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Dinocaiman456 Dinocaiman456 4 days ago
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Animals in the verge of extinction

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Firekong1 Firekong1 13 December 2021
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Possible additions for the wiki

  • Black Rhinoceros
  • North Atlantic Right Whale
  • Cuban Crocodile
  • Saiga
  • Bornean Orangutan
  • Philippine Eagle
  • Maui's Dolphin
  • De Winton's Golden Mole
  • Largetooth Sawfish
  • Amur Leopard
  • Bornean Rhinoceros
  • Yangtze Finless Porpoise
  • Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth
  • Kordofan Giraffe
  • Somali Wild Ass
  • Forest Elephant
  • Guam Kingfisher
  • Tapanuli Orangutan
  • Irrawaddy Dolphin
  • Mexican Wolf
  • Orinoco Crocodile
  • Sumatran Rhinoceros
  • Asiatic Cheetah
  • Kakapo
  • Sand Tiger Shark
  • Sumatran Elephant
  • Red Wolf
  • Nubian Giraffe
  • South China Tiger
  • Vancouver Marmot
  • Giant Ibis
  • Socorro Dove
  • African Wild Ass
  • Smalltooth Sawfish
  • North African Ostrich
  • Addax
  • Mountain Gorilla
  • Javan Rhinoceros
  • Guam Rail
  • Malayan Tiger
  • Sumatran Orangutan
  • Oceanic Whitetip Shark
  • Vaquita
  • Ethiopian Wolf
  • Scimitar Oryx
  • Giant Sea Bass
  • Saola

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Top2456 Top2456 2 December 2021
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Jurassic Park: Operation Gensis 2 (Dinosaurs)

  • 1 Herbivores
  • 2 Carnivores
  • 3 Pterosaurs
  • 4 Sea Reptiles
  • 5 Sea Monsters
  • 6 Old Rulers
  • 7 Old Amphibians
  • 8 Old Arthropods
  • 9 Old Mammals
  • 10 Old Birds
  • 11 Old Reptiles
  • 12 Hybrids
  • 13 Forgotten

  • Dicraeosaurus
  • Camarasaurus
  • Alamosaurus
  • Apatosaurus
  • Mamenchisaurus
  • Diplodocus
  • Brachiosaurus
  • Triceratops
  • Torosaurus
  • Centrosaurus
  • Pachyrhinosaurus
  • Styracosaurus
  • Einiosaurus
  • Protoceratops
  • Saltasaurus
  • Shunosaurus
  • Amargasaurus
  • Riojasaurus
  • Anchisaurus
  • Massospondylus
  • Plateosaurus
  • Stegosaurus
  • Wuerhosaurus
  • Tuojiangosaurus
  • Kentrosaurus
  • Chialingosaurus
  • Psittacosaurus
  • Leptoceratops
  • Scelidosaurus
  • Scutellosaurus
  • Stygimoloch
  • Homalocephale
  • Pachycephalosaurus
  • Alxasaurus
  • Therizinosaurus
  • Edmontosaurus
  • Lambeosaurus
  • Parasaurolophus
  • Tsintaosaurus
  • Corythosaurus
  • Saurolophus
  • Olorotitan
  • Polacanthus
  • Talarurus
  • Nodosaurus
  • Edmontonia
  • Saichania
  • Sauropelta
  • Ankylosa…

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Ryan500.com Ryan500.com 20 November 2021
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Suchosauromimus

this is my combination of suchosaurus and suchomimus.


  • 1 Info
  • 2 Ceratosuchops vs Suchosauromimus
  • 3 Questions
    • 3.1 The Question List

Name: Suchosauromimus

Diet: Omnivore

Group: Ceratosuchopsidae


comment down below

it is your choice of who wins!


If you have any questions

Write your question down in the comments!


No questions right now
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Gojiraaaaaaaaa Gojiraaaaaaaaa 11 November 2021
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Thalattoraptor


Thalattoraptor is a species of thalattosaur which lived in the Late-Triassic of Hosselkus Limestone rocks in California. It was around 3 metres long, and had a straight snout instead of the curved snouts of its relatives.


