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Dino Talk Oct. 16-20, 2001: A Dinosaur Forum

Your questions are far too hard.Looks like when I turn my back,every one brushes up on dino encyclopedia. But does any one know what a DICYNODON is I don't mean dicynodont but that name I mentioned.And what is the difference between lystrosaurus and dicynodon?The answer is that lystrosaurus had a broader beak and tusks were on the left or right end of the beak.
from Donovan c., age 12, ?, singapore, ?; October 20, 2001


"What does the name "Lanasaurus" mean?"

Ah, Lanasaurus, one of the more interesting names! While it is often translated as "wool lizard", it actually means "Fuzz lizard", named after "Fuzz" Crompton.

"Is Craspedodon lonzeensis a Iguanodant, a Titanosaur, or a Heterodontosaur?"

It's an iguanodont.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 20, 2001


My questions will keep getting harder until no one can answer them (if that ever happens!)
What does the name "Lanasaurus" mean?
Is Craspedodon lonzeensis a Iguanodant, a Titanosaur, or a Heterodontosaur?
Try it out!

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Great Trivia Master! You answered both questions. Neosodon is actually believed to be a Brachiosaurid dinosaur, but the genus is based only on a tooth.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Thanks for realizing my mistake Brad. I was looking at Dryptosaurus aquilunguis.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


"Dryptosaurus grandis (Carnosaur)"

Careful, that's _Dryptosauroides_ grandis! Any relationship between it and Dryptosaurus can be only hypothetical. Dryptosauroides does not show any carnosaurian features.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 20, 2001


Hey I think that Dinosaur Science forum is gettin much faster, I just typed on it today and it poped up
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Sangonghesaurus was from the anklasauria family!

And Neosodon is a Sauropod!

A good round of questions
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


There were yet more dinosaurs that MAY have lived in India that I did not mention...
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Dinosaurs that were found in India:
Barapasaurus tagorei(Sauropod), Brachypodosaurus gravis(Ankylosauria)
Coeluroides largus(Coelurosaur), Compsosuchus solus(Carnosaur), Dandakosaurus indicus(large Carnosaur), "Dinosaurus" (known only from a few vertebrae, carnivore), Dravidosaurus blandfordi(Stegosaur), Dryptosaurus grandis (Carnosaur), Indosaurus matleyi (Carnosaur), Indosuchus raptorius (Carnosaur), Jubbulpuria tenuis (Carnivore,Coelurosaur?), Kotasaurus yamanpalliensis (Sauropod), Laevisuchus indicus (Carnosaur), Lametasaurus indicus(Ankylosauria)
Ornithomimoides mobilis (carnosaur), Orthogoniosaurus matleyi (Carnivore, family unknown), Titanosaurus indicus (Titanosauridae, Sauropod), Walkeria maleriensis (Carnivore, family unknown).
Well, that was my list of Indian dinosaurs. If you want more info. on these dinosaurs, or any info., just ask, I LOVE answering questions!
Thank you.

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


"Some sort of a Sauropod genus based on a tooth"
VERY GOOD!!!!!

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Hey, Brad, while I was scanning the history of Dino Talk, I saw you post that you had got "The dinosaur Heresies" by Robert Baaker. I read that book also, and I thought it was very good.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


howdy ya'll! many people here know me as Tsuzuki I. new topic: how many kinds of dinos lived in India? or were there any at all? and if so how many kinds? i need(not really though) an answer real soon! or at least whenever you have time to answer my questions! hope ya'll have time to. thanks! buh bye!
from evilneko, age 8, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


"What is a Neosodon?"

Some sort of sauropod genus based on a tooth. No species have ever been assigned to it.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 20, 2001


Hey y'all! It's velociraptor, but I changed my name to utahraptor. oh nevermind. I'll just leave this site, sorry to bother you.
from Utahraptor, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Technically, we don't know what kind of habitats dinosaurs lived in, but they were probably like the habitats we see today...
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Since everyone here is so good(I mean it!) I decided to add one more challenge.
What type of dinosaur is "Sangonghesaurus"?
Is it part of the Ankylosauridae, the Cetiosauridae, or the Caegnathidae?
Good luck again!

