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    Default Dinosaurs did not become extinct they evolved?

    woolly mammoths look like elephants
    sabre tooth tigers look like tigers now
    elks are moose
    and there's probably more







    if you arch the back and reposition the legs on the second skeleton it would look pretty much like the first skeleton.


    the first is a rat

    and the second is a dinosaur called Marasuchus lilloensis

    it has four legs so i reckon it would have ran around on all four legs instead of two hind legs as pictured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol' Dirty Trixˣ View Post
    woolly mammoths look like elephants
    sabre tooth tigers look like tigers now
    elks are moose
    and there's probably more







    if you arch the back and reposition the legs on the second skeleton it would look pretty much like the first skeleton.


    the first is a rat

    and the second is a dinosaur called Marasuchus lilloensis

    it has four legs so i reckon it would have ran around on all four legs instead of two hind legs as pictured.
    none of the animals mentioned in the first paragraph are dinosaurs. saying Marasuchus walked on 4 legs like a rat isnt enough evidence that it evolved and didnt die out


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    personally i believed some dinosaurs had evolved but majority had become extinct but small mammals survived and most modern land animals come from those small mammals that had survived


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    i also think that particular dinosaur would have been furry too, if rats are descended from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol' Dirty Trixˣ View Post
    i also think that particular dinosaur would have been furry too, if rats are descended from them.
    where have u heard that rats came from dinosaurs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rakimkoolgrapwutang View Post
    where have u heard that rats came from dinosaurs.


    i haven't heard it from anywhere, it's from my observation. look at the bones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol' Dirty Trixˣ View Post
    it's from my observation.


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    how many four-legged species are there that walks on only two legs?
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    Haha wtf, a few species of dinosaur evolved to birds, not mammals

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    to me, from the look of the bones, it looks like a giant rodent, not a cold-blooded reptile. just talking about that particular skeleton.
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    though, there are reptiles now that do look like smaller dinosaurs.
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    "scientific facts" about dinosaurs are changing everyday with newfound evidences. i think its pretty safe to say they are the ancestors of modern day birds. majority of them are agreeing now that many T-Rex had muhfuckin feathers n shit..

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    In 2004, the scientific journal Nature published a report describing an early tyrannosauroid, Dilong paradoxus, from the famous Yixian Formation of China. As with many other theropods discovered in the Yixian, the fossil skeleton was preserved with a coat of filamentous structures which are commonly recognized as the precursors of feathers. It has also been proposed that Tyrannosaurus and other closely related tyrannosaurids had such protofeathers. However, skin impressions from a Tyrannosaurus rex specimen nicknamed "Wyrex" (BHI 6230) discovered in Montana in 2002,[68] as well as other large tyrannosaurid specimens, show mosaic scales,[69] leading Xu et al. (2004) to speculate that the tyrannosauroids may have had different skin coverings on different parts of their bodies - perhaps mixing scales and feathers. They also speculated that feathers may correlate negatively with body size - that juveniles may have been feathered, then shed the feathers and expressed only scales as the animal became larger and no longer needed insulation to stay warm. They based this on the fact that as an object increases in size, its ability to retain heat increases due to its decreasing surface area-to-volume ratio. Therefore, as large animals evolve in or disperse into warm climates, a coat of fur or feathers loses its selective advantage for thermal insulation and can instead become a disadvantage, as the insulation traps excess heat inside the body, possibly overheating the animal. Protofeathers may also have been secondarily lost during the evolution of large tyrannosaurids like Tyrannosaurus, especially in warm Cretaceous climates.
    This theory was challenged by the discovery of Yutyrannus, a 9 meter (30 ft) long, 1,400 kilogram (3,100 lb) tyrannosauroid that preserved feathers on some widely-spaced body parts, indicating that its whole body was covered in feathers, but it is worth noting that it lived in a much colder environment.

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    that tail is too long for a bird. plus if it had wings then the wings would be quite big in comparison to the legs and tail. the arms and the tail of that skeleton does not suggest it had wings.
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    if it lived in a cold climate then it would make sense for it to have fur. think of the animals in the arctic, they tend to have fur.
    Last edited by Ol' Dirty Trixˣ; 10-24-2012 at 07:46 PM.
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