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Can't unsee dinosaur in birds

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- Fri, 06 Apr 2012 09:30:41 EST G+O3yQZI No.18601
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When did you realise that bird = dinosaur?
I'm not sure when for me, about 12 or so? I wonder now why it was even debated so long, look at them. There are still people who debate against it, aren't there?
What blows my mind are african greys, birds (dinosaurs) with the intelligence of a 3-5 year old, with the ability to learn human language (like actually use it, not just 'parrot' it). There's our inteligent dinosaurs.
Also the fact that i can have as many pet dinosaurs as i want. I currently have five. Awesome badass dinosaurs with huge claws for their size and gorgeous iridescent feathers and bright orange eyes and pink feet. They can be really vicious when they want to be, you can see the velociraptor in them, they're also a lot smarter than people think. Smarter than mammals of similar size (like rats) by far. Do you guys have any pet dinosaurs?
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Eugene Geddlespear - Fri, 06 Apr 2012 12:17:15 EST 6MgSA61S No.18603 Reply
No, but dinosaurs terrorize my neighborhood.
Fucking dinos, man, taking apart trash bags and going CAAAAAAAAAW CAAAAAAAAW CAAAAAAAAAAAW all morning when they get all cretaceous in their tree.
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Shitting Guvingchark - Tue, 10 Apr 2012 14:11:54 EST pWTvG5dH No.18624 Reply
Got a pet dinosaur, green and grey, classic theme. She knows 30 words or so, and uses them in context. Unless she's just gabbing to herself.
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Oliver Sottinghedge - Tue, 10 Apr 2012 15:40:33 EST G+O3yQZI No.18628 Reply
>>18624
Have you looked into parrot intelligence?
She's using them in context, she's a little primitive person!
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William Beblingcocke - Tue, 10 Apr 2012 18:52:12 EST TfjKeIe1 No.18629 Reply
Some years back.

I have a pet bird. She is a dinosaur and it's pretty obv.
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Hamilton Moffingleg - Tue, 10 Apr 2012 20:54:00 EST 38AR/hm8 No.18630 Reply
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I really see it in turkeys. They don't look like thanksgiving turkeys in real life. They look like little dinosaurs. Especially when there is a whole group of them wandering around in a forest or field. Look at these bastards.

I was in Florida once. It was a foresty kind of area, the morning air was warm and misty. It felt prehistoric. I heard this bizarre screaming noise through the fog. It made me think of raptors. It turns out it was just a rooster though. They don't make a "cock-a-doodle-doo" sound like in cartoons, they sound intense.
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Angus Niggerfield - Sat, 14 Apr 2012 11:16:20 EST cnhQs/uR No.18638 Reply
>It made me think of raptors.

There's things that don't make you think of raptors?
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Alice Chisslefetch - Sat, 14 Apr 2012 17:45:31 EST 0i8ZhYwq No.18639 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Phineas Gorringlitch - Sat, 14 Apr 2012 19:33:27 EST Ul6r4SrV No.18640 Reply
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>>18639
Daww. What kind of baby?
What do you guys think of the beautiful hoatzin?
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Phineas Gorringlitch - Sat, 14 Apr 2012 19:37:00 EST Ul6r4SrV No.18641 Reply
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more hoatzin
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Archie Favingbanks - Sun, 15 Apr 2012 10:14:51 EST /4HaHKo8 No.18644 Reply
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Hoatzins gonna Hoatz
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Reuben Wurringlock - Tue, 17 Apr 2012 20:42:25 EST 3v5ViukW No.18651 Reply
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>>18630
DUDE
One time I was shrooming with my at the time girlfriend and we went outside to greet the early morning and I noticed a pack of wild turkeys at a group of pine trees and pointed them out and holy crap they were straight up dinosteppin all up ons
They even outdino Cassowaries
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Priscilla Bardwell - Wed, 18 Apr 2012 23:29:23 EST WiaCbfLL No.18653 Reply
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My home is a dinosaur feeding ground. My mom bought 6 chickens cause their daily period tastes so good. Anyways we feed them all the time, but half of the seed gets eaten up by robins, sparrows, and Quails. Dinosaurs are a part of my daily life
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Betsy Dabbleshit - Sat, 05 May 2012 06:00:01 EST LmHQgNCR No.18720 Reply
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Make fun of this man's sideburns and he will throw a dinosaur at your face.
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Hannah Shittingshit - Sat, 05 May 2012 16:28:58 EST zZbCJu8/ No.18722 Reply
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>>18720
goddamn. what is the name of that bird?
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Nathaniel Pubberwell - Sat, 05 May 2012 17:23:25 EST AAug+nsv No.18725 Reply
>>18722
That badass is known as the bearded vulture or lämmergeier.
People in Spain call it quebrantahuesos ("he who breaks the bones"), as bones are its main food source.
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Archie Fillerfoot - Sun, 06 May 2012 18:23:29 EST +spSmycS No.18730 Reply
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The surviving dinosaurs are really quite spectacular.
Peacock pheasants
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Charlotte Negglefuck - Tue, 08 May 2012 01:03:12 EST BLJrir6m No.18736 Reply
>>18725
If lämmergeier isn't German for Rape Eagle, it damn well should be.
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Walter Pondledutch - Wed, 09 May 2012 04:48:47 EST 7q7JfqcX No.18741 Reply
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>>18725
>>18736
>The Greek playwright Aeschylus was said to have been killed in 456 or 455 BC by a tortoise dropped by an eagle who mistook his bald head for a stone – if this incident did occur, the Lammergeier is a likely candidate for the "eagle".

