paleontology, for those who loves dinosaurs

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    Imagine the secrets that lay buried under her ice...
     
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    I took this in a Luthern church in Estonia. Painted in the 1500's the scene in Job talking about the Behemoth.

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    Dinosaur.
     
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    Ben oui, well yes i know that my post was about the fact if the dinosaur have survive like Troodon.
     
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    Hi Dalia! How are you? :bye1:
    T rex is not my only "love". I like Stegosaurus too :biggrin:

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    Bonsoir esthermoon :bye1:and the smallest dinosaur compare to the T-Rex
    Maniraptoran dinosaurs
     
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    Well birds and crocodiles have survived, and they were dinosaurs once long ago.
     
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    Dalia, a little known fact about the dinosaurs:

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    Yes, but my post was about the fact that if the dinosaur Troodon had survive he could look like some kind of humanoid:)
     
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    I love it:badgrin: thank...

    The latest theory about dinosaurs suggests they may have lived mostly in the water, needing the buoyancy of aquatic life to support their huge frames. Here is a round up of other recent theories.
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    Planet Dinosaur: Spinosaurus - the biggest predator ever to walk the Earth
    that they died out from constipation due to changes in plant-life and that they never really existed, instead being a myth created by evolution theorists.
    Or maybe they smoke to much plants :badgrin:
     

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