New Type of Giant Dinosaur Found in Spain

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  1. DevilzFan

    DevilzFan CobraIsland.com Veteran

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    I love these discoveries. Science rules.

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  2. Wing alpha

    Wing alpha <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and

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    more dinosaurs!

    so who is up for a cusstom beast wars dino?
     
  3. butz

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    Neat stuff. Too bad there weren't any pictures of the fossils.
     
  4. Chaos Muffin

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    Sweet, I love when they find new stuff like this, let's me know their's still some undiscovered places out there.

    Lets put on some Indy hats , get some whips and go find some
     
  5. flamepanther

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    Saw this on the news tonight. Awesome find!
     
  6. TheIncredibleHulk

    TheIncredibleHulk Find Gary Busey!

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    When was Rosie O'Donnel in Spain?
     
  7. Backstop

    Backstop Have you seen my box art?

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    lol.....Dude they found a Dinosaur not a planet................
     
  8. Chaos Muffin

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    Yeah, she's got alot of assmosphere
     
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    Mostly methane?
     
  10. Gigatron_2005

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    :lol ..


    But awesome! Giant dinosaurs are a favorite of mine. I love that sort of stuff. I also still eagerly wait for the day when they start cloning these suckers. I wants me some real life Jurassic Park!
     
  11. LigerPrime

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    Man, I love dinos but I think the scientists should have more bones (more than 1 dino) before they say its a new species. For all you no, this dino may be a normal brontosaurs that was abnormally large! Know what I mean? :D 
     
  12. MegaPrime33

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    :lol  :lol 
    Zing!
     
  13. Blunticon

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    Very awesome find. Hope to see a scale of this dino soon.
     
  14. Lance Halberd

    Lance Halberd oh hai

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    I think they should have named it "Elcaganerosaurus Muygrande" in honor of local tradition.
     
  15. Ops_was_a_truck

    Ops_was_a_truck JOOOLIE ANDREWWWWWS!!!!!!

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    Without a doubt, that thing certainly would have been a big stinker, back in the day. :lol 

    I can't wait for the comparison pics with the Brachiosaurs and the Allosaurs. Conjectured creature length is nice, but visual aids are great for going "oooooooh. Neeeeat."
     
  16. Grimlock_13

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    Agreed...that would be badass!
     
  17. Lance Halberd

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    Tell me about it! I always love it when National Geographic does the little scale charts of a man, the object in question, and then a building or landmark. I have no sense of scale.
     
  18. KA

    KA PENIS GOES WHERE?!!

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    yes, comparitive diagrams, please.
     
  19. ILoveDinobot

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    awesome! The world of dinosaurs is so fascinating. I would love to see them recunstruct this with a computer, I would love to know what it would look like. But I am sure that will take a few years.

    *edit: oh you guys already said that :p  well I agree!
     
  20. Zeta Otaku

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    Yay! Another dead animal!

    It's probably just a tree because as we ALL know, the Bible said nothing about dinosaurs, so they couldn't have existed...

    Kidding aside, awesome news... maybe we'll get another Jurrassic Park movie out of it ^_^
     

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