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Congratulations to the people who knew which of the two proposed dinosaurs was related to Tuojiangosaurus!
Here's harder question:
What is a Neosodon?

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Large Theropods could probably kill just about any land animal today in my opinion.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


"I need this to be a long answer. What kind of habitats did the dinosaurs live in?"

About how many words is your teacher asking1 for?
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 20, 2001


"Come on skeptic, who cares if a 9 year old looks up a big vocabulary word in the dictionary or thesaurus. Isn't that what they're for?"

I know, that's what I was trying to say! Please read through my statements more carefully!
from Skeptic, age 13, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; October 20, 2001


I need this to be a long answer. What kind of habitats did the dinosaurs live in?
from AT, age 10, Canada, Ontario, Toronto; October 20, 2001


ok this isnt a trivia question, if large theropods like rex and giganotosaurus were alive today, do u think there are any animals they cant kill besides large whales. What do u think. I think they might have some trouble killing some animals but not much.
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


I believe Craterosaurus is a closer relitave to Tuojiangosaurus because they are both of the Stegasauria family, I think thats right.
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


Come on Skeptic, who cares if a 9 year old look up a big vocabulary word in the dictionary or Thesorus. Isn't that what they're for.
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 20, 2001


"What family does Azendosaurus belong to"

Possibly Thecodontosauridae.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 20, 2001


"Which of these dinosaurs was more closely related to Tuojiangsaurus:
Craterosaurus or Cryptodraco?"

Craterosaurus
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 20, 2001


I'm still answering your question tyrannosauruS. Some scientists beleive T-Rex had short arms to help it to balance its weight. (The skull was so massive...)
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


T-rex could have used its arms to scratch its stomach, but otherwise they weren't very useful. Technically, T-Rex didn't need his short but heavily built arms because he had evolved a powerhouse skull.
from Tim.M, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


A dino chat thing i found was mezizoic mumblying
from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


I thought I post a question and see who could answer it.

Which of these dinosaurs was more closely related to Tuojiangsaurus:
Craterosaurus or Cryptodraco?
Good luck!

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


"What family does Azendosaurus belong to"
It is a prosauropod. Nice question.
(Boy I'm posting a lot today...)

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


"You could frown a bit on the T-Rex hater..."
I didn't want to waste my time on such a foolish argument, but good point...

By the way Skeptic, I actually have known the word "hence" for years now, I was just remarking how it was a good vocabulary word for a nine year old. But thanks for trying to help.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


"Did t-rex use his arms for anything"
Probably not much, but scientists believe those arms could lift 600 pounds.

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


Tyrannosaurus,I would say t-rex didn't have any use for those arms,apart from having it small because of its massive jaws.
from Donovan c., age 12, ?, singapore, ?; October 19, 2001


SAAAAAAARZ
from DA MASTAZ BIG APOLOGY, FLOCK ON ERE, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


Now I'll answer the other two:
Centrosaurus probably suffered from horn injuries
Common plants throughout the Mezozoic include Conifers, Auricacia, Maidenhair, Cycads, even Magnolia can be traced to the cretaceous.

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


"You know something? "Hence" is a good vocabulary word for a nine year old, alpha male deinonychus. Where did you find this word?"

Why, are you looking for the word hence? Why, I'm pretty sure you could find it where most other words are, perhaps in a dictionary. That's probably where he found it too.

"I like the Itchyosaur even if it's not a dinosaur it's a prehistoric fish."

Mistake #1: Icthyosaurs were not fish, they were reptiles.

"I am doing it for my report. It is one of the only fish..."

Mistake #2: You repeated mistake #1.

"...to live on land and water"

Mistake #3: Icthyosaurs had fins, which were well adept for only water dwelling creatures. If he was amphibious he would have had some sort of arm or leg like appendages allowing him to move on land.

"Even though it is not important, Oviraptor was discovered on the nest in 1923 not 1924 or 1928."

