New Dinosaur Species Found

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  1. Devastator001

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    I love reading about newly discovered species, alive and extinct.
    Awesome,
     
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    Cool, and meat-eaters too, not those wimpy herbivore bitches.
     
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    Meh, I was hoping that they had finally discovered the Goddam Sexual Tyranosaurus.
     
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    Sorry, couldn't resist. Anyway, awesome news. Any new Dino info is always cool to see. I was just watching some Dino stuff last night on Discovery too.
     
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    As a kid, I was a dino-geek. I still have a soft spot in my heart for those things. I noticed when checking out the illustrations of the two dinosaurs, Eocarcharia looks to be closely related to Baryonyx based on the forearm claws. Kryptops looks like it could be in the same family as the Argentinan dino known as Carnotarus based on the forearms.
     
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    Wow. Good going, Kryptops. You managed to make the Tyrannosaur's arms look beefy.
     

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