Knight, Charles Robert, 1874-1953
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Originally entitled "Leaping Laelaps," this watercolor may be the earliest depiction of theropods, or actually any dinosaur, as highly active and dynamic, based on the opinions of E.D. Cope and Henry Fairfield Osborn, the curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History at the time of the painting's commission.
Two rhinoceros-like mammals with six horns and large canines, one grazing in background, the other standing in profile view in center. The Eobasileus is closely related to Uintatherium.