If it's not important than why bring it back up?
from Skeptic, age 13, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; October 19, 2001


"be mr. nice guy to repair my reputation."

what reputation? You haven't been here very long......
from Skeptic, age 13, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; October 19, 2001


Tell me experts(Tim m, Brad)did T.Rex use it's arms for ANYTHING??
from tyrannosaurus, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


i likem da raptors! hhhhhhhhhhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii every1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from **spaceman spiff*, age 6, galazoid, the galaxy, my spaceship; October 19, 2001


someone said Nurosaurus had a short neck and long tail - that is a prominent feature Titanosaurids. hmmmmm Interesting.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?;

Thanks Brad!!

In the Triceratops picture it looks like the head isin't really connected to the body but I cant seem to get it right.
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


I want a chat room where you can argue about dinosaur things with people.I DO like arguing. If anyone can tell me how I can get to a dinosaur chat room I would be very gratefull.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


In my opinion, oviraptor was so specialised that it could only have eaten eggs, shellfish, or something else small and hard that could have needed grasping hands and a short, hard beak with twin prongs on the roof.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


who wants to know? - about Ornithomimus (I hope i'm not too late) . It is meant to have lived in swamps and forests. 3.5m long. Found in western north america and tibet. was an omnivore, may have eaten berries, ferns, fruit, small mammals. had long tibia, so could run fast. Had a beak, no teeth. lived in the Maastrichtian stage, (late cretacious) up until the very end of the mesozoic era (age of the dinosaurs.)
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


People keep thinking raptors are bright. Velociraptor was not the most intelligent dromaesaurid, and dromaesaurids are not the most intelligent dinosaurs. They are troodontids and saurornithoidids.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


I agree, JP3 is fake. Very FAKE. It' good to watch though. Also TIM, instead of telling me to be more humble (yeah, yeah, sars) You could frown a bit on the T REX hater, (somewhere in the middle he said a little dog could kill a T REX. No. I just can't think of a non rude response. So i'll just sit ere and be mr.nice guy to repair my reputation.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


When you said that a common injury in centosaurs is a broken tail, I remembered that broken tails are also common in maiasaurs. Interesting.
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


Hoo wants a challenge?

What family duz Azendohsaurus belong too?
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


Knowing the year of publication makes you look clever. IMAGE my friend.

1979 but yur close.

PS: i'm only ere on weekends
from da masta, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


Great drawings, Tom! Regarding your Triceratops, I think the frill is about the right size. Triceratops is a hard dinosaur to draw, and I'm impressed with the way you captured the shape of the face. Good perspective on the horn. There's definately something "wrong" about the neck/shoulders region, but everyone can make their own style of art. The Ceratosaurus is great too.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 19, 2001


Correct

1. It was once thought that the sail was used for a water sail, but now some theries are for sexual display, keeping body temperature, and to scare off other large theropods by moving side ways, that made him look bigger and fiercer.

2. A common injurie for centrosaurus is a broken tail. Some scientists think that they got stepped on.

3. Most of the plants herbovores ate were Cycads Ginkos and Conifers but there are others.
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


The other day I went on a website about oviraptor. Since everyone is argueing about when oviraptor was found I looked and saw that it was found in 1923. Oviraptor was named in 1924 though. So you were pretty close.
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 19, 2001


"I like the Ichyosaurus even if it's not a dinosaur it's a prhistoric
fish.I am doing it for my report.It is one of the only fish to live on land and water.It's name meens "fish lizard"."

Icthyosaurus isn't a fish. It's a reptile.
from Brad, age 14, Fenelon Falls, ON, Canada; October 19, 2001


"I think dravidosaurus is a stegosaur, though. At least that's what many of my sources indicate. I'm really interested in the Dravidosaurus plesiosaur... Where did you find this??"

DML postings, and the Dinosauricon. I know very little about it.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 19, 2001


"A common injurie for centrosaurus was a Broken leg, tail or fallen horn."

