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Living dinosaurs

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Living dinosaurs

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According to mainstream science, dinosaur populations were wiped out eons ago. Or were they?

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Komodo Dragons are large varanid lizards live in a restricted area of the East Indies (Indonesia) are 80-feet wide and have dinosaur like bodies reminiscent of their ancestors once were 80-feet tall thrived around the world 40 to 80 million years ago, the Komodo Dragon species survived the mass extinction event claimed the lives of larger more ferocious species of dinosaur reptiles. More information can be found online, including Wikipedia (read in your own risk): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komodo_Dragon

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I'm going to ask a question here: If dinosaurs are still living today, why haven't any dinosaur fossils been found after 65 million years ago?

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I'm going to ask a question here: If dinosaurs are still living today, why haven't any dinosaur fossils been found after 65 million years ago?

Because that is when dinosaurs became extinct. Komodo Dragons are not dinosaurs. In the same way that crocodiles are not dinosaurs. They are reptiles. Reptiles are not dinosaurs!

Of course, I stand to be corrected on this one :)

I think Quake Storm Maverick made a slight error (by mistake I am sure) because Komodo Dragons are certainly not 80ft wide. :)

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Because that is when dinosaurs became extinct. Komodo Dragons are not dinosaurs. In the same way that crocodiles are not dinosaurs. They are reptiles. Reptiles are not dinosaurs!

Of course, I stand to be corrected on this one :)

I think Quake Storm Maverick made a slight error (by mistake I am sure) because Komodo Dragons are certainly not 80ft wide. :)

Exactly! That is why I can't believe some people actually think that non-avian dinosaurs are still around. The only real dinosaurs still around are birds. Just because a lizard looks like a dinosaur doesn't mean it is one or is evidence that there are living dinosaurs.

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Mmm slightly off topic. I want a pet Compy with a muzzle.

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Komodo dragons and monitor lizards in general are closely related to the extinct mosasaurs.

But mosasaurs were not dinosaurs either.

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Sorry for posting this guys. This is the latest CGI dinosaur 'footage'. Does look pretty convincing though.

http://youtu.be/kvmWOKMpFZ0

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Sorry for posting this guys. This is the latest CGI dinosaur 'footage'. Does look pretty convincing though.

[media=]http://youtu.be/kvmWOKMpFZ0[/media]

I showed that video to a member of my family.

They thought it was real and they asked me where they could buy one of them dinosaurs as a guard dog.

:lol:

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I showed that video to a member of my family.

They thought it was real and they asked me where they could buy one of them dinosaurs as a guard dog.

:lol:

Haha, would be cool.

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Sorry for posting this guys. This is the latest CGI dinosaur 'footage'. Does look pretty convincing though.

[media=]http://youtu.be/kvmWOKMpFZ0[/media]

If I had the skills and the software, I could make such a video, using that scene from Jurassic Park:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UX39jSzK9k

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If I had the skills and the software, I could make such a video, using that scene from Jurassic Park:

[media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UX39jSzK9k[/media]

Haha, a lot of people would probably believe it too. Judging by the youtube comments on the video I posted, a lot of people think it's real.

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Posted (edited)

Haha, a lot of people would probably believe it too. Judging by the youtube comments on the video I posted, a lot of people think it's real.

Like I said, I don't have the software, but the next is a screenshot, cropped it, converted it to greyscale, and then mirrored it:

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And compare that with the 'Russian footage':

post-18246-0-39785400-1344329831_thumb.g

Edited by Abramelin

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Posted (edited)

I'd say: 100% FAKE.

Even the tree on the left and the ones on the horizon are the same, lol.

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Edited by Abramelin

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I'd say: 100% FAKE.

Even the tree on the left and the ones on the horizon are the same, lol.

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Yes definitely fake. A lot of gullible people out there though.

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Who's narrating this thing? Brendan Shanahan?

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Posted (edited)

*** I posted nonsense***

Please delete, lol.

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Edited by Abramelin

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Posted (edited)

*** I posted nonsense***

Please delete, lol.

I saw your post from work, but didnt get to watch what video you had. It wasnt nonsense

My comment was an attempt at sarcastic humor which would only be appreciated by followers of the NHL. Brendan Shanahan is a former player who is now in charge of disciplining players for conduct. Generally he holds press conferences and uses video to explain his decisions to fine, suspend, or do nothing to an offending player. He does this all in a monotone voice, like the guy in the OP.

Edited by The Mule

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