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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#25 - anon id: fa5bf06b
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I see no "millions of years" here...Where is your evolution now?!
#24 - bloodsoakedtie
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User avatar #23 - bestestname
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imagine being eviscerated by that...ouch
#20 - ahoi
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Looks like left overs from KFC
User avatar #17 - dunkleosteus
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the amount of fail in this post is astounding.

megalapteryx is a bird.
User avatar #97 to #17 - tomtomat
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I'm replying to like everyone saying this, but just so you know, birds are dinosaurs. So this post is only half-lying.
User avatar #720 to #97 - dunkleosteus
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oh suck it up faggot. The differences between dinosaurs and birds are significant enough to differentiate them. We don't call reptiles amphibians or amphibians fish, do we? Besides, if you assert that birds are dinosaurs, this entire post looses its meaning because it means I have real life dinosaurs waking me up every morning and pooping on my lawn. Go away with your misguided anecdotes about things you don't properly understand.
User avatar #721 to #720 - tomtomat
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Dude, I think you're the one who's misguided. Look up what I'm actually talking about. Yes, the birds on your lawn are theropod dinosaurs. It might be a wierd thought, but it is true. In the world of paleontology, this is nothing new. But the general media are very slow with these sort of things. The reason I know this is because I'm a die hard dinosaur freak. Don't make accusations if you haven't actually checked for yourself. ^_^
User avatar #722 to #721 - dunkleosteus
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Bitch Suck on my degree in paleontology.
User avatar #18 to #17 - nadastress
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Your comment just set me back 10 IQ points
User avatar #19 to #18 - dunkleosteus
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it's a species of bird that went extinct on new zealand 1500 years ago.
User avatar #21 to #19 - Fjcf
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you mean around the 1500s
#47 to #21 - mynameisrobert
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you are right. it went extinct around 1500 AD
User avatar #22 to #21 - dunkleosteus
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no, there were multiple species of moa. I think THIS one was 1500 years ago.
User avatar #16 - commanderbunbun
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i wanna eat it
#15 - anon id: 06add71e
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The Upland Moa (Megalapteryx didinus) was a species of Moa bird endemic to New Zealand. Ratites are flightless birds with a sternum without a keel. They also have a distinctive palate. It was the last moa species to become extinct, vanishing around 1500 AD.
User avatar #14 - irobin
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I thought it was a ****
#13 - jacksterlad
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#11 - powerlevel
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Its giving us the finger because we turned his family into fossil fuels.
User avatar #10 - rustymushroom
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Well stop taking pictures and start cloning that ****!
#12 to #10 - anon id: 31566231
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Half life of DNA is expired can't clone **** that old anymore.
#5 - derpingtonherp
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This is what "Megalapteryx" looks like, in case anyone was wondering......
User avatar #562 to #5 - drunkasaurus
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*looked like
#536 to #5 - nightlynutria
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I was about to google that. Thank you good sir. You just saved me a good amount of seconds of my life. Even though I wasted the double of seconds writing this comment and looking for this gif. My gift to you.
I was about to google that. Thank you good sir. You just saved me a good amount of seconds of my life. Even though I wasted the double of seconds writing this comment and looking for this gif. My gift to you.
User avatar #533 to #5 - bowler
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it looks like that one ****** at the pet-a-pet farm that youre not allowed to touch.
#456 to #5 - imadethisforyou
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its a ******* ostrich, all this time, all these dinosaurs, and the only thing that gets preserved is a ******* ostrich's foot.
its a ******* ostrich, all this time, all these dinosaurs, and the only thing that gets preserved is a ******* ostrich's foot.
User avatar #397 to #5 - bitey
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That's a ******* lame ass dinosaur.
#377 to #5 - stlbecker
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looks like a cassowary...
#123 to #5 - screwinz
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thats a moa from new zealand..... only extinct for a few hundred years
#164 to #123 - dasun
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had to log in just to say that is a moa. can confirm am from nz
User avatar #609 to #164 - lapsushominum
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I can confirm also, I am moa.
User avatar #616 to #609 - sacker
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No you're not, you're extinct.
#119 to #5 - anon id: 64d41b01
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Only me who got slightly dissapointed ?
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#4 - yourbed
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Why wasn't i aware of this?
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#2 - spacestalin
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is also giving you the finger
#1 - demonfox
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awesome