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TroodonMan56

Secretary Birds

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TroodonMan56

Hello. I first joined this website a year ago, in December of 2012. Troodons have always been my favorite dinosaurs of all time, and I was very sad that they were extinct. So I came up with a theory about Chupacabras possibly being living descendants of Troodons. However, I have now realized that secretary birds look and act a lot like Troodons, and remind me very much of them. So I am very happy now, since I have apparently found a modern-day "replacement" for the Troodon.

Has anyone else here ever heard of secretary birds? What does everyone else here think about them?

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Still Waters

Has anyone else here ever heard of secretary birds?

http://en.wikipedia....i/Secretarybird

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Willie B Herd

Interesting and strange, a bird of prey that hunts mostly on the ground! Wiki stated there are some reported incidents of them killing young gazelles. First classified as an Accipiter, and now in their own family

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