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DICKS EVERYWHERE Fighting

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- Wed, 03 Aug 2016 00:11:54 EST RlPwaaYJ No.23342
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Within the last few days I've enjoyed watching cock fighting on youtube, imagining that this is like prehistoric, by millennia, dinosaur fights.

Is this wrong? Or is this right?
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Oliver Shittingwell - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 20:43:58 EST LmOyZ2ea No.23355 Reply
>>23348

How is changing into a chicken from a t rex "beneficial?" Your hypothesis is incorrect based on the evidence that chickens are crap compared to dinosaurs.
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Sophie Smallman - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 06:09:05 EST tNHDlG8B No.23360 Reply
>>23355
Not at all, dinosaurs are inefficient as shit, do you know how much food it takes to keep a T-Rex alive? A chicken can live on basically nothing and craps out future generations like there's no tomorrow. Evolution doesn't mean 'always become something huger with moar teeth and lasers for eyes' it means 'do whatever the fuck you gotta do to survive nigga'
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Lillian Hendertadging - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 08:18:50 EST 4luNYzRh No.23362 Reply
>>23360
Yeah, chickens have evolved (through pressures we applied) to be awesome for us, and now their species is protected by humanity. Sucks ass for the individuals but as a species they give us eggs and meat and we will keep them extremely numerous for that.

Mankind out evolved neanderthal by chucking out our young faster and needing less food to survive and working out how to make do. We are the embodiment of "do whatever the fuck you gotta do to survive nigga". We grew em cheap and nasty and it worked.

Roaring

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- Tue, 26 Jul 2016 13:48:32 EST kQdFB5Nk No.23338
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It seems like 90% of carnivorous dinosaur pictures feature the dinosaurs roaring dramatically in every conceivable situation. And often, in circumstances where it would be unbeneficial for the dinosaur to roar, such as when it's chasing after smaller prey.

Just how often would dinosaurs have really roared, or would they've even roared at all?
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Esther Pevingtotch - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 08:56:16 EST SHzCFkCH No.23341 Reply
Those dinosaurs aren't roaring, they are cooling themselves down. Large dinosaurs had not sweat glands, and the climate was a lot warmer then than it is now. So it was important for the dinosaur to be able to keep itself cool. And the way it did this was through it's teeth. When the dinosaur became hot, it's body would instinctively redirect blood flow to the teeth. The dinosaur would then open its mouth, and the air on it's teeth would cool its blood stream down, and stop the dino from overheating. T-rexs were in fact docile herbivores, their large teeth were just part of their elaborate in-built cooling system.
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Sophie Smallman - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 06:15:13 EST tNHDlG8B No.23361 Reply
>>23341
Yo you are full of shit homie. 'docile herbivores' ayylmao...
Dinosaurs would not have roared. If they needed to cool themselves they would probably have held their mouths open like some iguanids do, but you got to remember that only some dinosaurs were endothermic, and then only partially. In mammals our bodies generate heat which we use to enable metabolism. In exotherms, they wait for their body to heat up which enables their metabolism to work. Higher heat just meant their metabolism would operate at a faster rate.

"Dinosuars" made from found "bones"

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- Sun, 13 Dec 2015 20:56:50 EST VvaM93gp No.23174
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im not casting reasonable doubt but how can we trust treasure hunters and "muesem scienists" to tell use what was in the place we dug up before the information is processed?
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Phyllis Toothall - Sun, 14 Aug 2016 01:05:40 EST hVcm9NgZ No.23352 Reply
>>23262
As someone who licks buttholes I ask that you please don't associate us with that douche turtle
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Oliver Shittingwell - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 20:12:08 EST LmOyZ2ea No.23354 Reply
Fossils are rocks. Where do they find these rocks? Inside other rocks. Who else finds rocks inside rocks? Sculptors.

Paleontologists are just sculptors who want us to believe their final product is scientological.

Dinosaur sounds

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- Sun, 24 Jul 2016 07:43:21 EST xojQRmUD No.23336
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http://www.futurity.org/dinosaurs-closed-mouth-vocalization-1200502-2/

So it might be possible dinosaurs made sounds like crocodilians and (big) birds.

Closed mouth mumbling and growling and chirping and hissing. Following some videos of alligators and big birds, to give you some ideas of what closed mouth vocalization sounds like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_yyvTRVoZQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kYiJAwVbEs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dcQO6Zb8Eg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLSaNktIdqw

Next time you hear some sickass beats coming out of a gateway to the past, keep in mind, those aren't sickass beats. Those are some hungry dinos.

Look at this fag...

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- Sat, 06 Feb 2016 01:43:18 EST PEhDv50w No.23207
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>calls itself a dinosaur
>has a sail like a dimetrodon
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Barnaby Snodshit - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 04:24:56 EST 8OOn7oWi No.23335 Reply
>>23208
If T-rex was a comicbook character then this would be it's gritty 90's reboot. Probably uses swear words too.

