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- Wed, 22 Jul 2015 01:38:24 EST jCXB5gVt No.23017
File: 1437543504928.png -(159619B / 155.88KB, 418x336) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Pangea
Anyone ever wonder about the land scape of Pangea? How big where its mountains and lakes and what not? Does the one ocean on the planet at the time have a name?
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James Cranningtick - Thu, 10 Sep 2015 00:46:36 EST EIhWLSqW No.23060 Reply
>>23058
I wonder just what it would look like with all that crazy ass life swimming around. Jellyfish the size of football fields. Cthulu probably chillin somewhere.
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Nell Seddlesut - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 21:03:25 EST 88heRI2d No.23061 Reply
>>23060
read Aquagenesis by Richard Ellis,
it's all about the evolution of life in the seas from a bunch of hypothetical's about the creation of the first cells in the toxic sludge, to mutharfuckarn Trilobites and beyond through the great age of fishes, marine reptiles, moth fucking giant manatees, it has it all
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Emma Blinkinspear - Mon, 02 Nov 2015 06:23:55 EST Ql4bvra3 No.23137 Reply
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I imagine it was a desert.
Picture unrelated.

listen, buddy, you cant

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- Tue, 20 Oct 2015 21:27:12 EST 8lSwt1P/ No.23097
File: 1445390832241.jpg -(46402B / 45.31KB, 1000x480) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. listen, buddy, you cant
you cant fuck the toxic gay skeksi. its gay, and only for other skeksis. maybe also for gelflings, who despite their comparative hideousness were right not to trust this smug stephenfryass renaissance leatherbird. it is in fact generally known and advised that if a skeksi makes any kind of advance toward you, it is only because it wishes to lure you into its castle and drain your life essence.

Dinosaurs - by Dr. Thomas R. Holtz Jr. (Author), Luis V. Rey (Illustrator)

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- Sat, 22 Aug 2015 19:08:55 EST aXXNfu2p No.23049
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This book was super-informative with really nice art when it came out; 12-year-old me loved it.

It came out in 2007.

How out-of-date is it, and are there any modern revisions of it?
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John Gipperfoot - Sat, 22 Aug 2015 19:29:56 EST aXXNfu2p No.23056 Reply
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>>23055
Luis Rey made this particular thing for his parents when he was twelve - it's the cover of a book his nerdy ass made.

>tripod posture

>three fingers
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Simon Blatherforth - Mon, 21 Sep 2015 05:02:31 EST IUacbNHJ No.23067 Reply
I feel like I had a book that looked just like this when I was a little kid but that would have been the mid 90's

65 or 66?

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- Tue, 08 Oct 2013 06:23:44 EST lGPiaphA No.20684
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Since when was it decided that the K-T event was 66 mya instead of 65? Growing up it was always 65, wen did that extra million years sneak in?

The Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) extinction event,[a] formerly known as the Cretaceous–Tertiary (K–T) extinction, was a mass extinction of some three-quarters of plant and animal species on Earth—including all non-avian dinosaurs—that occurred over a geologically short period of time 66 million years (Ma) ago.[2][3][4] It marked the end of the Cretaceous period and with it, the entire Mesozoic Era, opening the Cenozoic Era which continues today.
-from wikipedia
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Dinosaur Army

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- Sun, 21 Dec 2014 13:00:03 EST nX/4l49a No.22298
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Say we were successful in recreating large carnivorous dinosaurs, and the price goes down. Would the military eventually have a dino command unit? Would it be a new branch?

Is our grandchildren's grandchildren going to know the distinction between a storm siren and a dino siren?
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Basil Cliddlefuck - Sat, 31 Jan 2015 10:06:59 EST QlQ2THKl No.22489 Reply
>>22328
Sorry, Thomas. It's not the best of my work.
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Dave1307 !5sOc46aTSI - Wed, 19 Aug 2015 18:40:28 EST rQfZ0Xwl No.23048 Reply
Jurassic World says no

Shrink wrapped Dinosaur syndrome.

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- Thu, 11 Jun 2015 22:26:41 EST A+5dLJIP No.22911
File: 1434076001909.jpg -(205916B / 201.09KB, 639x899) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Shrink wrapped Dinosaur syndrome.
Should we talk about it?
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reb - Wed, 12 Aug 2015 06:45:30 EST UgeaSE0O No.23041 Reply
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>>22975
+1

well said, even if i still believe we can quite accurately deduce what some animals / species looked like only based on skeletal forms. the shrink wrapped sketches are an exaggeration.
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Walter Fankinstotch - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 16:56:37 EST 7Cy9byy+ No.23043 Reply
>>22975
That's a damn fine and level-headed post you got there, thanks for that.. A+ you win the 420chan scholarship paid entirely in stank tokens

Wondering if you guys have seen this!

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- Thu, 04 Jun 2015 19:36:11 EST fc3Y2Nhw No.22901
File: 1433460971951.jpg -(24620B / 24.04KB, 115x65) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Wondering if you guys have seen this!
http://store.steampowered.com/app/346110

This is a pretty epic dinosaur game. You die a lot but you get to see a hell of a lot of prehistoric species.
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Nell Clannerspear - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 20:19:56 EST aMpnYQuv No.22927 Reply
>>22924
What are you talking about? Its the first game you can play as a man or a women with horrible gigantism
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Ernest Sankinlock - Fri, 24 Jul 2015 22:38:52 EST II0JGDju No.23024 Reply
why a fuckin dragon at the end?h

Looking for a Thread

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- Fri, 19 Jun 2015 14:56:28 EST dKV9Qp5c No.22929
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For the love of god, guys I don't know where else to turn. A while back, maybe a couple years someone on /b/ posted a fantastic thread about the poster exploring in the wilderness near his home and coming across a bunch of dinosaur eggs and fossils. The thread ensued with posters suggesting what the OP should do with them. It was probably the greatest thread I've ever been apart of but no one on /b/ seems to have a screen cap of it. So I come here in the hopes that someone in /dino/ might have it saved somewhere. Help me Obi Won Kenobi, you're my only hope.
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so................ feathers?

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- Sun, 13 Jul 2014 14:14:52 EST AcQOitfu No.21903
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discuss
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sat, 23 May 2015 17:09:40 EST qn54K6Iq No.22879 Reply
>>21903
People should know that feathers are just altered versions of scales that grow vertically instead of horizontally.

Why?

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- Fri, 29 May 2015 11:08:20 EST YtLRIXJA No.22886
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Why did T-Rex have tiny arms? Seems a strange evolution mutation.
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Nathaniel Hommlestidge - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 21:46:29 EST A+5dLJIP No.22910 Reply
Because their only job was to hold up their ears, we don't know this though because ears don't fossilize.
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Walter Supperluck - Sat, 27 Jun 2015 23:14:23 EST cfJ29Hyh No.22946 Reply
balance
sexy to the dinobrain
less sensory allocation, so all everything is about legs and jaw
also they kill, eat and kiss with mouth/teeth
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Isabella Wanninghood - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 11:58:47 EST AuroEA6+ No.23790 Reply
growl
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