Is there a link with toothpaste :( Le dessin du timbre est vraiment bien fait mais combien ce reptile semble antipathique !
Haha, I think you would need a *lot* of extra-strength toothpaste for that mouth.
Belle dentition !
what an extraordinary stamp! and your dinosaurs at least hadnt caused any controversy :P
Not that I am aware of. The viewpoint on the stamp is definitely a novel one.
I clicked on the link to see the rest of stamps, that are pretty cool. But I also found out that the "paleophilately" is a thing!
Dinosaurs seem to continue to be a fascinating subject for stamps.
A great stamp (and serie)! The animal seems to have been drawing the picture afterwards by him/herself, as I don't see any reflection of a photographer or other kind of human artist in the other animal's eye :-)
It was a great stamp to receive and find info on.
I just now am wondering about the animal's second name, borealis, and what it would mean. I read the Northern light shares the same family name (Aurora Borealis) :-)
I think that borealis means 'Northern, from the North'.
Yes, Eva is correct. Latin for northern. There is no southern Dimetrodon, but there is a western one (D. occidentalis).
Boreas was the Greek god of the wind which blew from the north
Those are some pretty fearsome looking teeth.I find the series a little bit creepy yet simultaneously awesome.
Certainly the stamps give a unique perspective.
That one is my favourite of the set, just the right amount of peril.
Yes, I can't imagine seeing that face coming towards you.
This is the best dinosaur stamp I've seen,
I was lucky to receive it.