Probably a fallen horn

"Name some common plants for herbivores to eat"

Conifers, Monky Puzzle, Ferns and Cycads ( I cant remember the scientific names)
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Issebelle as far as I know Ithyosaurus only lived in the water
from Tom G, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Trivia master, where did you find out that the Oviraptor nest was found in 1923? I read it was in 1924. Oh well, close enough. Anyway, I'll answer your trivia questions.

1. Spinosaurus could have used its sail for an identification or sexual display, or it could have been to frighten other dinosaurs.
Some scientists believe the sail could have absorbed the suns rays to warm its body
I'll answer the other two later, I'm short for time...

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Neko, I think Microceratops could be smaller, but the estimates are based on an incomplete skeleton. The estimates for Microceratoprs are at 30 inches, while Compsognathus estimates are about 40 inches. It's very close anyway. So Microceratops could have been smaller. Dinodude, I'm not sure about Procompsognathus being smaller than Compsognathus. We do know that Procompsognathus was a primitive Ceratosaurid realted to Rioarribasaurus and Segisaurus.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Even though its not important Oviraptor was discovered on the nest in 1923 not 1924 or 1928
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Procompsagnathus was smaller than compsagnathus, compsagnathus was about 4 feet long while procompsagnathus was only about three. But they were about the same height.
from Dinodude, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


I like the Ichyosaurus even if it's not a dinosaur it's a prhistoric
fish.I am doing it for my report.It is one of the only fish to live on land and water.It's name meens "fish lizard".

from Isabelle R., age 9, abbosttstown, Pa, U.S.A; October 18, 2001


However, Alpha male Deinonychus, the Oviraptor fossils you are talking about were found in 1924, not 1928. Also, paleontologists BELIEVE that these eggs were Oviraptor eggs, but they aren't quite sure...
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


"hence the name Oviraptor..." You know something? "Hence" is a good vocabulary word for a 9 year old, Alpha male deinonychus. Where did you find this word?
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


"Dravidosaurus has been identified as a pleisiosaur." Really??
That's interesting! I think dravidosaurus is a stegosaur, though. At least that's what many of my sources indicate. I'm really interested in the Dravidosaurus plesiosaur... Where did you find this??

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


No Tim, I'm not on to anything. I just wanna know. Is Microceratops the smallest dinosaur then? If not, then what is? Since you say that Compsagnathus isn't the smallest dinosaur ever which is even more tiny then compsagnathus, what in the heck is then? I just wanna know....
>____> *stares* Honkie, what's dinowarz?

from Neko, age 11, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Today I'm going to give some easy ones.

1. Can anyone name at least one or two reasons that spinosaurus used its sail for?

2. A common injurie for centro saurus was a broken leg, tail, or fallen horn?

3. Name some common plants for herbovore dinosaurs to eat?
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


Doesn't one of the feathered dinosaur fossils preserve a striped pattern? I think it's Caudipteryx.
from Brad, age 14, Fenelon Falls, ON, Canada; October 18, 2001


Although Microceratops, being an herbivore, may have been heavier than Compsognathus. Also, I think Compsognathus had a proportionately longer neck and tail. I'm not saying that Compsognathus is the smallest, but it may be smaller than Microceratops.
from Brad, age 14, Fenelon Falls, ON, Canada; October 18, 2001


Hey, I'm going to post a Godzilla story! Who knows that Godzilla is a dinosaur?!? It's revealed in 1991's GODZILLA VS. King Ghidrah
from Alpha Male Deinonychus, age 9, You know, You know, You know; October 18, 2001


I dunno if they had strpes or not. We can't judge the color of dinosaurs.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


You can go to Zoomdinosaurs.com or simply search the web. There's plenty more Ornithomimus information.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


I'd be happy to help you with your report on Ornithomimus.
Ornithomimus lived in North America 76 to 65 million years ago(Cretaceous period) It was about 12 ft. long. "Ornithomimus" means "Bird mimic" because Ornithomimus was very similar to a bird. It is related to Struthiomimus and Gallimimus. Hold on, I'll get you something else...