Or it knew exactly what it was doing...
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SeVeNaD !BOoZeJAuzA - Wed, 09 May 2012 05:57:55 EST OzNCytp4 No.18742 Reply
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Golden Eagle Master Race Reporting In
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Cyril Goodwell - Thu, 10 May 2012 02:22:10 EST LmHQgNCR No.18747 Reply
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>>18742
I like how that corvid (?) leaving the scene is pretty much nature's version of 'cool guys don't look at explosions'.
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Hank Santana - Mon, 25 Mar 2013 22:45:00 EST SOGC93Me No.20077 Reply
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This thread just blew my mind. When I am finally in a place where I can get a pet, I am making it a dinosaur
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Archie Himblecocke - Mon, 25 Mar 2013 23:54:28 EST SxX/1L3U No.20080 Reply
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>>18742

Imagine a acrocanthosaurus with wings attacking you!
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Clara Mabblefoot - Tue, 02 Apr 2013 07:38:25 EST f4CRxyfx No.20101 Reply
>>20098
Birds are dinosaurs.
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Edward Goodridge - Sun, 14 Apr 2013 00:51:27 EST O6/4IJsR No.20136 Reply
>>20099
Fuck yeah bearded vultures!
Such intense birds.
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Jack Bingerpun - Thu, 25 Apr 2013 23:19:04 EST QyLYpsVl No.20161 Reply
yeah the cold blooded gigantic lizard 'evolved' into a warm blooded small flying bird
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Priscilla Crettinghedge - Sat, 27 Apr 2013 17:15:46 EST QyLYpsVl No.20168 Reply
>>20162
By those articles wouldn't armadillos be more like dinosaurs than birds?
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Ebenezer Blinderlug - Fri, 10 May 2013 22:40:19 EST zCPzOkfS No.20216 Reply
I had learned in school early on that birds were actually surviving dinosaurs (tbh, I suspect we've imagined them to have overly reptilian features that they actually did not have), but it never really clicked for me until I had a good look at the eagle pictured on bottles of Yuengling. That is one fierce-looking raptor.
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Betsy Grimdale - Sat, 11 May 2013 15:03:47 EST J6M8x275 No.20219 Reply
>>20216
it's a shame dinosaurs devolved into something as lame as birds

