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Still Scratching .... by Ratshark48
As I sit on my back porch and scratch away at the matrix on my Flexicalymene/Triarthrus moult slab, I contemplate a question that I have seen often on this site: What is it worth? I'll start by saying that he who appoaches the wonders of nature with dollar signs in his or her eyes will be blind to the true worth of nature and the natural world. If I was paid minimum wage per hour for the hours ...

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Thanks once again! By the way Kman, I know Vermont is very abundant with fossils from the Cambrian and Ordovician periods, Cretaceous rocks are present, but no dinosaur fossils have been ...
by Lord of the Spinosaurs - 9 minutes ago
Tyrannosaurus would probably win on land. But seriously, this is getting old, and if these two predators did live in the same ecosystem then they would probably avoid each other to prevent ...
by Lord of the Spinosaurs - 17 minutes ago
Lord of the Spinosaurs wrote: Spinosaurus was probably mainly eating fish, it was not well adapted to life on the land. And it could not stalk the waters edge like modern day crocodiles ...
by JMD - 17 minutes ago
I would say its 50/50. Both were very dangerous theropods and were the apex predators in their environments. Although if you count Giganotosaurus hunting in packs then the Giga pack would ...
by Lord of the Spinosaurs - 27 minutes ago
Very interesting place to find it as it appears to be on rock that is from the K-Pg boundary, but they don't seem like dinosaur eggs- they're extremely rare, and they're usually longer and ...
by JMD - 30 minutes ago
The four Tyrannosaurus's of course. Though in water the Spinosaurus's would have a big advantage.
by Lord of the Spinosaurs - 32 minutes ago
Cretaceous Crew wrote: Almost looks like coprolite to me. I have a massive collection of Mesozoic coprolite and some are similar to your piece. Marine reptiles consumed large amounts of ...
by Kman - 1 hour ago
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