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The animal everyone thought was 25 meters long, but in reality only is about 7 meters in length, since the fossil of its head was estimated to have been a fifth of its body length.

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If you have seen the legendary "Walking With Dinosaurs" series from 1999, then you know this massive marine reptile is one big bully. Yes yes, it is not as big as originally thought back then, but seriously tho.

Would you like to meet up with an animal like this one in the middle of the ocean? I'd much rather have a shark circling me, that's for sure.

This bad boy, had one hell of a massive jaw, also meaning a hell of a bitemark. And just 1 tooth would almost be long enough to impale you.

You would not wish to encounter this bloke on your aquatic adventures. Unless you are this big underwater teeth-train yourself.

WHAT A MAD LAD.

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03/17/2019 5:40 pm
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Makaneek
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W H A T A M A D L A D !
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11/28/2018 7:02 pm
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SpideyBoi
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Dude. I never knew you were a prehistoric expert like me! Here's a quiz to make sure:
  • Mammals evolved from reptiles in the early Triassic before dinosaurs evolved.
True
False
  • Birds are a part of the group 'Theropoda'
True
False
  • Birds evolved from reptiles
True
False
  • Theropods have/had four toes

True
False
  • Sauropods were in the order Saurischia, along with theropods
True
False
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Hope you enjoyed. Reply to me with your answers and give short explanations.
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11/28/2018 7:37 pm
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Mammals did not evolve fully before the dinosaurs. In the Triassic, the closest you get to a mammal is the cynapsids, or "mammal-like" reptiles. It's really first in the jurassic that some of the "actual" mammals showed up.

Birds are "avian" dinosaurs, that evolved from non-avian theropod dinosaurs.

Birds evolved from reptiles, yes. Birds (avian dinosaurs) evolved from non-avian dinosaurs, which evolved from the archosaurs, the first animals capable of bipedal movement. These archosaurs would also evolve into rauisuchians and eventually crocodiles.

Theropods are "three-toed dinosaurs". However some ornithischian dinosaurs also had three toes (mainly the smaller species). Usually theropods are in general associated with most of the carnivorous dinosaurs, but also a few omnivores and herbivores like Gallimimus.

Sauropods are in the order Saurischia (Meaning lizard hips, ironically enough considering the birds evolved from this order) yes. The order which is split in two; theropoda and saurpodomorpha. Sauropods started out as pro-sauropods, of which a lot of them were bipedal or at least could walk bipedal at times.


And yes, I am pretty interested in dinosaurs, as you perhaps would be able to tell just by my name.

I have my own big collection of teeth and bones from various dinosaurs, as well as a ton of fossils from other prehistoric creatures, including a partial Tylosaurus jaw. And in a few days, I'll recieve the frontal skull of a Sigilmassasaurus, which I am pretty damn excited for.

Could perhaps post some pictures of the collection some day, but we'll see.
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11/29/2018 7:53 pm
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SpideyBoi
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I just searched up Sigilmassasaurus. Is it the carcharodont or the spinosaurid?
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11/29/2018 8:02 pm
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It is a spinosaurid. It is the so called "Spinosaurus B", which had been found parts of before world war II, but then the museum, in which the fossils/specimens were kept, was bombed. So now there are very few pieces identified as a sigilmassasaurus.
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11/30/2018 5:45 pm
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SpideyBoi
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Facts you might not have known: Spinosaurus lived in Egypt when it wasn't all desert ; When Spinosaurus was first found, they thought it was a carcharodont. They never even thought it had a crocodile snout. ; Spinosaurus had sensors on its snout which modern crocodiles have, too. The sensors were used to detect prey in murky waters. ; If you tried to swim away from this guy, your thoughts would go from 'Haha, that thing looks hilarious! Haha!' to 'OH GOD, GOTTA SWIM FOR MY LIFE!' in seconds. ; This guy was exactly like a crocodile, except it had a distinctive sail and a crest. From its lifestyle to design, this guy was a 'croco-saurus', you might say. ; The word 'crocodile' comes from Greek for 'pebble worm'. Quite true, really. ; Spinosaurus is the biggest theropod discovered. You'd best run if you spot a crocodile with a crest and sail. ; Despite what some media might suggest, S. aegyptiacus and T. rex couldn't possibly live in the same environment: Tyrannosaurus lived in North America and Asia, while Spinosaurus lived in Africa.

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11/30/2018 7:16 pm
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Carcharodontosaurus
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I did know all of that actually, yes 👍😎


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11/30/2018 4:48 pm
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SpideyBoi
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That bombing was the British, and the Spinosaurus aegypticus was exploded too.
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11/30/2018 7:17 pm
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Carcharodontosaurus
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Yes 👍
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11/29/2018 5:43 pm
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SpideyBoi
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My replies to that:
  1. Thanks, I forgot what cynapsids were.
  2. I forgot this too (No surprise, since I usually forget stuff I'm supposed to remember wihin a minute.)
  3. Rauisuchians I remember. I remember Postosuchus, too. God, that poor Postosuchus in Walking With Dinosaurs though. #RIP_PostyTheMiner (In case you don't get my joke, the 'Posto' in 'Postosuchus' came from the name of the place it was found: Post Quarry)
  4. Gallimimus is an omnivore, like most, if not all, 'ostrich' dinosaurs. But then again, that thing ate lizards! How dare it?! And there was also a rabbit-toothed dinosaur called I-Forgot-Its-Name which was a theropod, and that one didn't eat lizards (thank god for that).

  5. I know what prosauropods were. There was Plateosaurus and Mussasaurus, for example.



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11/29/2018 7:29 pm
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Aye, what I meant by Gallimimus being herbivorous was that it was "mainly" herbivorous, while others like Oviraptor are presumed to be slightly more carnivorous (But still an omnivore as well).

Didn't know how postosuchus actually got its name, that's pretty interesting. And yea, I absolutely worship "Walking With Dinosaurs". My favorite series of all time. Walking With Beasts, Walking With Monsters and Walking With Sea Monsters, are pretty dope too. Got em all on DVD hehehe. Although some of the things they state in the documentaries have been proven wrong, I still find this series to be the best "prehistoric documentaries" to be found out there. Perhaps because of the fact, that the story-telling is so damn captivating.

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