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#1 9 years ago

Do you think its possible for dinosaurs to still live in the deep forests of south america?

big or small do you think we will ever find anything that lived all those years ago?




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#2 9 years ago

No.

Dinosaurs are long gone.


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#3 9 years ago

oww.. how boring.. reckon theres anything special hidden in the jungles down there?




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#4 9 years ago
acidfluxxbass;4538766oww.. how boring.. reckon theres anything special hidden in the jungles down there?

A very large "tree."




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#5 9 years ago

There are still animals that come from the dinosaur age. For instance, the crocodile, the rats (I think it was something like that) and birds descends from the prosauropod. Theres also the Archaeopteryxwhich is a mix of dinosaurs and birds.

Although animals have configured themselves so that they are able to live today. I know I read an article about crocodiles in the past, that a crocodile could be over 12 metres long in the dinosaur age, but it was unsure why it shrunk.

I can also believe that some small lizards, beetles and the smaller animals still descend from the dinosaurs, but nothing big such as a spinosaurs or smaller versions of Trexes.




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#6 9 years ago

Juggernut;4538786There are still animals that come from the dinosaur age. For instance, the crocodile, the rats (I think it was something like that) and birds descends from the prosauropod. Theres also the Archaeopteryxwhich is a mix of dinosaurs and birds.

Although animals have configured themselves so that they are able to live today. I know I read an article about crocodiles in the past, that a crocodile could be over 12 metres long in the dinosaur age, but it was unsure why it shrunk.

I can also believe that some small lizards, beetles and the smaller animals still descend from the dinosaurs, but nothing big such as a spinosaurs or smaller versions of Trexes.

Ligers have the size of a Sabretooth tiger. We COULD be lucky and find a small tribe of "dinosaurs" down there. But the largest possibility for dinosaurs is aquatic. You can see the crocodile survived just fine.




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#7 9 years ago

what about the scaled chickens that ran about? not even them? they're pretty resiliant..




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#8 9 years ago
Crumbs;4538783A very large "tree."

Like this?




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#9 9 years ago

Thats probably a redwood, and they are pretty common.




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#10 9 years ago

Who knows? For the exact and true answers we will have to solve the riddle of the extinction of the dinosaurs first. Which is almost impossible, I can already tell you people.