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Dino Talk Dec. 13-16, 2001: A Dinosaur Forum

I'm not sure why we measure bite force in terms of pounds, but I think the correct SI unit for measuring such force is Newtons. In that case, 13,400 newtons, should be around 1340 kilos. 20,000 pounds seems to be a perversion of mistaking newtons with pounds. But notice that the 13,400 newton figure is a conservative feeding bite estimate. As Tyrannosaurus could certainly bite a great deal harder, forces in excess of 20,00-30,000 newtons have be touted as lower-end attack bite estimates (absolute force estimates for Tyrannosaur skull strength before failure run much, much higher, but we're concerned about how much force the animal's muscles could produce in the design then absolute force ability). In any case, even the feeding bite estimate of 13,400 newtons is already way above any animal that ever walked.
from Honkie Tong, age 17, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


JC I want to put a picture on and click on the button it comes up with

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Which thing do I choose to put a picture on?
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001
Just mail it to the last alternative.


Da Masta is from britan? How come his english so bad?

Da Mastas english isn't bad. To me it sounds like kids talk normally at school and stuff.
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


I think the dinosaurs most likley to use their legs in fighting would be Hadrosaurs, Iguanodontids and other Ornthripods like Camptosaurus. Because if raptors like Deinoychus were attacking a Tenotosaurus the Tenotosaurus could shake of the Deinoychus and then stamp on it chrushing the Deinoychus. Or if a Ornthripod is getting chased it could kick the Theropod to make it fall over and give the Ornthipod time to get away. But their best defence would be running and they would probably only fight if they were cornered.
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


Da masta this love thing isn't my fault. it's this mystery writer who's doing this
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


Everyone, this is the last message i'm going to write to mystery writer. mystery writer who is your best friend in your class?
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


No tyrannosaurs in the Morrison Formation? I thought Stokesosaurus was one.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; December 16, 2001


okay fine, i guess I'k come back. I'm wondering where Tim is
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"Actually, its a Ceratosaurus rearing up on its tail to kick at a pair of Allosaurus."

I wasn't saying the tyrannosaurs and ceratosaurs were in the same drawing, I was just saying that Paul illustrated both of them in a kicking pose in separate pictures. Tyrannosaurs and ceratosaurs weren't contemporaneous.
from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


I think we (zoomDinosaurs people) all rule almost as much as the dinosaurs!
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


I spend so much time here because "chatting" with you is so much better than being with the kids I normally see every day.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"By kicking I meant like kicking with just one leg while gripping with the jaws. I really can't imagine a giant like T.rex bouncing back on its relatively slender tail like a kangaroo."

I think that T - Rex would only use it's legs in a situation that really needs it, and that would be pretty rare. It's jaws could do the work without the legs OK, the legs would even be getting in the way, because then the jaws would not be able to reach the prey!

And Britain is OK, Diloph, but I think the mercury levels in my blood would be smaller if I lived somewhere nice and peacefull like Tom G in New Zealand!
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"What's with this love stuff? This is about dinosaurs, not about how much you love someone!

Can't you "mystery writer" talk about dinosaurs and not just about how much you love Dan W."

I agree. Hey, I'm not a horrible old miser who thinks love is stupid, but this is a dinosaur site, for God's sake!!!!! And your swamping this forum with love letters!! Go on a valentine site or something!!
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


What the heck happened to these message boards?
All I see is, "I love you Dan W!!!!!" signed your retarded mystery writer.

from Bryan, age 13, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"I don' really know if T-Rex could kick with its feet or not, because it's kinda really hard to see a 5-7 ton predator kicking at its victim. Though it may sound strange it could be that T-Rex is able to kick with its feet, but I really believe that T-Rex depended more on attacking its victim with his jaws, and when the victim was down, he probably prompted his one of his legs on his victim to keep it from moving.
I could see T-Rex using his legs in another way, if he where to attack a stegosaurus*STEGOSAURUS LIVED IN THE LATE JURASSIC. TYRANNOSAURUS IN THE LATE MAASTRICHTIAN. THEY NEVER MET.* or an ankylosaurus, he could ambush, charge, and while he got close to the herbivore, step on there lethal tail, then T-Rex would use his jaws to flip them over and go for the kill bite*OOH, VERY RISKY. MAYBE ONLY A VERY HUNGRY T - REX...*.
T-Rex probably was able to kick, but it wouldn't have been as effective as if he where to use his mouth,*GOOD POINT.* so I believe T-Rex would very seldom use his legs in hunting, or fighting.*WELL, I AGREE. STRONGLY. HE WOULD OBVIOUSLY RUN WITH THEM, BUT I THINK THAT WHEN HE MADE A KILL, AND WAS EATING, HE USED HIS FOOT TO PIN DOWN THE CARCASS, AND THEN TAKE GREAT CHUNKS OUT OF IT."

