wonderful scene not too long ago in which a pack of Utahraptors were depicted assaulting an Astrodon in an Early Cretaceous plains landscape. Since then, numerous other images that are very much alike have shown up in random places. This is one such imitation of Rey's painting. It is a little less earthy in its color tones and has a bit more of a motion blur added to the fast pace of the action that is taking place whereas Rey's painting is like a well focused freeze frame of life in action. Additionally, Rey's image is a little outdated in terms of feathering in relation to maniraptoriformes and theropods whereas this image is done in what we can consider the latest scientific based style of feathering on a deinonychosaur. This Astrodon appears to be running away with the Utahraptor (I assume it is a Utah raptor with an adult or near adult Astrodon) rather than dashing it against the trees in the scene or tossing it away from its body, which could be disastrously dangerous considering we can imagine the other Utahraptors slowing the Astrodon or this Utahraptor composing itself and doubling back on its body to attack the Astrodon. In the Early Cretaceous there would have been fewer large theropods that would have been willing to attack a full grown sauropod, but it would be refreshing to see that sort of image rather than more and more artists borrowing the "raptor pack" image from Rey with regard to Astrodon.