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Dinosaurs Walked Canada's Great North

Posted on Thursday, 21 October, 2004 | Comment icon 12 comments

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"Hans Larsson, a McGill University palaeontologist (located in Montreal, Canada), has found physical proof that Canada's Arctic regions once had a Jurassic era."

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Comment icon #3 Posted by Magnet on 21 October, 2004, 16:51
"since no bones had ever been uncovered." Oh...And just when you thought there were bones everywhere
Comment icon #4 Posted by Talon on 21 October, 2004, 17:38
Back then all ther worlds continents were joined. South America was joined to Africa, spain and europe fit nicely alongside N. America and Canada, etc etc Antartica also used to be further north be covered by Temporate forest, lived there too.
Comment icon #5 Posted by BurnSide on 21 October, 2004, 17:42
That's right, i forgot antartica. Was Australia joined to Antartica or Asia?
Comment icon #6 Posted by Magnet on 21 October, 2004, 17:49
I belive it was Antartica
Comment icon #7 Posted by BurnSide on 21 October, 2004, 17:55
Would make sense. Looking at a world map of today, i can see how it fits.
Comment icon #8 Posted by Axle13 on 22 October, 2004, 0:31
This makes sense, during the time of Pangaea, Canada was right on the equator.
Comment icon #9 Posted by Jeremy_Rumbolt on 22 October, 2004, 1:21
"since no bones had ever been uncovered." Oh...And just when you thought there were bones everywhere Wat? There were a crap load found in Alberta.
Comment icon #10 Posted by AztecInca on 23 October, 2004, 1:48
We will be finding bones of those creatures that inhabitated this earth long before us for many many years to come!
Comment icon #11 Posted by LucidElement on 23 October, 2004, 8:07
i guess GO CANADA!!!
Comment icon #12 Posted by OrangeOrb on 23 October, 2004, 10:20
there's bones in canada? BLAME CANADA!! sorry i could'nt help myself

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