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


I think you're on to something Neko. According to my research Microceratops is only 30 inches long! Compsognathus is known to be 40 inches long(about) It is possible that Microceratops is smaller.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 18, 2001


"When Oviraptor was discovered in 1928"

Wasn't it 1923?

"Later in the 70s, 80s or 90s it was found out that it was PROTECTING its eggs. That's why no calls it a egg thief."

What did we have in the 1970s and 1980s to suggest the eggs were oviraptorid? I think they were breifly considered ankylosaurid.
from Brad, age 14, Fenelon Falls, ON, Canada; October 18, 2001


"Did I make any mistakes??"

Dravidosaurus has been identified as a plesiosaur. But you did better than I could do.
from Brad, age 14, Fenelon Falls, ON, Canada; October 18, 2001


I can tell you somthing you might not know a
dinosaur named deinocheirus has the longest frightning claws.

from brandon, age 7, sydney, nsw, australia; October 18, 2001


Microceratops - Compsagnathus

People say Microceratops is as little as a rabbit - Compsagnathus about the size of a chicken. If Microceratops is about the size of a rabbit (if it's true) then that means that Compsagnathus isn't the smallest dinosaur ever. I think chickens are bigger than rabbits, don't any of you think so too? Maby compsagnathus isn't the smallest dinosaur that had ever live....maby there is. Anyone know?
from Neko, age 11, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


You come from Nantes, Greg s.? French is one of the languages I can speak! (really well)
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


Has anyone heard of Chialingosaurus kuani? (I've developped an interest in Stegosaurs) This dinosaur reminds me of Dacentrurus...
Anyway, now I'll try to name as many Stegosaurs as possible.
(In alphabetical order):
Changdusaurus laminapladocus, Chialingosaurus kuani, Chungkingosaurus jiagbeiensis, Craterosaurus pottonensis, Dacenturus armatus, Dravidosaurus blandfordi, Huayangosaurus taibii, Kentrosaurus aethiopicus, Lexovisaurus durobrivenses, Monkonosaurus lawulacus, Paranthodon africanum, Stegosaurus armatus, Stegosaurus stenops, Tuojiangosaurus multispinus, Wuerhosaurus homheni. Did I make any mistakes??

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


Hey I dont suppose anyone knows anything on the Ornithomimus. Do ya? Well I have to do this big report and I need a good grade on it!!!
from who wants to know?, age ?, ?, ?, USA; October 17, 2001


Brad, you were right about Gasosaurus and Gorgosaurus, I was reading an outdated book. But I don't know about Indosuchus being an Abelisaurid. This dinosaur had a skull with a flat roof, sugesting it could be realted to the Tyrannosaurids. I don't see any reason to believe Indosuchus was an Abelisaurid, but its definetly possible. We just don't have enough information on this dinosaur.
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


I'm doing a lot of different things with dinosaurs!!!
Like projects, stories, etc.
I really love dinosaurs.

from Jennifer s., age 10, London, Ontario, ?; October 17, 2001


Did the dinos have stripes our not I think they did.
from GAbby, age ??????, ?????, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


Oh okay.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


When Oviraptor was discovered in 1928 it was on a nest, which, to the discoverers looked like it died robbing the nest, hence the name 'Oviraptor'. Later in the 70s, 80s or 90s it was found out that it was PROTECTING its eggs. That's why no calls it a egg thief.
from Alpha Male Deinonychus, age 9, Please see earlier messages, See above, See above; October 17, 2001


Brad, you're the Picasso of paleontology.
from Caroline, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


so what hapened to the "Oviraptor ate eggs" thing?
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


You can't kill T rex scorpio. It will probably bite your head off.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


Dear Tim,
I already herd of Maleevosaurus,and I like it.This dinosaure lived in Mongolia,at the end of createous period.It is not very famous, because there are not a lot of bones which have been found.

from Greg.s, age 17, Nantes, ?, FRANCE; October 17, 2001


oh, well.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 17, 2001


holo how are you is it fun living in a fossils so you are my best frende in the city and fossils.lovejosh.g
from Josh.g, age 7, genese depot, wiscon, country D; October 17, 2001


"Other unofficial Tyrannosaurid genus' (meaning not officially described) are: Gasosaurus, Indosuchus, Gorgosaurus, Tarbosaurus, and many more..."