  • 1 Description
  • 2 Classification & Taxonomy
  • 3 Palaeobiology
  • 4 Paleoecology

Thalattoraptor had an odd, straight snout, crushing molars in the back, a fusiform build, skinny legs, and a large, paddle-shaped tail. Thalattoraptor differs from its relatives in three key ways:

  • Straight premaxilla
  • Shorter, more flexible vertebrae
  • Larger dentary

This important distinction from its relatives, is an adaptation to pluck benthic organisms and crush them. The body was fusiform (spindle-shaped) and was adapted for an important adaptation: catching food. T…




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EiniosaurusProcurvicornis EiniosaurusProcurvicornis 11 November 2021
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new dinosaur

https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/10/world/new-dinosaur-species-brighstoneus-study-scn/index.html

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Firekong1 Firekong1 9 November 2021
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100 Anthropocene Survivors

  1. African Clawed Frog
  2. American Badger
  3. American Bullfrog
  4. American Coot
  5. American Herring Gull
  6. American Marten
  7. American Mink
  8. Argentine Black and White Tegu
  9. Asian House Shrew
  10. Black Rat
  11. Black Swan
  12. Brown Rat
  13. Burmese Python
  14. California Quail
  15. Common Shrew
  16. Canada Goose
  17. Cane Toad
  18. Capybara
  19. Cattle Egret
  20. Common Brushtail Possum
  21. Common Coquí
  22. Common Gallinule
  23. Common Moorhen
  24. Common Myna
  25. Common Pheasant
  26. North American Least Shrew
  27. Common Quail
  28. Common Raccoon
  29. Common Tern
  30. Common Vole
  31. Coyote
  32. Coypu
  33. Cuban Tree Frog
  34. Deer Mouse
  35. Eastern Chipmunk
  36. Eastern Grey Squirrel
  37. Edible Dormouse
  38. Edible Frog
  39. Eurasian Coot
  40. European Hare
  41. European Hedgehog
  42. European Herring Gull
  43. European Polecat
  44. European Rabbit
  45. European Starling
  46. European Water Vole
  47. Giant Snakehead
  48. Golden Jackal
  49. Gray Fox
  50. Great Blue Heron
  51. Great Crested Grebe
  52. Greater Whit…
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Firekong1 Firekong1 8 November 2021
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Sixth Extinction Scenarios for humanity

  1. Humanity dies out
  2. Humanity survives, but remain on a dead earth.
  3. Humanity wipes out all life on earth, and look to the stars as the next source.
  4. Humanity leaves the earth to colonize other planets.
  5. Humanity leaves the universe to colonize other dimensions.
  6. Humanity stays on earth and evolves in a myriad of species.
  7. Humanity evolves to takes the niche of all life on earth.
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Gojiraaaaaaaaa Gojiraaaaaaaaa 8 November 2021
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Icthyobrachis


Icthyobrachis is an aquatic, neotenic taxon of small aquatic lepospondyls. Unlike its relatives, the reptiliomorphs, it had soft skin, and most importantly, feathery gills. that lived during the Late Carboniferous.


  • 1 Discovery
  • 2 Description
  • 3 Classification
  • 4 Palaeobiology

Icthyobrachis was first discovered in 2020 in a Carboniferous-aged coal mine just in Scotland. The holotype, AMNM 55449 was taken to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) and was thoroughly identified by palaeontologists. The holotype is displayed in the Fossil Hall of AMNH.


Icthyobrachis was presumably slender and slim. The flippers that were its limbs were flat, attached onto weak bones (a reduced, lightly ossified pelvis and shoulder blades and girdle). The estimates of i…





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Gojiraaaaaaaaa Gojiraaaaaaaaa 8 November 2021
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Rhynchochelys


Rhynchochelys (meaning 'beaked turtle') is a species of large, shell-less turtles in the family Rhynchochelidae. It is the largest of its taxon, reaching up to lengths of 5 metres in length. It is one of the few shell-less turtles of the Oligocene.


