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Dinosaurs!
« on: September 04, 2016, 02:03:32 PM »
Come on people heh I'm surely not the only one who really like Dino's. I even have a small interest in paleontology. I found this fb page and since I been following it I been seeing some neat stuff. Better than crap that's usually on fb feeds. I'm not a genius with Dinosaurs but I know some. Its just so interesting to try and imagine creatures in there size and unique way of life. Reptiles ruled the earth.

There are so many movies, games, comics, books, and entertainment/knowledge surrounding dinosaurs. We can post about anything dino or even reptile related if you want.

I will start things off with a few pictures and a video of one of my favorite dino games of all :)

Awesome picture from the fb page I was talking about.


Its been hinted that the trex vs spinosaurs match from JP 3 will be remade..With a possible new winner!


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FOSSILS FOUND: Partial skeleton

BONES FOUND INCLUDE: 14 inch sickle shaped claws.

WHERE IT WAS FOUND: Rio Neuquen Rock Formation, Sierra del Portezuelo, Province of Neuquen, Argentina, South America.

TERRAIN TYPE: Woodlands



Primal Rage Snes version.

« Last Edit: September 04, 2016, 02:04:31 PM by Duke64 »
Dinosaur Hunter
"Its time to make tracks"
"You are tiny grasshopper"
"Suck it down"
"Boo, No soup for you"
"Arrrgghhhh"
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Re: Dinosaurs!
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2016, 02:38:31 PM »
Oh yeah that's when fighting games were reaching there greatness there.

Sarcosuchus Imperator





Lol I played some of this game awhile ago, I always be Pathfinder he reminded me of knock off Turok character lol. However I don't think this game is very good but its not terrible.

« Last Edit: September 10, 2016, 02:42:08 PM by Duke64 »
Dinosaur Hunter
"Its time to make tracks"
"You are tiny grasshopper"
"Suck it down"
"Boo, No soup for you"
"Arrrgghhhh"
"I live again"

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Re: Dinosaurs!
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2016, 08:29:12 PM »
Thanks for this section Duke! I really love dinosaurs! I didnt know you played Primal Carnage. I loved the first game but I feel the Extinction pseudosequel was a little step down...I dont know why. Now the dinosaur game that Im really have fun is ARK. A funny fact is when Megaraptor was discovered, all thought was a giant raptor, that claw is from the hand actually and this dinosaur have its own family named Megaraptora, the giant carnivores of the south hemisphere.
And yes Sarcosuchus, my favourite prehistoric crocodile along with Kaprosuchus.
« Last Edit: September 11, 2016, 08:30:52 PM by BadgerCipher »
WHAT A LOVELY DAY!

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Re: Dinosaurs!
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2016, 04:11:47 AM »
Come on people heh I'm surely not the only one who really like Dino's. I even have a small interest in paleontology. I found this fb page and since I been following it I been seeing some neat stuff. Better than crap that's usually on fb feeds. I'm not a genius with Dinosaurs but I know some. Its just so interesting to try and imagine creatures in there size and unique way of life. Reptiles ruled the earth.

There are so many movies, games, comics, books, and entertainment/knowledge surrounding dinosaurs. We can post about anything dino or even reptile related if you want.

I will start things off with a few pictures and a video of one of my favorite dino games of all :)

Awesome picture from the fb page I was talking about.


Its been hinted that the trex vs spinosaurs match from JP 3 will be remade..With a possible new winner!


Megaraptor

FOSSILS FOUND: Partial skeleton

BONES FOUND INCLUDE: 14 inch sickle shaped claws.

WHERE IT WAS FOUND: Rio Neuquen Rock Formation, Sierra del Portezuelo, Province of Neuquen, Argentina, South America.

TERRAIN TYPE: Woodlands



Primal Rage Snes version.



I'll see if I can dig up some of my old research papers from back in the day. I dropped out of paleontology but I did do a lot of research and remember coming to a conclusion that a lot of the Dino's considered fameouse today where closely related to birds. Like the tree looked like a big chicken basically.

 

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