Why don't they kill people or at least fuck shit up on a bigger scale.
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Jenny Pengerkire - Sat, 11 May 2013 17:15:01 EST I8Locw/D No.20220 Reply
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>>20219
Because we killed and outgrew those that did, duuuh. Look up Haast Eagle and the Taung Child.
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Fucking Fiffingshaw - Sat, 11 May 2013 22:35:50 EST 0It4d+yQ No.20221 Reply
>>20219
Birds have to stay relatively small in order to fly, and if you choose size over flight you are a dumb dumb.
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Phineas Pangernane - Sun, 12 May 2013 11:56:04 EST 4mcuyqu3 No.20223 Reply
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>>20219
The Terror Birds were the successors of giant predatory dinosaurs. They rose to dominance in South America 3 million years after the giant asteroid fucked shit up in Dinosauristan, and only died out 2 million years ago. On a geological time scale, it was only bad luck that prevented Hernán Cortez and his conquistadors from being slaughtered by Aztec warriors riding giant fucking murderous dinosaurs and being sacrified to Elder Dinosaurian Gods in bloodthirsty rituals.
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Sidney Drorrybuck - Sun, 12 May 2013 20:32:52 EST ocqAkZkA No.20224 Reply
apparently the fossil record for all extant birds goes back no further than the latest cretaceous/early paleogene. it'd be really cool if its possible that some of the birds alive today (specifically ratites and birds of prey maybe?) were direct descendants of some of the medium sized bird-like theropods of the late cretaceous, maybe the ones that survived the impact by eating insects etc?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertebrate_fauna_of_the_Maastrichtian_stage#.E2.80.A0Non-Avian_Theropods
if some of these drawings are accurate, with a few anotomical exceptions, the resemblance between them and extant "primitive" birds is too uncanny.
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Cornelius Breffingcocke - Fri, 24 May 2013 17:18:10 EST 4mcuyqu3 No.20262 Reply
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DINOS EVERYWHERE
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Basil Wobblebanks - Sat, 01 Jun 2013 03:25:29 EST Xyh5IDWn No.20289 Reply
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Cassowary knows what you're thinking
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Hedda Cludgedat - Sun, 02 Jun 2013 17:35:40 EST R4wKj/1x No.20299 Reply
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>>20245
This one is too high to fly.
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Angus Wittinghore - Sun, 02 Jun 2013 19:59:04 EST LyoR3MhX No.20301 Reply
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>>20223
the late Hugo Chavez, holding Venezuela's national dinosaur
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Jarvis Saffingfore - Sun, 02 Jun 2013 20:00:22 EST LyoR3MhX No.20302 Reply
>>20301
*chief dinosaur. you can tell by the little beret
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Frederick Wamblestock - Mon, 03 Jun 2013 03:57:17 EST B+ELzogA No.20303 Reply
I was seeing dinosaurs in birds before that was even a commonly known thing as a kid because my family had a fuck ton of birds. Something like 100+ counting finches. I even had some gouldian finches that died super quick because one broke its neck and its mate said fuck this and killed itself too like the beautiful little loving dinosaur with wings that it was. Only bird we had after I was like 7 was a maroon bellied conure that was/is super chill and ate chicken when we gave it to her. I think she is like 18 now.

All of these images are gonna be sweet references to draw. Thanks
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Albert Dacklehood - Sat, 08 Jun 2013 03:10:10 EST qhoM2LW5 No.20328 Reply
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CARACARA DINOSAURIN, U MIRIN??
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Phoebe Murddale - Tue, 23 Jul 2013 11:55:30 EST 1cTumU5g No.20454 Reply
the feet is what did it for me. Same reason I think sauropods might be related to pachyderms. Look at a Brachiosaurus foot and tell me that thing doesn't look like it belongs on an elephant.
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Henry Bimblechit - Wed, 31 Jul 2013 14:51:15 EST VOg4V4Ra No.20474 Reply
>>20473
ooh so edgy I bet you get ass like a toilet seat with those skillz.
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Fucking Tootshaw - Tue, 15 Oct 2013 18:20:58 EST 5d7+pF44 No.20718 Reply
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but srsly, my favourite bird is the owl.

It is a bird right? It's not one of those weird "of its own species" things is it?

If it is a bird, what dinosaur do you think has evolved from?

Would love to have some help figuring it out
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Shit Blonningson - Sun, 20 Oct 2013 16:16:25 EST H1/0vGt3 No.20754 Reply
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How about some Argentavis? My personal favorite! As far as birds go, this is the one with the longest recorded wingspan.