Rhynchochelys had large flippers, similar to taxon in the living sea turtles and the protostegids. Like its various relatives, it had no shell, but instead internal fused ribs. These fused ribs are similar in structure to the shell of various skin-shell turtles. The 'shell' structure is located within the body. It had a large beak, with pseudo-teeth (teeth-like structures extending from the skull and beak) which are used to capture fish. The tail was short, and the plastron structure is small and …



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Firekong1 Firekong1 6 November 2021
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Creationist rebuttals

  1. Evolution is unscientific because it is not testable or falsifiable: This claims about events that were not observed and can never be re-created.~ Simply because we did not exist in the distant past to observe established (mostly) large scale evolutionary moments does not mean evolution does not exist. In fact, evolution is continuing to occur today.
  2. Evolution is only a theory. It is not a fact or a scientific law: Evolution is mostly a theory, but it is not a hypothesis, because it can be proven through observations, which become facts, though such facts are subject to change as more research is conducted over the years.
  3. Scientists themselves deny the truth of evolution: No evidence for this statement exists whatsoever. The study of evoluti…
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Palaeontologica Palaeontologica 1 November 2021
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The List

  • Forest elephant
  • Bush elephant
  • Asian Elephant
  • Indian Elephant
  • Sumatran Elephant
  • Sri Lankan Elephant
  • Borneo Elephant
  • African Elephant
  • Sumatran rhinoceros
  • Black crested gibbon
  • Sumatran orangutan
  • Tapanuli orangutan
  • Bornean orangutan
  • Eastern gorilla
  • Western gorilla
  • Cotton-top tamarin
  • Rio Mayo titi monkey
  • Indri
  • Hawks' sportive lemur
  • Gerp's mouse lemur
  • Marohita mouse lemur
  • Nosy Be mouse lemur
  • Black-and-white ruffed lemur
  • African Wild Dog
  • Dhole
  • Dingo
  • Ethiopian Wolf
  • Red Wolf
  • Mexican Wolf
  • Asiatic Lion
  • Black rhinoceros
  • African wild donkey
  • Kouprey
  • Mouflon
  • Saola
  • Giant muntjac
  • Kordofan giraffe
  • Nubian giraffe
  • Giraffes
  • Zebras
  • Saiga
  • Pronghorn
  • Visayan warty pig
  • Bavarian pine vole
  • Central rock rat
  • Poncelet's giant rat
  • Heavenly hill rat
  • Angel Island mouse
  • Puebla deer mouse
  • Mount Kahuzi climbing mouse
  • Namdaph…
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Minhthi092011 Minhthi092011 1 November 2021
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How Prehistoric Creatures can kill you?

"How Prehistoric Creatures kill you?" is a fanmade series by Minhthi092011 on Dinopedia. It's about the ways a random prehistoric creature can kill an individual of human and how human can escape from it or defeat it.


#1: Velociraptor
#2: Pteranodon
#3: Pachycephalosaurus
#4: Tyrannosaurus


5: Triceratops
#6: Spinosaurus
#7: Sauropods
#8: Sarcosuchus
#9: Mosasaurus
10: Woolly Mammoth

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CyclonicWrath765 CyclonicWrath765 26 October 2021
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About Me

CyclonicWrath765, also known as CW, is an extant specimen of the species Homo sapiens, also called Humans. As a Human, CW has an interest for paleontological stuff. His biggest achievement so far is the creation of the Hypothetical Prehistory Wiki. He has gone fossil hunting and has found multiple fossils, including gastropods, trilobites, crinoids, brachiopods, coral, and small plants. Although he has only found fossils ranging in age from the Late Ordovician to the Early Carboniferous, CyclonicWrath765 is interested in all periods of time. He particularly enjoys going to the Royal Tyrell Museum near Drumheller, Alberta. However, due to him living far away from the museum, he rarely gets to go there. He enjoys searching his backyard for fossils and ha…

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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 12 October 2021
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test

A phylogeny tree I came up with based off the image by Savage Almond and a 2012 phylogeny test by Carrano et al (which but Streptospondylus as incertae cetis) , and the latest Spinosauridae tree on Wikipedia by Barker. There was Streptospondylus, a Megalosauroid theropod known from a Tibia, astragalus and calcaneum, named in 1832 by von Meyer.

