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« What can nanofactories do? | Main | "Well-Qualified Nuts" »

June 14, 2007


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I wonder how many Dinosars actually existed?
There are so many types.....
I really like the Duckbill Dinosaurs
Anatotitan that looks like a 40 foot duck,
Olorotitan- a 40 foot swan like Dino and Corythosaurus a 33 foot Cassowary!
Besides them my favourite has always been Stegosaurus!

I hope that someone produces a model kitset of these new dinosaurs- I have the AIRFIX model set (T Rex, Triceratops, Stego, Corythosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Dimetron) and the BANDAI set (T Rex, Iguanodon, Brontosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Triceratops, Styracosaurus and Stegosaurus)
TAMIYA (Triceratops,Stegosaurus, T Rex, Dioramas T Rex Parasaurolophus and Chasmosaurus)

What we need is : Gigantoraptor, Polacanthus, Baryonyx, Pachyrhinosaurus, Trachodon, Carnotaurus, Allosaurus, Amargosaurus...


Mike Treder, CRN

I'm with you, Colin. It's kind of humbling to realize that dinosaurs -- in all their variations -- dominated their landscape for a hundred and fifty million years, while we homo sapiens have trod the earth for about 1/750 as long...

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