Actually, none of those are unofficial. Gasosaurus is too primitve to be a tyrannosaurid. Where did you hear that it was? Indosuchus is an abelisaurid, a completely different kind of theropod. Gorgosaurus is an official tyrannosaurid, it has been for a while now.
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 17, 2001


Here's an attractive looking T.Rex model, colored a little blandly, but I like it:

http://www.cmstudio.com/trex.htm
from Sauron, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


Here's an interesintg article I stumbled across concerning the Rigby giant. Its old, but I just now came across it.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1997/09/970917060320.htm
from Sauron, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


O.K.
I'm going to name as many of the tyrannosaurids as I can:
Tyrannosaurus Rex, Albertosaurus Sarcophagus, Alectrosaurus olseni, Alioramus Remotus, Chingkankousaurus fragilis, Daspletosaurus torosus,
Maleevosaurus novojilovi, Nanotyrannus lancensis, Tyrannosaurus Baatar. Other unofficial Tyrannosaurid genus' (meaning not officially described) are: Gasosaurus, Indosuchus, Gorgosaurus, Tarbosaurus, and many more...

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


"i've known ever since i came here Tim M."
Actually, that statement wasn't directed at you Gianna, I should have made that clear. Anyway, please don't assume... It makes feel guilty...

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


Maleevasaurus is actually one of my fav dinosaurs, but not my favorite.

It is a normal sized large theropod.
from Trivia Master, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


I've noticed ever since I came here tim M.
from Gianna, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


oh too bad you don't like t.rex. you have a different opinion I'm fine with that.
from Tyranosaurus, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


Hey, uh Brad and trivia master, you know that trivia forum you want? Isn't that what the dinosaur quiz thing is for, isn't it?

Just saw valley of the T. Rex. I think Horner's just some old guy who wants to be famous for proving others wrong, even though he can't. He is a media jockey.
from Skeptic, age 13, Toronto, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


"hi i'm new, who likes t.rex here"

really, you're new! Man, how exciting!

Yeah! Man, I'm just so excited that someone new is here!

Cool! That is so Cool!

Cool!!!!

But I think T. Rex (*&^. He sucks so much that he )(*& doublew. T. Rex ain't no god in my eyes, you "sean the conservative" dude guy man, I don't like you.

Even a wimpy little dog could kill a t. rex!! He runs in, bites T. Rex and runs away as t. rex bleeds to death!!!!

eat that all you t. rex fans!!

I hate t. Rex!

I think t. rex is some freak messed up lizard! What's with those tiny arms! He couldn't hunt!

yeah, t. rex just (*&^, yeah, yeah, yeah!!!!!!!!!!

I'm so good, I could whoop T. REX!!!!!!! Anyday!!!!!!Jusrt sign me up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from Scorpio, age 19, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


I like T-Rex!
Hey, has anyone here herd of Maleevosaurus? I think it is an interesting dinosaur.

from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


jP3 IS FAKE IF YOU HAVEN'T NOTICED YET!!!
from Tim M., age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


Blasphomous remarks are weird...............................
from Scorpio, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


hi i'm new,. who likes trex here
from tYrAnNoSaUrUs, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


Greg s.
what. Spino is not taller, faster, or more aggresive than T-rex. It might eat fish. So it is not more aggresibe

from ?, age ?, ?, ?, ?; October 16, 2001


I found a good dinosaur illustration site today. Lots of famous and not-so-famous historical pics.

http://www.copyrightexpired.com/earlyimage/
from Brad, age 14, Woodville, ON, Canada; October 16, 2001


Dear Josh.P
My name's Gregory.You are right when you say that Spinosaurus is faster than Tyrannosaurus.And Spinosaurus is taller than Tyrannosaurus,and more aggressive,like we can see it in Jurassic Park 3.
Hi!
P.S:Have you liked this movie?

from Greg.s, age 17, Nantes, ?, FRANCE; October 16, 2001


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