1. RidiculousName

    From Awesome to, well, Chickadees..

    As many are likely aware, birds are dinosaurs. I eat dinosaur almost every day for lunch. Why? Why did only the avian dinosaurs survive the mass extinction?
  2. R

    Dinosaurs of the northern regions

    Recent excavations and research indicate that several species of dinosaurs roamed further north than previously suspected: some even came close to the Arctic regions. Now, unless they were warm-blooded or covered with some kind of protective coat (feathers? possibly even real fur?), how could...
  3. R

    Did dinosaurs of the Cretaceous suffer from gigantism?

    By the Cretaceous period, some dinosaurs had grown to truly huge proportions. I wonder what might have caused this phenomenon. Perhaps a physical imbalance called gigantism, provoked by cosmic disturbances or environmental disorders, such as contamination of the atmosphere, soil or bodies of...
  4. R

    Were dinosaurs more intelligent than modern reptiles?

    Many people tend to think of dinosaurs as huge, lumbering brutes, with pea-sized brains and hardly an iota of reasoning power. Yet, considering the highly dangerous, competitive world in which dinosaurs roamed, it would seem logical that they needed a strong dose of intelligence and...
  5. M

    Dinosaurs lived in a low oxygen world

    Dinosaurs Lived in a Low-oxygen World, Study Suggests : Environment : Nature World News From the article Amber does not lie, the widespread belief dinosaurs lived in a world of higher oxygen compared to today is a myth
  6. Naomasa298

    Dinosaurs are British

    Dinosaurs may have a UK origin - BBC News God Save the Queen!
  7. A

    Paleocene Non-Avian Dinosaurs. Did They Actually survive?

    Hey guys I wanted to get this off my back, shoulders and chest. I was reading an article about Non-Avian Dinosaurs that survived the K-Pg extinction boundary 66 million years ago (was 65 million years) and lasted well into the Paleocene epoch, which I found it completely absurd. Sure it'll be...
  8. Theodoric

    Dinosaurs invade the Roman Empire

    The year is 300 AD, the Roman Empire has emerged from the crisis of the third century with large military forces. On the other side of the Rhine and the Danube, the Germanic tribesman are being displaced by a new threat of riders from the Eastern Steppes: The Huns. But these riders come not on...
  9. ghostexorcist

    Interesting Facts About the Tyrannosaurs

    Interesting Facts About the Tyrannosaurs By Jim R. McClanahan I normally read about East Asia studies or primate behavior and evolution. However, it's fun to branch out every once in a while. I recently purchased a fascinating book by David Hone titled The Tyrannosaur Chronicles: The Biology...
  10. VHS

    Could sapient dinosaurs arise if the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction didn't happen?

    In both the novels and the TV-series of Dinotopia, various species of sapient dinosaurs exist, especially the Dromaeosauridae and troodontidae. The movie The Good Dinosaur apparently shows dinosaurs capable of agriculture and pastoral herding. The suggestion is that none of the non-avian...
  11. S

    Intelligent Dinosaurs

    I just saw an old video on youtube about Dinosaurs evolving human-like intelligence if that meteor impact had not wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs. The likely candidate was Trodoon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HpBgsnJB4c Thoughts and comments?
  12. EmperorTigerstar

    Dinosaurs and Feathers

    Now that it's pretty well established that most dinosaurs had feathers as opposed to scales all over, how do you personally think of it? Do you now prefer dinosaur pictures showing them with feathers or do you always prefer the original more lizard idea even if it is inaccurate? After all...
  13. Naima

    Dinosaurs, Reptiles and Birds

    Are so Birds like Reptiles with feathers and fly ability? wha'ts the actual tree definition that links those three things? Why we call Reptiles all the usually referenced , lizards , snakes, turtles, etc but then they include also birds and dinosaurs?
  14. Glowin

    Reintroduction of prehistoric beings into world

    Would you support it? Would you even like it? And would you like to have them reintegrated into the wild (after a time), or to be strickly kept as zoo attractions? I guess that we would face a serious eco-biological problem with them being reintroduced into the wild, and would really need to...
  15. FinMckinney

    What if There are Still Dinosaurs??

    Ok, so the dinosaurs were said to have died because the sun was blotted out by dirt in the sky from a meteor. From there the plants greatly died out, and the large dinosaurs followed. And I guess mammals survived in a hidden caverns and **** somewhere (AKA The Cradle of Humanity, no one ever...
  16. Salah

    Dinosaurs and feathers

    They were my passion as a kid. I left the realm of paleozoology for a decade - and came back to find everybody grew feathers. Now they're telling us even basal ceratopsids like Psittacosaurus and possibly even primitive and/or juvenile tyrannosaurids had feathers or feather-like body...
  17. A

    Dinosaurs migrated 200 miles in herds, scientists find

    Read more: Dinosaurs migrated 200 miles in herds, scientists find - Telegraph
  18. V

    Found records the foundation of Moscow in the era of the dinosaurs

    Found records the foundation of Moscow in the era of the dinosaurs carried out a revolution in the field of archeology, paleontology, anthropology and history. Found records the foundation of Moscow in the era of the dinosaurs 1458-2358 (900 years of Moscow). The cost of the jubilee spoon: 5...
  19. tjadams

    Tiny Dinosaurs Left Footprints on Ancient South Pole

    Tiny Dinosaurs Left Footprints on Ancient South Pole By Jennifer Welsh Published August 11, 2011 | LiveScience Several groups of dinosaurs that were roaming the South Pole more than 100 million years ago left three-toed prints in the wet, sandy soil. As they became compacted into cliffs, the...
  20. tjadams

    Did Dinosaurs Hibernate?

    Did Dinosaurs Hibernate? Melting History's Mysteries at South Pole By Loren Grush Published August 08, 2011 | FoxNews.com Dinosaurs living in the intense cold and months-long darkness of the South Pole were once thought to hibernate during the winter months just to survive. That old theory has...