History ScienceMarchesOn / WalkingWithDinosaurs

24th Feb '15 3:35:05 PM Eriorguez
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A 12 meter Allosaurid seems to be the exception rather than the rule, and plenty of the other statements were pure speculation. Plus, a bare knowledge of typical theropod anatomy will show that relying on the hand claws was very unlikely, due to having less range of motion and less range overall than the head. Theropods didn't have the luxury of freerange shoulder joints, an elbow able to flex 150 degrees, or a supinating wrist and opposable thumb. Even Spinosaurids would have used their jaws as the main predatory tool.
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20th Feb '15 10:06:45 AM harryhenry
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This debate (About whether it was climate change or humans that killed off beasts like the woolly mammoth) isn't quite as conclusive as this bit makes it sound, as there's still quite a bit of debate in the scientific community about the cause.
20th Feb '15 12:24:48 AM harryhenry
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20th Feb '15 12:24:33 AM harryhenry
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20th Feb '15 12:21:53 AM harryhenry
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Ditto for my previous edit
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19th Feb '15 3:38:27 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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18th Feb '15 8:29:42 PM Pickly
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9th Feb '15 8:28:18 PM Bk-notburgerking
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