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26-02-2014, 08:26 PM
RE: So, my dinodude...
I hope you're also including their eras and periods. Anachronisms could be embarrassing. My niece drew a picture years ago with a mammoth standing next to a stegosaurus. Sadcryface



Though I would be flattered, including the ever-elusive Jeffasaurus is not necessary.

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27-02-2014, 09:14 AM
RE: So, my dinodude...
(26-02-2014 08:26 PM)Jeffasaurus Wrote:  I hope you're also including their eras and periods. Anachronisms could be embarrassing. My niece drew a picture years ago with a mammoth standing next to a stegosaurus. Sadcryface



Though I would be flattered, including the ever-elusive Jeffasaurus is not necessary.

He can, for the most part, classify Mesozoic animals, but that's not a big interest for him. I've tried to teach him the different time periods, but he's more or less only interested in the time periods that dinosaurs lived.

He does have interest in therapsids and pelycosaurs, but they are greatly overshadowed by dinosaurs.

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28-02-2014, 08:41 AM
RE: So, my dinodude...
So, here are the classifications in his book (I'm thinking of subclassifying "theropods" because it's freakin' huge):

Aetosaurs
Agnatha
Amphibians
Ankylosaurs
Archosaurs
Arthropods
Aves
Cephalochordata
Ceratopsians
Cetacea
Chondrichthyes
Crocodylomorphs
Hadrosaurs
Ichthyosaurs
Mammals
Ornithopods
Osteichthyes
Pachycephalosaurs
Pelycosaurs
Placoderms
Plesiosaurs
Repiles
Reptiliomorphs
Sarcopterygii
Sauropodomorph
Sauropods
Squamata
Stegosaurs
Therapsids
Theropods

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