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14-03-2014, 02:32 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
(14-03-2014 02:28 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 02:25 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  Madtsoia has a way better pic than titanoboa

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Would he last long with this beast named pachyrhachisWorship Slaves

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You can take your "snake" with two legs and I'll take mine with four.

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14-03-2014, 02:32 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
I don't understand how kids like dinosaurs.....seriously, this thread will give me nightmares Sadcryface


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14-03-2014, 02:37 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
(14-03-2014 02:32 PM)Bows and Arrows Wrote:  I don't understand how kids like dinosaurs.....seriously, this thread will give me nightmares Sadcryface

Well, to be fair, we aren't exactly posting the Barney's of the dinosaur world.

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14-03-2014, 02:43 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
(14-03-2014 02:25 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 02:22 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  Your champion is your own demise. The tapeworm is well known for being the worst parasite. It eventually kills itself because it kills its host. That's bad form for a parasite.

So your worm is no match for Gluttony!

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14-03-2014, 02:46 PM
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(14-03-2014 02:18 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 02:15 PM)LostandInsecure Wrote:  Since you guys are terrifying me, meet Nuralagus Rex
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14-03-2014, 03:01 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
(14-03-2014 02:32 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 02:28 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  Would he last long with this beast named pachyrhachisWorship Slaves

[Image: Ein_Yabrud_snake_with_legs_Pachyrhachis_...aticus.jpg]

You can take your "snake" with two legs and I'll take mine with four.

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(PS - you're using all the pics I used for my son's book)

[Image: GiantDocPic5.PNG] There is not beating squids.Big Grin

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14-03-2014, 03:08 PM
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(14-03-2014 01:50 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  Maybe so... Cetacea is no match for Pliosaurs.

Ah!

Now, that's actually a very interesting question. The prominent species are of a similar size. Pliosaurs had a well-adapted "flying" stroke, though a cetacean tail fluke is much more efficient - but if I'm recalling correctly, a basilosaur may well not have evolved one yet. Mosasaurs, though, probably did have fluked tails. Now, a basilosaurus lacks the cerebral development we associate with modern cetaceans, but nobody ever accused plesiosaurs of being smart... I'd probably bet on an orca, but they live in a completely different habitat.

This sounds like a job for mad science. Someone get on that.

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14-03-2014, 03:09 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
(14-03-2014 03:01 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 02:32 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  You can take your "snake" with two legs and I'll take mine with four.

[Image: c6082636cb_69468294_o2.jpg]

(PS - you're using all the pics I used for my son's book)

[Image: GiantDocPic5.PNG] There is not beating squids.Big Grin

Shonisaurus has something to say about that:

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14-03-2014, 03:14 PM
RE: kingschosen vs Kestrel
(14-03-2014 03:09 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 03:01 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  [Image: GiantDocPic5.PNG] There is not beating squids.Big Grin

Shonisaurus has something to say about that:

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14-03-2014, 03:14 PM
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(14-03-2014 03:08 PM)cjlr Wrote:  
(14-03-2014 01:50 PM)kingschosen Wrote:  Maybe so... Cetacea is no match for Pliosaurs.

Ah!

Now, that's actually a very interesting question. The prominent species are of a similar size. Pliosaurs had a well-adapted "flying" stroke, though a cetacean tail fluke is much more efficient - but if I'm recalling correctly, a basilosaur may well not have evolved one yet. Mosasaurs, though, probably did have fluked tails. Now, a basilosaurus lacks the cerebral development we associate with modern cetaceans, but nobody ever accused plesiosaurs of being smart... I'd probably bet on an orca, but they live in a completely different habitat.

This sounds like a job for mad science. Someone get on that.

In all seriousness, the mammal would win almost every time when matched against another animal around the same size.

Marine reptiles and fish are quicker, better swimmers; however, that takes a back seat to the mammal's brain. I was watching a discovery show about this actually. The prehistoric marine mammal would out think and out maneuver the fish or marine reptile because they use complex attack and defense patterns unlike the fish or the reptile which uses straight forward predicable attacks and response patterns.

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