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Also done some investigating into Spinosaurus B's differences mainly with FSAC-KK 11888 and found a caudal vertebrae was missing the anterior process that FSAC-KK 11888's caudals have. I thought that the Spinosaurus B vertebrae I was studying was the 23rd vertebrae because a skeletal I was comparing had it as the 23r…

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TigeR$harK TigeR$harK 12 October 2021
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Early Whales are cool

Yes go to the Pakicetus page

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Dino lover456 Dino lover456 6 October 2021
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what was the 1st dinosaur to be ever discovered by us.

Megalosaurus

Megalosaurus is believed to be the first dinosaur ever described scientifically. British fossil hunter William Buckland found some fossils in 1819, and he eventually described them and named them in 1824.

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Firekong1 Firekong1 5 October 2021
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Survivors of the Sixth Extinction

  • House Mouse
  • Eurasian Collared Dove
  • Dog Tick
  • Brown Rat
  • Cactus Moth
  • Black Rat
  • Common Carp
  • Zebra Mussel
  • Red Fox
  • Coyote
  • Common Raccoon
  • Varroa Mite
  • Giant Freshwater Prawn
  • Medicinal Leech
  • Common Vampire Bat
  • Quagga Mussel
  • American Bullfrog
  • Pond Slider
  • European Carp
  • Green Iguana
  • Common Flea
  • Osprey
  • Bluegill
  • Giant Tiger Prawn
  • Mediterranean Gecko
  • Chinhook Salmon
  • Blue Crab
  • Virginia Opossum
  • Feral Pigeon
  • Wood Mouse
  • Bighead Carp
  • Chinese Mystery Snail
  • Brown Anole
  • Northern Short-Tailed Shrew
  • Muskellunge
  • Brook Trout
  • House Sparrow
  • Least Weasel
  • Domestic Canary
  • Stoat
  • House Finch
  • North American Least Shrew
  • Common Roach
  • Emerald Ash Borer
  • Mallard
  • Rusty Crayfish
  • Wild Boar
  • Green Frog
  • Red Swamp Crayfish
  • Northern Pike
  • White-Footed Mouse
  • Common Toad
  • Asian Long-Horned Beetle
  • Lake Trout
  • River Trout
  • Sea Trout
  • Silver Carp
  • Europ…
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Firekong1 Firekong1 3 October 2021
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Victims of the 6th extinction:

Extinct:

  • Law's Diving Goose
  • Dow's Puffin
  • Bramble Cay Melomys
  • Issoire Lynx
  • Formosan Clouded Leopard
  • Gastric-Brooding Frog
  • Bubal Hartebeest
  • Tecopa Pupfish
  • Paleolithic Dog
  • Lesser Bilby
  • Houting
  • Pinta Island Tortoise
  • Cape Verde Giant Skink
  • Stephanorhinus
  • Glyptodon
  • Woolly Mammoth
  • Syrian Elephant
  • Christmas Island Shrew
  • Bulldog Rat
  • Maclear's Rat
  • St Kilda's Mouse
  • North African Elephant
  • Columbian Mammoth
  • North American Jaguar
  • Caspian Tiger
  • Blue-Gray Mouse
  • Atlas Bear
  • Mexican Grizzly Bear
  • California Grizzly Bear
  • Cave Lion
  • Mastodon
  • Homotherium
  • Smilodon
  • North American Sabertooth
  • South American Sabertooth
  • American Cheetah
  • Steppe Bison
  • Hippopotamus Gorgops
  • Kuri
  • Aurochs
  • Tarpan
  • Occidental Bison
  • Quagga
  • Thylacine
  • Dodo
  • Homo Erectus
  • Homo Habilis
  • Colossochelys
  • Megalochelys
  • Doedicurus
  • Hippidion
  • Hipparion
  • Myotragus
  • A…
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Firekong1 Firekong1 3 October 2021
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Endangered animals to add to dinopedia

