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#209 - youfayl
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Wait, that's T-Rex from Dinosaur Comics.
#203 - AliCattLovee
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(01/13/2013) [-]
I like to tape my thumbs to my wrist and pretend to be a dinosaur
#200 - anon
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(01/13/2013) [-]
you call that facts?
i hope you drive off a cliff, and dies a slow death faggot.
#213 to #200 - curtisbentley
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#202 to #200 - tomtomat [OP]
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Thank you for that insightful tip, anon.
#193 - mcfeelston
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Cantosaur looks like a penis with legs
#204 to #193 - warzon
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You all know the ones that look like penises are the most dangerous.
#194 to #193 - mcfeelston
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(01/13/2013) [-]
carnotaurs*..... ****.
#187 - tylosaurus
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Aaaaw yeah!
#190 to #187 - tomtomat [OP]
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Isn't it weird that in a picture that almost gets everything wrong scientificly, the one thing that is right is the one thing most people don't know is right? (The non-pronated hands)
#198 to #190 - tylosaurus
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Well what's wrong? The fact that it's blue and have a ⑨ball on it's leg, the skin that makes it look like it has a bowtie, the bow on the head and the wings or that there is a bunny, a cat and a girl riding a pterodactyl in the background?
#201 to #198 - tomtomat [OP]
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Aside from the fact that it's psycially impossible for Rex to stand like... yeah. Although it could have been blue for all we know.

And hey, that's no pterodactyl, that's a pterosaur. ^^
#206 to #201 - tylosaurus
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(01/13/2013) [-]
I see, it's the fingers that makes the difference?
#208 to #206 - tomtomat [OP]
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Like you can see in the post, if they are facing downwards, the arms are broken. If the hands look like they're about to clap, they're correct.
#212 to #208 - tylosaurus
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Eeh, in the post it's also a pterosaur then because it seems to me that it's about to clap.

Pterodactyl = 1 finger
Pterosaur = 4?
#216 to #212 - tomtomat [OP]
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Oh, no, uh, my bad, I still thought we were talking about the theropod hands. Not about the pterosaur-thing.

I'm not knowledgeable when it comes to these guys, actually. This is simply something I have been told by a palentologist at some point. I think the pterodactyls lived during the jurassic, and that's a Pteranodon from the looks of it, which lived during the cretaceous. Still, I'm not sure.
#218 to #216 - tylosaurus
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Well, we'd have to judge from the hands here seeing as you can't judge the age.

Since you know.. there's a freaking cat, a rabbit, a lunarian(The human-like girl), a rex and a pterodactyl/pterosaur.
#219 to #218 - tomtomat [OP]
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I think we're missing each other somewhere. The hands I'm talking about belongs to the Rex, not the pterosaur. The flying one is a pterosaur, although I'm not sure it's a pterodactyl. Pterodactyls is just one group of pterosaur. ^^

Yeah, I know, it does seem illogical to try to make some sense out if this picture. Still, the Rex has correct hands, which I like.
#220 to #219 - tylosaurus
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Now I'm confused too. Well we're not talking about the rex. We're talking about the flying creature.

So, you're saying it's not a pterodactyl, but it's a pterosaur, but you're also saying you are not sure whether it's a pterodactyl, but it's definitely a pterosaur, which is a type of pterodactyl?

I can't seem to make any sense out of this.. If a pterosaur is a type of pterodactyl, then it must be a pterodactyl, right?
#223 to #220 - tomtomat [OP]
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You almost got it, it's the other way around. A pterosaur it is. All the flying reptiles during the reign of the dinosaurs were. But there are at least two subgroups of pterosaurs, one being pterodactyls. I don't remember the name of the other one.

Like this:
Family: Pterosaur
Subgroup: ?
Name: Pteranodon.

But hey, maybe we should look this up, it is possible it is a pterodactyl and I just ****** up. It still is a pterosaur non the less. ^^
#248 to #223 - tomtomat [OP]
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Yeah, I ****** up. Pteranodon is a pterodactyl. My bad!

(...still a pterosaur though, heh)
#448 to #248 - tylosaurus
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Ah, I see.
#184 - neokun
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Im disappointed in life in the sense that we go from kick ass dinosaurs to... us...
#186 to #184 - tomtomat [OP]
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I know that feel. Still, if the non-avian dinosaurs didn't die out, we probably wouldn't be here!
#181 - felixjarl
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#182 to #181 - felixjarl
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#183 to #182 - felixjarl
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#188 to #183 - tomtomat [OP]
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Hope you don't mind. 'Cause you don't **** around when it comes to dinosaurs.
#189 to #188 - felixjarl
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Mind? I do actually mind a lot. I mind in a positive way, i will mind so much that your mind will be totally minded!
#176 - mysticpichu
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realy? no one has posted this yet? oh well i'll do it then.
#180 to #176 - tomtomat [OP]
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Before its too late to help them become awesome!
#173 - popkornking
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(01/13/2013) [-]
1. Have brain hooked up out of body
2. Brain is now infinitely bigger than body
3. Become smartest being in known universe
4. ????
5. Profit!
#175 to #173 - tomtomat [OP]
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Yeah, if only. Still have to get over basically everything that could go wrong and that we still have no clue how to fix physically.
#177 to #175 - popkornking
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And the fact that brain:body ratio actually wouldn't have that much of an effect... It was a joke
#185 to #177 - tomtomat [OP]
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I know, mine was too. Brains have to be made fit to the body to make it work. And I know brain-to-body ratio still is somewhat questioned. I don't have anything to back this up, which is really bad on my part. I just remember being told this by a paleontologist a couple if years ago. And in time, brain-to-body ratio holds up very well, with us having the biggest brain in comparison to the body. Chimpanzees after.
#170 - popkornking
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(01/13/2013) [-]
I'm not sure but I think the pictured dinosaur was Dinonychus
#178 to #170 - tomtomat [OP]
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Whcih one? The Red one is supposed to be a Utahraptor, based on the novel "Raptor Red". The other one most definitely is Dilophosaurus.
#169 - anon
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Everybody knows its all about the Megaladon and Trex anyway
#167 - vegetatheprince
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(01/13/2013) [-]
**** yea, dinosaurs
#154 - frysfrys
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(01/13/2013) [-]
**frysfrys rolled a random image posted in comment #2603351 at My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic ** tfw dinosaurs
#214 to #154 - anon
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(01/13/2013) [-]
would be nice if ponyfaggotry went the way of the dinosaurs.
#151 - fukkentyranitar
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#144 - lvademon
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Dinosaurs **********
Dinosaurs **********
#142 - doctorhorrible
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there were also intelligent dinos who graduated from Oxford and became fighter pilots for there own Yacht club
#150 to #142 - tomtomat [OP]
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Dino YACHT CLUB!
#141 - misato
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#140 - anon
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Dinosaurs are my childhood :')

They are way cooler than ponies, dragon crap or werewolf.

#139 - harbingerwolf
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#179 to #139 - fjponythread
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