from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"Does T.rex really have a bite force of 20,000 pounds per square inch? *YES.*
If so can you people tell me the website with this information on it.
THANK YOU*HMM, I'M NOT SURE. UH, WILL SOMEONE HELP HIM? I'M SURE HONKIE TONG WOULD KNOW. WHERE IS HE?*."

from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"I think tyrannosaurs could use their legs when fighting or attacking prey. Look how powerful an ostrich's kick is. When the tyrannosaurs chomp down on a body area they probably kicked with their strong hind legs to tear it off. I heard from somewhere that an ostrich defending itself could rip open a lion's stomach open with a kick. Imagine how formidable theropods are as fighters with a sharklike bite and an ostrichlike kick."

If neccesary, a theropod would probably have used it's muscular legs. But tyrannosaurs tried to focus on the oral weaponry more. And dinosaurs had stronger jaws than sharks and legs thatn ostriches.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"No, not on holiday. Just not posting for a while"

Huh? Why not? We're the zoomDinosaurs regulars! We don't allow other people to push us out of this forum! How come almost everyone left during the swarming? OK, it's your choice people, and I respect that, but I like everyone to be here! The more the merrier! Woohoo!!!! Come back everyone!
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"Eomanis was a mammal from the Eocene.*YA.*(I could be more specific if you want.*I'LL BELEIVE YOU THAT YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS.*) The fossils were found in Europe. France or Germany I think*GERMANY. IN MESSEL. YOU KNOW.*.
You're busy da masta?*YUP. ALL THE TIME...* So am I.
A two page essay in French arguying the point of your choice, multiple vocabulary tests in Spanish, Essays analysing the techniques of a poet... Now you know why I haven't been here! *JESUS, YEAH. GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR HOMEWORK.*

I don't have much time to come here anymore, But I'll make the most of the time I have.

You got nothing wrong on my trivia, da masta, my mistake*OK, THANKS.*.
How many digits did Ventastega have on its Manus? We're doing Tetrapods now *WE USUALLY ARE. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME WE DISCUSSED ANIMALS WITHOUT FOUR LIMBS HERE? NEVER I THINK. I MAY BE WRONG. BUT STILL...*? Isn't the presence of digits uncertain in Ventastega??*NOT ANYMORE!*
If not, my guess would be four digits...*THE EARLIEST DIGIT-BEARING VERTEBRATES WERE LONG THOUGHT TO HAVE FIVE DIGITS - THE PATTERN FOUND USUALLY IN LATER FORMS. HOWEVER, WE NOW KNOW THAT ICTHYOSTEGA, ACANTHOSTEGA, AND POSSIBLY OTHER TETRAPODS POSSESSED SEVERAL MORE FINGERS AND TOES, CHALLENGING THE OLD IDEA THAT POSSESSION OF FIVE DIGITS IS A FEATURE INHERITED BY TETRAPODS FROM THE VERY FIRST FOUR-FOOTED VERTEBRATES. ADVANCED TETRAPODS MAY POSSESS FIVE DIGITS SIMPLY BECAUSE THIS IS THE BEST NUMBER WHEN THE LIMBS ARE USED FOR WALKING, RATHER THAN AS PADDLES. VENTASTEGA, BEING A VERY EARLY TETRAPOD, HAD EIGHT DIGITS.*"

from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"Here's a decent mystery dinosaur thing:
I have round,bulbous post-orbital bosses that are(unlike most) bigger than my lacrimal hornlets.
If nobody guess right by saturday 22 I will post the answer."

You mean palpebral bones? Psittacosaurus?
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


I agree with Nick T-rex did probably kick it's victim while tring to kill it
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


mystery writer, just tell me who you are. I won't tell anyone at school(if you go to my school).I want to talk about dinosaurs.Maybe you do love me, but you don't have to tell anyone. Besides I don't know why every one thinks I'm so good looking. i'm just an average boy.Now lets forget this and lets talk about dinosaurs.
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


yes I've heard of New Zealand and it's very far away.
from Diloph, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


Mystery writer, you probably don't even go to my school. Your probably some guy who is playing a trick on me. Besides there is nobody else in my school who knows or even likes dinosaurs as much as me.No girl in my school knows what a gastrolite is.
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"Here's a decent mystery dinosaur thing:
I have round,bulbous post-orbital bosses that are(unlike most) bigger than my lacrimal hornlets."

