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Re: Croc skeleton?


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Posted by Burmuda on April 12, 2003 at 10:49:58:

In Reply to: Re: Croc skeleton? posted by meretseger on April 11, 2003 at 10:59:55:

Horner doesnt claim anything about T-rex hunting whatsoever, his findings are based on theory and modern creatures, and of course theory is nothing more than a substitute for experience put forth by someone who didnt know what he was talking about. Why would you need grasping arms if you had a mouth full of grasping 6 inch teeth. I havent seen a lion take down an animal without using its jaws, we have no idea what a T-rex or any other dinosaur may have been capable of, how much do you think is possible examining a creature that lived 65 million years ago, an age that is incomprehensible by human minds, and to think that we have all that answers......pffft simple minded i say.




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