Every dinosaur must report to duty, pronto

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- Tue, 07 Apr 2015 09:46:36 EST uFe8iAVH No.22812
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Velociraptor reporting to duty.
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Felchie Felcher - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 04:57:41 EST G8Cu3nF4 No.23326 Reply
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Pterodactyl in this squad. Dino boys 2016. Bringing the fire.

on holes

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- Mon, 16 Feb 2015 23:33:41 EST +nOanmLE No.22599
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I hate that we have to pee from the same hole we make babies from, what disgusting rat creature brought that feature into the gene pool?
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Thomas Sommlehall - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 02:49:59 EST 1uJcY5Se No.23057 Reply
>>23037
Don't forget all the holes in our skin. Called pores.
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Nigel Goodman - Tue, 12 Jul 2016 22:34:58 EST +jiyDvql No.23322 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE

DINOSAURS WERE TRIPPING PREHISTORIC BALLS

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- Thu, 12 Feb 2015 10:24:27 EST Ir+nbds9 No.22557
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> Researchers have claimed that dinosaurs may have been tripping on hallucinogens. They have discovered a perfectly preserved amber fossil that contains the oldest grass specimen ever found, on top of which was a 100 million-year-old form of the ergot fungus, according to US publication Pacific Standard.

>Ergot is found on grasses such as rye and wheat and is famed for the hallucinogenic side effects it has on humans. Dr Poinar said it was impossible to know the effects the fungus may have had on dinosaurs. "We can look and see what ergot does to lizards and birds today - and it does have an effect on them," he said.

DOIN DINO DRUGS ALL DAY

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/11407787/Were-dinosaurs-tripping-on-hallucinogens.html
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Reuben Brerrykare - Tue, 12 Jul 2016 14:17:59 EST kq6nZg3i No.23321 Reply
>>23320
Also I'm the fag/OP of this thread. Regretting not using
>DOIN' DANK DINO DRUGS DAILY
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Barnaby Dreddletotch - Wed, 13 Jul 2016 06:36:18 EST xojQRmUD No.23323 Reply
>>23320
Jaguars chew on ayuasca roots.

It's not really tripping, ayuasca roots have no hallucinogenic contents. It's kind of like taking a fuckload of anti-depressants in combination with a slight stimulant/opiate, because it involves dopamine releases.

Dino/Prehistory Youtube Channels

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- Sun, 10 Jul 2016 12:29:07 EST KtxxQoVC No.23316
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Does anyone have suggestions for good dino channels?

There's a couple I watch regularly:

> Your Dinosaurs Are Wrong
This guy takes shitty plastic dinos and uses them as a frame for talking about dino anatomy and why it is how it is. It's really good and was sucked into watching like a dozen videos when I first saw it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mg-_4GFbYs

>Royal Tyrell Museum
This is just a paleontology museum that puts their lecture series online. It's dry, but it's a good listen on a chill Sunday morning. It's nice because you get to hear from people who are actively researching discussing their findings... or sometimes it's just overviews.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4p9EWuVxYQ&index=53&list=PLE5C051E20D553713
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Oliver Clayford - Sun, 10 Jul 2016 17:57:38 EST VBdbrWPD No.23317 Reply
>>23316
I would recommend SciShow, they have some good pieces on dinos

BWD

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- Tue, 20 Sep 2011 18:38:06 EST XtKSvMQ/ No.17666

Bump When Dinosaured

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theoretical discussion for serious archaeologists

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- Tue, 12 Apr 2016 22:16:28 EST 5p2Fkmwr No.23268
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would it have been possible to get high from huffing dino shit?
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David Deckleridge - Fri, 06 May 2016 08:25:37 EST 6TCwxE6/ No.23278 Reply
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Woah!

This is some deep shit! But almost seems like it should be over in /jenk/ so other fellow jenkers could partake of this conundrum.
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Frederick Herringpet - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:54:37 EST VBdbrWPD No.23311 Reply
Yes, seeing how all fecal matter produces methane gas.

Lame

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- Sat, 09 Jul 2016 13:22:04 EST oFebMzrU No.23309
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That picture is so antropocentric it's not even funny.

Seriously it's like a low budget star trek race where they added some makeup an a mask to a guy.

Why do sapient dinosaurs have to look so much like humans? It's really a faliure in imagination and egotism that the artist made them look so similar to us.

Fucking Dolphins could rise to sapience in the next 100-500 thousand years and they are not going to look like underwater humans in consumes.
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Frederick Herringpet - Sat, 09 Jul 2016 16:52:07 EST VBdbrWPD No.23310 Reply
>>23309
>they are not going to look like underwater humans in consumes
YOU LIE

slutasaruouses

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- Tue, 24 May 2016 18:03:06 EST XWuhMKJ8 No.23287
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did dinosaurs fuck other dinosaurs species?
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John Noshshit - Wed, 29 Jun 2016 14:44:09 EST Jw5N5OK2 No.23305 Reply
Let's be honest it probably wouldn't have much say
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Phyllis Pammerbanks - Tue, 26 Jul 2016 13:59:34 EST kQdFB5Nk No.23339 Reply
>>23287
I doubt dinosaurs were societal enough to have non-reproductive sex for pleasure in the first place. Even today only a handful of species can do that; apes, cetaceans, canines, horses...

Dinosaur Dancing

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- Sun, 15 May 2016 12:59:17 EST 2zc+fDq0 No.23280
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Does anyone know any alternative dinosaur-related dances? I've been Walking the Dinosaur for almost 10 years now, and it's getting a little stale.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYKupOsaJmk

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