That's a toughy. I'll guess _Majungatholus_.
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


"Does T.rex really have a bite force of 20,000 pounds per square inch?
If so can you people tell me the website with this information on it."

The max. bite force estimate for _T. rex_ is some 13,400 N, as calculated by Erickson et al. in:

Erickson, G. M., S. D. Van Kirk, J. Su, M. E. Levenston, W. E. Caler, and D. Carter. 1996. Bite-force estimation for Tyrannosaurus rex from tooth-marked bones. Nature 382: 706-708.
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


Da Masta is from britan? How come his english so bad?
from Roc, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


Hmm, I have a question though, why on earth would T.rex want to kick with its legs when it could do a great deal more damage with his jaws? After all, he had blunt leg claws so I doubt he could really slice anything open with a kick (though a kick from a T.rex would be incredibly powerful). And at such a size, kicking while standing on a limb would be extremely risky as well (5-ton animal balancing on one limb?). T.rex was pretty much a large and unbelievably powerful mouth on a mobile platform, and his gracile limbs were made to get the jaws to the target, I don't think anything else. Tyrannosaurids had very specific and defined ways of attacking their food, I don't think a kick factors in anywhere. But a smaller Tyrannosaurid might be fully capable of kicking, though I'm not sure it's revelant to its' abilities as a predator. But in the case of T.rex, I doubt he was an employer of kicks. His jaws were powerful enough, and besides, his design seems too advanced and refined, to have any secondary co-evolved attack methods.
from Honkie Tong, age 17, ?, ?, ?; December 16, 2001


By kicking I meant like kicking with just one leg while gripping with the jaws. I really can't imagine a giant like T.rex bouncing back on its relatively slender tail like a kangaroo.
from Nick, age 17, denver, CO, USA; December 15, 2001


Diloph you'll certainly never see me. you've probably never heard of New Zealand (Its a weaner of a country)
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


Merry Christmas

thought I'd say it early.

And by the way all of you are my friends even though I've never seen you before and some people I'll probably never see(like da masta. He lives in Britain =) It's a pretty cool country).
from Diloph, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


What's with this love stuff? This is about dinosaurs, not about how much you love someone!
from Diloph, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


Can't you "mystery writer" talk about dinosaurs and not just about how much you love Dan W.
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


"Exactly! Greg Paul illustrates that in _Predatory Dinosaurs of the World_ with tyrannosaurs and some other theropods (_Ceratosaurus_, I think)."

Actually, its a Ceratosaurus rearing up on its tail to kick at a pair of Allosaurus.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; December 15, 2001


Dan W, I really like you, you know and I think a lot of people I know like or maybe even love you like me and I think you should keep writing to me. Don't you know I love you and I will always love you and I want to know all about you. I've only seen you and heard you but I've never really take to you I am just a little shy to tell you at school, only on this web page, so please, don't stop writing to me. I love you and I want to hold for ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


Hey *DinoSol* I see that Dan W has a mystrey writer will you be mine??? I love you!!!!!!! I also now how Dan's mystrey writer is!!!!!
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


If you didn't know I am not in your class. My friends and I only see you at recess and in the hall ways, so please keep writing to me.
I'm deaply in love with you!!!!!!!!
XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


I don' really know if T-Rex could kick with its feet or not, because it's kinda really hard to see a 5-7 ton predator kicking at its victim. Though it may sound strange it could be that T-Rex is able to kick with its feet, but I really believe that T-Rex depended more on attacking its victim with his jaws, and when the victim was down, he probably prompted his one of his legs on his victim to keep it from moving.
I could see T-Rex using his legs in another way, if he where to attack a stegosaurus or an ankylosaurus, he could ambush, charge, and while he got close to the herbivore, step on there lethal tail, then T-Rex would use his jaws to flip them over and go for the kill bite.
T-Rex probably was able to kick, but it wouldn't have been as effective as if he where to use his mouth, so I believe T-Rex would very seldom use his legs in hunting, or fighting.

from ***DinoSol***, age 19, Green Bay, WI, USA; December 15, 2001


"I think tyrannosaurs could use their legs when fighting or attacking prey. Look how powerful an ostrich's kick is. When the tyrannosaurs chomp down on a body area they probably kicked with their strong hind legs to tear it off. I heard from somewhere that an ostrich defending itself could rip open a lion's stomach open with a kick. Imagine how formidable theropods are as fighters with a sharklike bite and an ostrichlike kick."