>Just how big was Argentavis? To put things in perspective, one of the largest flying birds alive today is the Andean Condor, which has a wingspan of about 9 feet and weighs about 25 pounds. By comparison, Argentavis' wingspan was comparable to that of a small plane--about 25 feet--and it weighed somewhere between 150 and 250 pounds. By that token, Argentavis is best compared not to other birds, but to the huge, reptilian pterosaurs that preceded it by 60 million years, most notably the giant Quetzalcoatlus.

>A prehistoric bird the size of Argentavis presents some difficult issues, chief of which is how it managed to launch itself off the ground and keep itself in the air. It's now believed that this bird flew much like a pterosaur, unfurling its wings (but only rarely flapping them) in order to catch the high-altitude air currents. It's still unknown if Argentavis was an active predator of the huge mammals of late Miocene South America, or if, like a vulture, it contented itself with scavenging already-dead corpses.
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Basil Drimblewotch - Mon, 21 Oct 2013 17:51:44 EST DHv5Yd53 No.20760 Reply
>>20718
All birds stem from the same dinosaur, just like all dinoasaurs stem from the same archosaur.
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Hugh Sablingstock - Tue, 18 Feb 2014 04:01:33 EST LcccQmQR No.21184 Reply
I've never had a pet dinosaur, but I have shot many dinosaurs. Doesn't take much to take them down I'm afraid.
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Martin Smallfoot - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 02:52:52 EST U4uKApqa No.21248 Reply
>>mfw dinosaurs are fucking tasty, especially with ranch and deep fried.
>>mfw I have no face.
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daniels trailer park bryan - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 00:44:31 EST x5e62uB9 No.21339 Reply
>>21181
i know how does that thing fly???
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ashes (the cat) - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 02:25:00 EST x5e62uB9 No.21341 Reply
>>21339
the space fuckin aliens fucked up the carberator
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Clara Sorringtire - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 02:44:45 EST xnQP+wMA No.21345 Reply
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I've wanted one of these for sooooo long. I kinda brainfarted that this dude is a dino and now i want one even more. Or at least a rose breasted cockatoo, just because by the time I could afford to get a hyacinth the fucker would probably out live me.
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Clara Sorringtire - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 02:45:55 EST xnQP+wMA No.21346 Reply
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>>21345
Rosie very much related

