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    Proof that dinosaurs lived alongside modern mammals

    Is there any?



    If so, please provide !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Jennings View Post
    Is there any?
    No.

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    It has been noted that some primitive mammals lived alongside dinosaurs, and at least one was big enough to be a threat to some of them:



    The most famous case is Repenomamus. Hardly a household name, this critter is the exception to everything I heard about mammals in the Age of Dinosaurs. The classic story is that mammals were so stifled by the dinosaurian reign that our furry ancestors and cousins remained small and hid among the shadows. There is some truth to the notion. Mammalian evolution was influenced by dinosaur evolution, and as Mesozoic mammals diversified, most stayed small and became adapted to burrowing, swimming, gliding and other modes of life in the shadow of the dinosaurs.

    Repenomamus, on the other hand, was huge for a mammal of its time. This roughly 130-million-year-old carnivore, found in the rich fossil beds of northeastern China, was a badger-like creature a little over three feet long—bigger than some of the feathery dinosaurs that lived at that same time. Repenomamus was big enough to eat dinosaurs, and we know that the mammal definitely did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    No.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Jennings View Post
    Thank you. My respect for you is growing
    Have you examined the dinosaur fossils? No? Who did? Funny that they find them whenever they go looking for them. When was the first one ever found? 10,000 years ago? No? Not until mid 1800s? I heard they were fabricated and fake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick jane View Post
    Have you examined the dinosaur fossils? No? Who did? Funny that they find them whenever they go looking for them. When was the first one ever found? 10,000 years ago? No? Not until mid 1800s? I heard they were fabricated and fake.
    I've found dinosaur fossils: Allosaurus and Diplodocus myself. So yeah, I've examined them. It's not wise to assume prior to a reply, PJ

    I've also found a myriad of extinct ferns in NM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Jennings View Post
    I've found dinosaur fossils: Allosaurus and Diplodocus myself. So yeah, I've examined them. It's not wise to assume prior to a reply, PJ

    I've also found a myriad of extinct ferns in NM
    I believe the ferns. I'll let you have your imaginary dinosaurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick jane View Post
    I believe the ferns. I'll let you have your imaginary dinosaurs.
    Fine. If you want to deny the reality I lived that's up to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Jennings View Post
    Thank you.
    For what?
    Where is the evidence for a global flood?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WatchmanOnTheWall View Post
    Only problem is, it doesn't look anything like a stegosaurus. The little circles behind the mammal look like background decoration.

    I notice the goofball who thinks it looks like a stegosaurus doesn't want to talk about the humanoid with dog legs and a tail right below it.

    For reasons we all can understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Barbarian View Post
    Only problem is, it doesn't look anything like a stegosaurus. The little circles behind the mammal look like background decoration.

    I notice the goofball who thinks it looks like a stegosaurus doesn't want to talk about the humanoid with dog legs and a tail right below it.

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    Possibly? But it would be odd that the artist carved the leaves so regularly as to look like stegosaurus plates? I think they look more like plates. Besides I believe most of the dinosaurs died off in the flood anyway.

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    Possibly? But it would be odd that the artist carved the leaves so regularly as to look like stegosaurus plates?
    Notice it has hooves, not claws. And the head is huge, with horns of some kind, while a real stegosaurus has a tiny head and no horns. There's no difference in size between front and back legs. And no thagomizer.

    Sorry. It just doesn't look anything like a stegosaurus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Barbarian View Post




    Notice it has hooves, not claws. And the head is huge, with horns of some kind, while a real stegosaurus has a tiny head and no horns. There's no difference in size between front and back legs. And no thagomizer.

    Sorry. It just doesn't look anything like a stegosaurus.

    The legs are the same but yes there are a few slight differences but then the artists skill and impression might be responsible for that? Or perhaps it was another type of Stegosaurus that we have not discovered yet? But it certainly looks more like a stegosaurus than any other animal I can think of? And is the first one that comes to mind when looking at it, unless you know of a better match?

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    Dinosaurs in history?

    Yes, that's correct. Dinosaurs in the written historical record. There are numerous accounts of dinosaurs in the written historical record of many of the world's ancient cultures. The word that is commonly used today to describe extremely large "extinct" reptile creatures is the word dinosaur.

    The word "dinosaur" was created in 1841 by an English Scientist named, Sir Richard Owen. He created the word to describe giant lizards that had recently been discovered in the fossil record. Prior to 1841, the most common term in the english language used to describe giant lizards was the word, dragon.

    The dragon, no doubt, has been romanticized down through the ages, but when you look back into the historical records of nearly every culture in the world you find stories about men seeing and killing dragons.
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