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from Siti N., Jalan Tenaga, Singapore; October 23, 2002
A carnivore is a meat-eater.
Click here for a page on Megalodon.
A: No, today's blue whales are more massive than any of the dinosaurs were.
A: Apparently, newer ones than yours. For some good dinosaur references, click here (but remember that new specimens are being found all the time).
T. rex lived during the late Mesozoic Era (during the late Cretaceous period).
A: The blue whale.
A: Click here for a page on the woolly mammoth. For a Label Me! printout on the Woolly Mammoth, click here.
A: For info on dino eggs, click here.
Go to this link and read the page.
A: Utahraptor's sickle claws were 9-15 inches long. For more information on Utahraptor, click here.
Dinotalk is still online. With the topics on dinotalk straying so far from dinosaurs and being so controvertial (I've gotten losts of complaints about some of the posts), I don't think it really fits in with ZoomDinosaurs anymore, so it has it's own section (the old URL will still work, but it also has the URL http://www.CoolDinos.com/dinotalk/ ).
A: Yes, it was an ancient, armored, jawless fish. Click here for more information.
Deinonychus was found by Grant E. Meyer and John H. Ostrom in southern Montana (in the western United States) in 1964.
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