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Post by changeling » Sat Mar 03, 2018 8:15 am

'In the time of the dinosaurs' was one of the most debated books in the series. There were a lot of KASUs in terms of paleontology but who could blame her. Even after the discovery that raptors were feathered the Jurassic world still depicted them bare skinned. Here are some of the apt and accurate dinosaurs I found that could have replaced the ones in the book taking into account the geography and time line.

Tyrannosaurs rex and triceratops wouldn't have required replacement. They actually did exist during the late cretaceous extinction period. (Phew!)

Iguanodon - Edmontosaurus
Deinonychus - Dakatoraptor
Saltasaurus - Alamosaurus
Pteranodon - Quetzalcoatlus

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Re: Dinomorphs

Post by Tobias_Marco » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:33 pm

<Nice! Good work.>
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