While I was writing my dinosaur book today, I realized a big problem with the project. I completely underestimated how my awakened prehistory knowledge would affect my writing process. As a result, I went completely overboard on creating a fictional prehistoric ecosystem, producing over three dozen species. When I introduced these species in the second chapter, it quickly became VERY long-winded and detail-oriented. Therefore, as excited as I am to reengage with the topic of prehistory, I desperately need to bring this knowledge to heel or my readers will quickly lose interest. With this in mind, I will only include ten species, which will be just enough for biodiversity without overwhelming my audience.