  • Oceanic Whitetip Shark
  • Forest Elephant
  • Javan Lapwing
  • Eskino Curlew
  • Sumatran Elephant
  • European Eel
  • Ruppell’s Vulture
  • Ganges Shark
  • New Caledonian Rail
  • Gharial
  • Orinoco Crocodile
  • Totoaba
  • Philippine Crocodile
  • Bornean Rhinoceros
  • Sumatran Rhinoceros
  • Siamese Crocodile
  • Cuban Crocodile
  • Mississippi Gopher Frog
  • Gilbert’s Potoroo
  • Chinese Alligator
  • West African Slender-Snouted Crocodile
  • Kouprey
  • Saola
  • Miss Waldron’s Red Colobus
  • Pink-Headed Duck
  • Madagascar Duck
  • Hooded Vulture
  • Flores Hawk-Eagle
  • Wyoming Toad
  • Golden Skiffia
  • Philippine Eagle
  • Laysan Duck
  • Madagascar Pochard
  • Brazilian Merganser
  • Mariana Crow
  • Largetooth Sawfish
  • Jamaican Poorwill
  • Alagoas Curassow
  • Spix Macaw
  • New Caledonian Nightjar
  • Golden Coqui
  • Beloribitsa
  • Western Long-Beaked Echidna
  • Sir David’s Long-Beaked Echidna
  • West Indian Coelacanth
  • Socor…
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Firekong1 Firekong1 2 October 2021
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Extant candidates for articles

This is a list for possible candidates on this wiki, the candidates being extant animals that are prehistoric and are becoming extinct. It includes groups, genuses, and species.

Groups:

  • Elephant
  • Giraffe
  • Zebra
  • Bison
  • Crocodile
  • Lion
  • Tiger
  • Wolf
  • Bear
  • Alligator
  • Ostrich
  • Flamingo
  • Nautilus
  • Mayfly
  • Dragonfly
  • Damselfly

Species:

  • African Elephant
  • Asian Elephant
  • Reticulated Giraffe
  • Masai Giraffe
  • Grevy's Zebra
  • Selous' Zebra
  • Maneless Zebra
  • Humpback Whale
  • Blue Whale
  • Nile Crocodile
  • Chambered Nautilus
  • March Brown Mayfly
  • Antarctic Midge
  • Common Chimpanzee
  • Mountain Gorilla
  • Chinese Alligator
  • Pacific Rat
  • St Kilda Field Mouse
  • Great White Shark
  • Giant Squid
  • Colossal Squid
  • Pacific Giant Octopus
  • American Black Duck
  • Emperor Penguin
  • Red-Billed Gull
  • Alligator Gar
  • Giant Panda
  • Bowfin
  • Japanese Giant Salamander
  • Hellbender
  • B…
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Firekong1 Firekong1 2 October 2021
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Hypothetical extinct animals

  • Sabertooth Trout
  • Saber-Toothed Squirrel
  • American Tiger
  • American Elephant
  • Japanese Orangutan
  • Korean Orangutan
  • Chinese Spider Crab
  • African Alligator
  • Wild Sheep
  • Bighorn Goat
  • Mountain Sheep
  • Israeli Crocodile
  • Middle Eastern Rhinoceros
  • Asian Giraffe
  • Megabarracuda
  • Megashark
  • Megahydrocynus (Mega Tigerfish)
  • Megahydrolycus (Mega Vampirefish)
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Edward jake louis. Edward jake louis. 19 September 2021
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Have you read these books before :D


ive got a lot of dinosaur books i think is crazy awesome,

have u read about dr.david normans dinosaur books there soo cool..

pls leave a coment if u have !!

DDDD


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Edward jake louis. Edward jake louis. 19 September 2021
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who was much bigger ornithoceirus or the quetzalcaoatlus

Ornithocheirus (meaning bird hand) was a large Pterosaur from the Cretaceous period. It lived in many places around the globe including Brazil and England. It was large but not as large as Quetzalcoatlus, which is the largest identified to this day, being the size of a giraffe.

