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Dinosaurs are still alive
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All you have to do is look up at the sky to see them.

Yes, that's right, birds are in fact, dinosaurs. Birds evolved from Saurichian dinosaurs, which include the theropod dinosaurs. Theropod dinosaurs are the carnivorous dinosaurs, which include the velociraptor and tyrannosaurus rex. Modern birds are a member of Maniraptora, a branch of these theropod dinosaurs.

http://www.zmescience.com/other/science-abc/birds-dinosaurs/
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So your saying we need more windmills so we can kill off all birds and finally end the dinosaurs?
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Not necessarily true. The relatively recent ancestors of modern birds evolved long before the dinosaurs went extinct. It's likely that birds and the dinosaurs that died off were distant cousins at best. It may be possible that the common ancestor of the dinosaurs that died in the extinction event and the birds wasn't even something considered dinosaur at all, but something older.

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/05/feathered-fossils-china-reveal-dawn-modern-birds
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Crocodiles and sharks are dinos too!
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Sharks and some lizards are also dinosaurs.
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Giantsgiants wrote:

All you have to do is look up at the sky to see them.

Yes, that's right, birds are in fact, dinosaurs. Birds evolved from Saurichian dinosaurs, which include the theropod dinosaurs. Theropod dinosaurs are the carnivorous dinosaurs, which include the velociraptor and tyrannosaurus rex. Modern birds are a member of Maniraptora, a branch of these theropod dinosaurs.


Well, I see we've been on a school trip to our nature center lately.
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Barbarians are consider Dinosaurs!

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Coelacanth (National Geographic)
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We aren't P. catalaunicus, and birds aren't dinosaurs.
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T-Rex was a big ol' giant turkey.

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zangeif123 wrote:

T-Rex was a big ol' giant turkey.]


No, no, the Velociraptor was a six-foot turkey.
Now go tell that to Sam Neill, grow up, and get a job at Jurassic World.
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Ejanss wrote:


zangeif123 wrote:

T-Rex was a big ol' giant turkey.]


No, no, the Velociraptor was a six-foot turkey.
Now go tell that to Sam Neill, grow up, and get a job at Jurassic World.


Velociraptor was inaccurately portrayed in Jurassic Park. They were literally the size of turkeys.

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Crocodiles and sharks are dinos too!


nope they aren't dinosaurs are specific category of reptiles that crocodiles aren't part off (they split earlier on)and sharks are a type of fish nor are their any dinosaurs that are purely aquatic or that can achieve true flight
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No. They are not. They are Birds. They evolved from Dinosaurs.



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