Exactly! Greg Paul illustrates that in _Predatory Dinosaurs of the World_ with tyrannosaurs and some other theropods (_Ceratosaurus_, I think).
Small theropods could probably do it too, the ostrich analogy works perfectly with ornithomimes.
I live in Arvada, which is very close to you in Denver, Nick.

from Chandler, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


Here's a decent mystery dinosaur thing:
I have round,bulbous post-orbital bosses that are(unlike most) bigger than my lacrimal hornlets.
If nobody guess right by saturday 22 I will post the answer.

from Stan, age ???, ?, ?, USA; December 15, 2001


Does T.rex really have a bite force of 20,000 pounds per square inch?
If so can you people tell me the website with this information on it.
THANK YOU.

from Nick, age 17, denver, CO, USA; December 15, 2001


I agree with Nick. My cat is a great example. She kicks and kicks and she's declawed. T. Rex could probably kick prey while attacking.
from Samuel, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


Mystery writer, if you knew who I am than you would know what grade I am in. I will not give you any more information.
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


Hi Dan W!!!!!!!!!!
Love ya!!!!!!!!!!!
XOXOXOXOXOXOXO

from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 15, 2001


So what do you say? Do you like me?! XOXOXOXOXOXO
from ???????, age 13, ???????, ????????, ?; December 15, 2001


I think tyrannosaurs could use their legs when fighting or attacking prey. Look how powerful an ostrich's kick is. When the tyrannosaurs chomp down on a body area they probably kicked with their strong hind legs to tear it off. I heard from somewhere that an ostrich defending itself could rip open a lion's stomach open with a kick. Imagine how formidable theropods are as fighters with a sharklike bite and an ostrichlike kick.
from Nick, age 17, denver, CO, USA; December 14, 2001


No, not on holiday. Just not posting for a while
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


Hello peoples!!!!!!!!! What's up? You now what some people say?
'What is so cool about dinosaurs? They're dead right?' Well if that's what you think you got a nother thing ahead of you. I love dinosaurs. Unlike today, dinosaurs did not talk but there were other ways of camunication. Like roars, yelps and crys. Like today, dinosaurs were able to live for thouds of years. Just like people. People have not lived that long but it will happen. Take animals. Some animals evolved from dinosaurs. If there were no dinosaurs how would they have been formed. Also I'm even doing a project on dinosaurs to help learn a little more evry day. Nobody is the genuise of dino's because we don't have all the facts. Dinosaur bones are being found everyday. They were more than just creatures, they were a colture. They adopted one an other to there world, so if you think dinosaurrs are stupid, as I said before, you have another thing coming.

from Jen, age 10, London, Ontario, ?; December 14, 2001


Yes I do go to you're school, I'm in grade 7. What grade are you in? I thought about you all day. You are so dreamy!!!!!!!!!
XOXOXOXOXOXO

from ????????, age 13, ??????, ???????, ?; December 14, 2001


mystery writer do you really go to st John Bosco School? are you in 7th or 8th grade?
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


Sorry, the real address is :

http://hometown.aol.com/jediuy/myhomepage/stpatrick.html

And it won't be up for a couple of days, so just hold on.
from Jediuyy, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


Looking for some dinosaur fights? Gory, bloddy, cut your stomach and let your bowels fall out fighting? Check out this site:

http://hometown.aol.com/jediuy/myhomepage/st.patric.html
from Jediuyy, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


"WHO THE H&*$ ARE YOU PEOPLE
*We are the zoomDinosaurs regulars. Do I detect a note of hostility?*
I MADE A MISTAKE IAM 14

I KNOW IT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I HAVE DONE THIS. SO IAM GOING TO MAKE THIS QUICK AND EASY. FOR ALL YOUR DINOSAUR NEEDS GO TO
WWW.JPINSTITUTE.COM CHECK THEIR DINOPEDIA TO SEE PICTURES *JP is very inaccurate. I'd suggest the Dinosauricon, Dinodata, and this site. Thanks anyway. I'll have a look.*.
AND YOU ALL )(*& *I think you ought to keep your more nasty feelings to yourself. Nobody really wants to know if you think we (*&^.*"

from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


"Ok I'll re-phrase my question. What are all the dinosaurs that lived at the same time and place as Allosaurus apart from Stegosaurus, Diplodocus, Apatosaurus, Dryosaurus, Brachiosaurus and Ceratosaurus?"

OK, I'll try. There's othneilia (a small hypsilophodontid,) torvosaurus (a large carnivore,) marshosaurus (a medium - sized theropod,) ornitholestes (you know already,) and coelurus, (a small coelurosaur.) There's almost certainly more, but more clever people than me will tell you. And of course, not all dinosaurs have been found yet, there's more out there waiting to be discovered!