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Palaeontologica Palaeontologica 7 September 2021
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In the Presence of Dinosaurs review

All right, so a couple of months ago, I got my hands on a book called In the Presence of Dinosaurs. I wanted to do something with my blog, so here we go! The book is divided into seven chapters:

  • New World Order
  • Veiled Woodlands
  • Rift Valley
  • Plains Dominion
  • Wandering Shores
  • Corridor
  • Glens of Hell Creek

There is a foreword by Jack Horner, an introduction, a couple of appendices, a bibliography and acknowledgements, but the bulk of the book’s content is in the middle. Because I’m a pessimist, I’ll start with the downsides.

Inaccuracies Many of In the Presence of Dinosaurs' illustrations are up-to-date, with many of the dinosaurs depicted being covered in fluffy integument. Some inaccuracies are, however, present:

Chapter One “New World Order”

  • Sharovipteryx’ …
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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 6 September 2021
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I was thinking of making a Primeval reboot concept, it would be quite different from the original, and dinosaurs would appear in their respective locations more. I know there will not be a primeval reboot, they are done with it but I decided to do this anyway.

This is a novel-style scene of paleontologists who find a dead spinosaur near the Kem Kem beds. The characters have no names yet. Any suggestions to improve this are welcome.

It's the scorching hot Sahara Desert, in Algeria paleontologist __1, and 3 of his colleagues explore near the Kem Kem beds, looking for any dinosaur bones, before any fossil poachers try to take anything and sell on the black markets. The hot sun beats down on them, the ground is hot enough to cook an egg. Dinosau…

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UltraVilliers UltraVilliers 6 September 2021
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Why does spinosaurus need claws even though it has a long neck it can reach though?

Don't tell for gripping or clawing, dinosaurs can't claw much, that was theorized by someone, even if it catches the fish, hoe can it grip it?

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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 5 September 2021
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It's the scorching hot Sahara Desert, in Morocco paleontologist __1, and 3 of his collueges explore near the Kem Kem beds, looking for any Spinosaurine bones, before any fossil poachers try to take anything and sell on the black markets. The hot sun beats down on them, the ground is hot enough to cook an egg. Dinosaur bones are rare, Not much Carcharodontosaur material was found, alot of dinosaur specimens found aren't described.

One of them spots something sticking out of the sand, it looked like perfectly clean white bone. "hey __1 I found something" said __2 "let's go take a look.." the men walk over to the strange looking bones, it looked and smelled like a large animal that had died recently. The creature was partially burried in the sa…

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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 5 September 2021
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prototype

It's the scorching hot Sahara Desert, in Morocco a paleontologist, and 3 of his collueges explore near the Kem Kem beds, looking for any Spinosaurine bones, before any fossil poachers try to take anything and sell on the black markets. The hot sun beats down on them, the ground is hot enough to cook an egg. Dinosaur bones are rare, Not much Carcharodontosaur material was found, alot of specimens found aren't described.

One of them spots something sticking out of the sand, it looked like perfectly clean white bone. "hey ___ I found something" "let's go take a look.." the men walk over to the strange looking bones, it looked and smelled like a large animal that had died recently. They get out brushes and mask their faces so to not inhale any sa…

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Trex mostfan58 Trex mostfan58 2 September 2021
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discusson about all dinosaurs

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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 31 August 2021
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Epanterias

It blew up.

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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 30 August 2021
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I lie I can live with.

Have you found anything that might suggest why apparently you're the only one affected by this,- this phenomenon?

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Lord of the Lizard Eaters Lord of the Lizard Eaters 16 August 2021
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gdfdffddffddf

I wish I were blind I wish I couldn't hear.

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Breaktvshown Breaktvshown 7 August 2021
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Archaeologists were worried that it was the most famous.

