Tina's Drawing (C/N)

Picture drawn by Tina Bowman of a Procompsognathus triassicus shortly after being bitten by one at a beach in the Cabo Blanco Biological Reserve. Although initially he was adamant that the girl’s attacker was nothing more than a common basilisk lizard, Dr. Marty Guitierrez decided to send the drawing, along with the remains of the creature, to the Tropical Disease Laboratory of Columbia University Medical Center after noticing that the animal sketched by Tina appeared to have three toes, as opposed to the five usually found in basilisks. Later on, Alice Levin remarked that the “lizard” in the drawing looked very much like a dinosaur due to the long neck, thick tail and bipedal posture, although this suggestion was quickly refuffed by Dr. Richard Stone.