Anyway, hope that helps.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


"Da master,there are 2 books,one is the wwb book,the other is WWB ANNUAL 2002,I think that's the time the show would arrive here,where I live."

Interesting. Thanks for telling me. What is this WWB annual 2002 book? In terms of content?
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


"Where's Gianna, Tim M, T Master and Honkie Tong?"

BREAK.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001"

Break? Huh? I don't get it. You mean you're on holiday?
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 14, 2001


Eomanis was a mammal from the Eocene.(I could be more specific if you want.) The fossils were found in Europe. France or Germany I think.
You're busy da masta? So am I.
A two page essay in French arguying the point of your choice, multiple vocabulary tests in Spanish, Essays analysing the techniques of a poet... Now you know why I haven't been here!

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


I don't have much time to come here anymore, But I'll make the most of the time I have.

You got nothing wrong on my trivia, da masta, my mistake.
How many digits did Ventastega have on its Manus? We're doing Tetrapods now? Isn't the presence of digits uncertain in Ventastega??
If not, my guess would be four digits...

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Ok I'll re-phrase my question. What are all the dinosaurs that lived at the same time and place as Allosaurus apart from Stegosaurus, Diplodocus, Apatosaurus, Dryosaurus, Brachiosaurus and Ceratosaurus?
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Da master,there are 2 books,one is the wwb book,the other is WWB ANNUAL 2002,I think that's the time the show would arrive here,where I live.
from Donovan c., age 12, ?, singapore, ?; December 13, 2001


"Where's Gianna, Tim M, T Master and Honkie Tong?"

BREAK.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


O.k Dan.W, here's a test.

a) How big is the size of the Stegasaurus's brain?

b) How many periods were there?

c) How tall was Euopocephalus?

d) How long were dinosaurs around?

No dinosaur was the same in any way. They had different personallitys, different voices or shape. Just like you!!!!!! XOXOXOX
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


WHO THE H&*$ ARE YOU PEOPLE
from SUCHOMIMUS, age 14, ?????, ??????, ??????; December 13, 2001


I MADE A MISTAKE IAM 14
from SUCHOMIMUS, age 14, ??????, ??????, ???????; December 13, 2001


I KNOW IT HAS BEEN A LONG TIME SINCE I HAVE DONE THIS. SO IAM GOING TO MAKE THIS QUICK AND EASY. FOR ALL YOUR DINOSAUR NEEDS GO TO
WWW.JPINSTITUTE.COM CHECK THEIR DINOPEDIA TO SEE PICTURES.
AND YOU ALL )(*&(*&

from SUCHOMIMUS, age 10, ?????, ???????, ?????????; December 13, 2001


Diplodocus, Apatosaurus and the Compsognathus lived at the same time as the Allosaurus. There's lot's more but if I named them all because there is way to many!!!!!
from ????????, age 13, ??????, ???????, ?; December 13, 2001


I'm female. I go to the same school as you do. And I do know what that means. You might see me walking to class. I like you!!!!!!!!!!
from ????????, age 13, ??????, ???????, ?; December 13, 2001


mystery writer, are you male or female?
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Fine mystery writer I;ll name one thing about dinosaurs that you don't know,actually heres 2! at-rex can bite down 20,000lbs per sq inch and a giant sauropods can hod about 100 gastrolites(if you know what that means)in it,s stomach.
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Yes mystery writer, Iam eleven.
from DanW, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Where's Gianna, Tim M, Brad, T Master, and Honkie Tong?
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Dan W are you eleven?
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


Can someone please tell me all the dinosaurs that lived with Allosaurus.
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


"Thanks for your support Da Masta, *YOU'RE WELCOME* I hope to see some people with some knowledge of dinosaurs, *THEY ARE NORMALLY HERE. TIM AND BRAD AND T - MASTER SEEM TO HAVE KINDA DISAPPEARED RECENTLY, ALONG WITH A HOST OF OTHER PEOPLE.* I may be shallow at this dinosaur thing, but I'll keep on trying.*YOU ARE NOT SHALLOW AT THIS. FROM YOUR MESSAGES YOU APPEAR KNOWLEDGEABLE.*"
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


"The bones in the shin are the radius and ulna, by the way."
Just thought I'd point out that the radius and ulna are part of the forearm, and not the shin. The shin bones are the tibia and fibula."

D'oh! Thanks for pointing that out! I get muddled up...
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


"Miss me?
YES.
Spinosaurus beat T-Rex? They never fought so that is a worthless battle"
WELL, WE'RE TALKING THEORETICALLY, IF THEY WHERE TO FIGHT.

from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; December 13, 2001


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