Allosaurus (/ ləˈsɔːrəs / [2] [3]) is a large, compact theropod (later known as the great tit chimera) that lived in the Jurassic period 155 to 145 million years ago. .. The dinosaurs are there. "Aloe vera" means "a very strong vertebrate and another brown rat" (if found). The first such dinosaur was discovered in 1877 by the curious scientist Charles Marsh. Archaeologists were worried that it was the most famous. An ancient dinosaur outside the world. (33 feet is difficult to classify, there are three major species, the most important is A. frogaris. Many aloe belong to the Morrison composition of North America. This plate is also known in Portugal. Aloe vera (/ ləˈsɔːrəs / [2] [3]) is a large and small theropod (known as the Great Tit Ti…

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Breaktvshown Breaktvshown 4 August 2021
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Considering

I've v been considering changing into a new account but I'm not sure, I could change this one's username.

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Breaktvshown Breaktvshown 2 August 2021
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DIno

I made a blog

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TheExtinctAnimals TheExtinctAnimals 14 July 2021
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HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

I dont know what to say

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T-rex is trash

There, i said it.

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Savage Almond Savage Almond 14 June 2021
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1 in trillion chance of recording such a phenomenon

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PowerLord23 PowerLord23 10 June 2021
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I have made a blog post

I just did this so I could earn a badge.

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Savage Almond Savage Almond 28 May 2021
2

2 new lizards from Brazil!

I've reached a maximum limit of 3 discussion posts a day, so why not a blog post? So one of them helps understand the origins of herbivory in a clade called "Procolophonids". Unfortunately that clade altogether is extinct. The lizard i'm talking about now is called "Oryporan"(*Unique name*). It is also the younger of the 2 new Brazilian taxa. It is from Early Triassic rocks of the Sango do Cabral Formation. The other one is called "Karutia". This critter helps unserstand the Interrelationships of Parareptilia.



So... what do you think of these critters?


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MemoryAngel MemoryAngel 10 May 2021
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The Wiki Of Imagination

  • 1 The Wiki Of Imagination
  • 2 How It Applies To This Wiki
  • 3 In Conclusion
  • 4 Examples Of Pages

Have you ever wished to express a concept or imaginary thing but didn’t have a vessel in which to do so? Then this wiki is for you. In The Cognitive Wiki you will find many forms of Imagination, from the creation of universes and worlds, to dreams and nightmares, and from the terrifying to the downright bizarre. In addition, the wiki has a discord that deals with the same concepts and ideas as the wiki.


What the wiki has to offer;

  • Sharing Artwork, Dreams And Other Imaginary Creations
  • A Myriad Of Other Experiences



With most scientific fields, there exists hypothetical sides to them. In the case of Paleontology and Biology, one of these sides would be Speculative…





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Tobiancrk Tobiancrk 3 May 2021
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hi

hi

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Alain Paul Alain Paul 2 April 2021
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Dinosaurs

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Savage Almond Savage Almond 22 March 2021
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Fan-Made dinosaurs


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MemoryAngel MemoryAngel 20 March 2021
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READ THIS TOO

If you’re an admin on here say I. I wanna appoint some admins and stuff if there aren’t many.

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MemoryAngel MemoryAngel 20 March 2021
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ANNOUNCEMENT, READ OR YOU BECOME A POTATO

@ me if someone is in need of a ban or kick. Or if that doesn’t work send me a message on my message wall. That’s all!

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Tetik768 Tetik768 20 March 2021
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Dinosssssssssssssss

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Knightfly20111 Knightfly20111 14 January 2021
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Fun Fact in my childhood

In Preschool to 2nd Grade, I called Parasaurolophus "The hammer head dinosaur" and "hammer head dinosaur."

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CyclonicWrath765 CyclonicWrath765 28 December 2020
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Advertising (Admins, feel free to scold me)

Advertising (Admins, feel free to scold me)

Hello, everybody! I'm officially doing something that I probably shouldn't: advertising! Why am I doing it? Well, I own a wiki, but I don't really have anybody using it ;-; Anyways, here's the link:

https://hypothetical-prehistory.fandom.com/wiki/Hypothetical_prehistory_Wiki

Admins, feel free to give me a warning. I know this wiki isn't for advertising, but I'm lonely...

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