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Dinosaur?
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Uploader comment: I was out walking with a friend yesterday and saw this strange looking thing in the forest. Took a picture to see if anyone else can help me decide what is it? I think it kinda looks like a T-REX bending down?

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by jelly blob on 19 May, 2009, 17:31
looks like a bison where were you when you took this
Comment icon #9 Posted by Gallimaufry on 21 May, 2009, 22:58
OK, you saw this thing in real life; this thing that you think looks like a T-Rex, and instead of spending time trying to identify it and getting as many pictures as you could, you took one picture, and you're asking other people, who did not see it in real life, to tell you what it is? That's believable.
Comment icon #8 Posted by Professor Buzzkill on 25 May, 2009, 3:39
Yes its a T-rex bending down. Quick alert the proper authorities. Like the mental asylum
Comment icon #7 Posted by factoid on 13 December, 2010, 15:46
its a shadow or brussh nothing else if it were a t rex you would have never got to post the picture sorry
Comment icon #6 Posted by Metalhead on 6 January, 2011, 23:16
quick! some one get ultraman!
Comment icon #5 Posted by Pookie666 on 11 January, 2011, 13:14
Well, DUH! It's a Night Fury!!! *rolling eyes*
Comment icon #4 Posted by Setton on 27 February, 2011, 16:56
Can't say what it is but i can't see how a shadow would form that shape. On the other hand there is no way it could be a T-rex; the body shape is entirely wrong (it shouldn't have a huge hump in its back to start with.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Parasitic_Kitworm on 9 June, 2011, 14:35
It must be the mythical Camelosaurus. HOW ELSE COULD THAT HUMP BE EXPLAINED!?
Comment icon #2 Posted by VietRulerZ on 7 July, 2011, 16:28
it looks like a Spinosuar since its back looks like a sail
Comment icon #1 Posted by samuel knows patterson on 11 July, 2011, 14:25
what the hell


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