'm sure. While there is no direct evidence that Deinonychus in particular had feathers, there is also no evidence to prove otherwise. And since many of its close relatives (such as Velociraptor) definitely had feathers, it is reasonable to assume that Deinonychus had feathers too.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deinonyc…
dinosaurs.about.com/od/typesof…
www.prehistoric-wildlife.com/s…
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20sentryfox Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Student Artist
Deinonychuses where actually proved to be featherless.
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AlexKazhdan Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
PICS, OR IT DIDN'T HAPPEN!

Just kidding. But seriously, where did you get that info? I talked to an actual palaeontologist just the other day, and he said that, according to the most recent evidence, all raptors (if not all theropods) had feathers.
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