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“What trolls???”

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#271 Jan 7, 2013
i am addicted to caffeine wrote:
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STRETOSAURUS MACROMERUS
Why are you addicted to caffeine?
M7 RX-7

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#272 Jan 8, 2013
P. macromerus is 100 years senior to S. macromerus.

Therefore, Pliosaurus macromerus.
i am addicted to caffeine

San Francisco, CA

#273 Jan 8, 2013
M7 RX-7 wrote:
P. macromerus is 100 years senior to S. macromerus.
Therefore, Pliosaurus macromerus.
STRETOSAURUS MACROMERUS
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#275 Jan 8, 2013
Pliosaurus beats predator x

“BOOMER WILL LIVE”

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#276 Jan 10, 2013
Predator X IS Pliosaurus...

“Australia's #1 Paleontologist”

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#277 Jan 10, 2013
Spinodontosaurus wrote:
Predator X IS Pliosaurus...
Lol, don't bother. This guy once said that Carcharodontosaurus was 16m, Spinosaurus 58m and Amphicoelias 158m!!!

He's a nutter, a child who insists he is 20 when really he is barely 9.

“What trolls???”

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#278 Jan 10, 2013
Rexby wrote:
Pliosaurus beats predator x
Predator X = Pliosaurus funkei
Nathan

Tokyo, Japan

#279 Jan 11, 2013
my vote is on the Kronosaurus

“Australia's #1 Paleontologist”

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#280 Jan 11, 2013
Kronosaurus was 9-10m. Liopleurodon around 7 meters.

Kronosaurus takes this.

Go Australia!
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#281 Jan 12, 2013
Paleoworld-101 wrote:
Kronosaurus was 9-10m. Liopleurodon around 7 meters.
Kronosaurus takes this.
Go Australia!
Oh!!! That fanboy thinks kronosaurus lived in Australia!!! That's REALLY dumb.
Hells Aquarium

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#282 Oct 15, 2014
ummmm wrote:
Liopleurodon was 82 feet in length. That is a fact. BBC was correct. The biggest specimin found was the monster of ambarri (its not spelled right i know) which was 58 feet long. But recently bite marks have been found on other large Pliosaurs that suggest lengths of over 82 feet. Plus, like Dinosaurs, Pliosaurs did not stop growing with age. So even if they only grew to 60 feet (which is not true) unless there were predators bigger than them that ate them in the water, they might be able to grow to 80 feet. Overall Liopleruodon grew anywhere from 50-80 feet when they were full grown.
I pick Liopleurodon. No contest
WOW, you think that's true? well THINK AGAIN! The Monster of Aramberri was not related to Liopleurodon, but at first was falsly identified as Liopleurodon. But the bite marks, well, either they are fake story, or bite marks of the Monster of Aramberri, showing it might have lived in Europe too. So BBC wasnt right. It was fooled cause the Monster of Armaberri was a completely different pliosaur than liopleurodon. Besides, there is no fossil record of a 82 foot long Liopleurodon. GET IT?

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