nb for double post
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Samuel Danningmirk - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 10:55:44 EST zobm1M8o No.21354 Reply
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My pet dinosaur
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bongdroppington - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 16:25:39 EST iaoQn4ox No.21357 Reply
>>21354
I heard that scientists have recently discovered that t-rex may have been partly covered in feathers, thoughts? discuss
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Clara Sorringtire - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 17:25:29 EST xnQP+wMA No.21362 Reply
>>21357
yeah they were first for thermoregulation then evolved for flight control
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Jack Pemmledudge - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 02:08:12 EST oHUs1nxY No.21366 Reply
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These guys.
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Ian Drankinway - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 03:59:08 EST cQD+PYCo No.21406 Reply
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Officially my favorite living dinosaur
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Cedric Bigglebanks - Fri, 07 Mar 2014 09:18:44 EST IlHyuDxH No.21526 Reply
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"reptile" is an obselete word unless it includes birds.
Birds are as closely diverged to crocodiles as crocodiles are to lizards, if not closer.
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Thomas Fupperdut - Fri, 04 Apr 2014 20:27:55 EST F+WV9taV No.21670 Reply
>>21526
I get what you mean but just because a bird is a reptile descendant doesn't make all reptiles birds. It's like how a square is a rectangle but a rectangle isn't a square.
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Matilda Sonkinwill - Sat, 12 Apr 2014 21:30:11 EST AaqNH599 No.21687 Reply
This is my favorite thread in 420chan history
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William Dossleham - Mon, 14 Apr 2014 02:42:56 EST n6jyWB8b No.21692 Reply
>>21687
you have shittty tastes you should go and buy a nice dinner and enjoy it
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CatJesus - Thu, 29 May 2014 13:15:06 EST IIn6PmfD No.21809 Reply
>>21795
All cats are fat
boom
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Sidney Finderway - Wed, 04 Jun 2014 18:47:45 EST Kg3/Mov7 No.21819 Reply
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CAN'T UNSEE TULPAS IN HUMANS
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Matilda Blackleford - Mon, 09 Jun 2014 20:04:46 EST fhDLf0fD No.21829 Reply
>>21819
dinos didnt die they became telepathic and we're they're tuplas in a tupla MMO
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Augustus Greenridge - Tue, 10 Jun 2014 02:23:27 EST RSSl2XSR No.21830 Reply
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>>21829
the only mmo i eat is the mmo i smoke
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Jenny Murdfoot - Mon, 16 Jun 2014 03:07:23 EST iBcAifT6 No.21845 Reply
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>>18630
Canada geese do it for me. They're like modern coelophysis
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John Fomblefone - Wed, 18 Jun 2014 19:48:41 EST odTV9aQe No.21853 Reply
>>20161
AND EVOLUTION DOSNT MEAN BIGGER AND BADDER, SO IF IT MENT SERVIVING AND IT PROLLY DID SMALLER WOULD BE BETTER, ESPECIALLY IF THERE WAS LESS FOOD OR IF THEY WERE NO LONGER THE ALPHA PREDATOR, SORRY THIS IS ALL CAP IM AT WORK, WE DO EVERYTHING IN CAPS
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Ernest Chendlefoot - Sun, 22 Jun 2014 01:02:15 EST IGGAfCPQ No.21867 Reply
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Fuck all these birds. This is the dino's best evolution
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Fuck Hungertotch - Thu, 26 Jun 2014 02:03:56 EST OaW+khaS No.21875 Reply
>>18653
Why does everyone talk about their moms? How come you fags wont admit your daddy issues? Your dad is better than you in every way. He was able to smooth over you precious mothers and bare her child. Stop beimg like your mom or youll never get laid.
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Basil Lightstone - Thu, 26 Jun 2014 16:40:16 EST ayySUZnv No.21876 Reply
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>>21867
yeah JENK is the best evolution!!!
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John Cribberteg - Mon, 16 Jan 2017 13:10:07 EST TFb5GTWo No.23441 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Martha Capperlerk - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 10:47:21 EST Jdn0qw5G No.23442 Reply
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> dinosaur in birds

If hyper intelligent birds build mechs, they'd look like dinosaurs.
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Nigel Dorryfield - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 19:21:40 EST QiVZWUm8 No.23443 Reply
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>>18601
>hen did you first realize bird = dinosaur?

Right about the first momentI saw one of these bastards.
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Polly Fanwater - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 14:22:20 EST /ej2iD5P No.23502 Reply
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>>18741
that story always make me think of Mario Kart
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mudkipz !!Tm2SflTL - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 23:06:56 EST te8bsLb2 No.23503 Reply
I know that feel man.
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Walter Bushkure - Wed, 19 Apr 2017 22:17:45 EST zC0JR+X5 No.23509 Reply
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>>18601
Many years ago, man learned to train dinosaurs to catch fish for him.
And it was awesome.
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Fanny Fuckingbanks - Mon, 22 May 2017 23:39:17 EST ZoVZyeua No.23518 Reply
does anyone think that aliens grew from birds (or vice-versa)?
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Wolf Hailey - Fri, 09 Jun 2017 01:04:37 EST Q/1mGpid No.23522 Reply
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Bird up.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_divergence
Time and space are moving in circles for Dino's. Stay gay fish and get aged. Nostradamus this time warp.
Golden Age flow.
I wish I was brachyceratops; out and about with a ayahausca leaf all day, every day.
Fuck a t Rex I want brachyceratops class back. Slapping that pussy like a retard and Dino's nothing but feng shui.
Dank.
Genetic divergence. I wonder if dinosaurs were overminds.
They got void like dragons, TIMES
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Henry Fosslekot - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 22:21:38 EST ry3KYojQ No.23524 Reply
>>23523
Earthman, your Mickey Mouse is one big stupid dope!
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Sophie Heffingnere - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 17:21:11 EST RuME3bDI No.23532 Reply
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>>23522
MAN FUCK BIRD UP! SNAIL DOWN.

(atleast that's the old way of thinking about dinosaurs)
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Eliza Duckshaw - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 04:26:51 EST bLXxsr8x No.23750 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE

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