Henry Sharpe is a Canadian illustrator and paleontology student with a penchant for hiking in Crocs.
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The Medusa of Time
Daniel Hudon traipses among the strata at Mistaken Point, where stone impressions of the distant past provide clues to existence.
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Henry Sharpe is a Canadian natural sciences illustrator who specializes in prehistoric life. He has worked for scientists in university and museum settings around the world on a variety of illustrations, including the earliest known example of parental care in the fossil record and the first saber-toothed cat remains found in Canada. He is also an undergraduate paleontology student at the University of Alberta, with an interest in the life appearance of dinosaurs. Henry volunteers with the Mountainous Alberta Dinosaur Project, doing fieldwork that takes him wading in Crocs through the frigid rivers of Alberta’s Front Ranges.