Prehistory

Toronto, Canada

#82 Jun 5, 2014
Coprolite1 wrote:
THREAD CLOSED.
Don't close it. Just ignore Jake.

“The love of Paleontology:”

Since: Jan 14

Discover, explore, imagine.

#83 Jun 5, 2014
Coprolite1 wrote:
<quoted text>
AW, if you read up on the blurb you'll note that Ireland obviously had its share of Dino's. But its ecosystem weathered much faster, and has eroded most traces.
He simply noted that Megaloceros once lived in Ireland. He never denied that Dinosaurs lived in Ireland.
Prehistory

Toronto, Canada

#84 Jun 5, 2014
A Plot Device wrote:
Not a dinosaur, but Megaloceros must be one of the biggest Irish animals to have existed.
An extinct prehistoric mammal is no dinosaur but it is a neat animal.
A Plot Device

San Francisco, CA

#85 Jun 5, 2014
Coprolite1 wrote:
<quoted text>
AW, if you read up on the blurb you'll note that Ireland obviously had its share of Dino's. But its ecosystem weathered much faster, and has eroded most traces.
No shit it had some dinosaurs; they were the dominant life form for almost all of the mesozoic era. The fact that when I search for "Irish Dinosaurs" this thread comes up is indicative of the fact that we have not found many, aside from Scelidosaurus.
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#86 Jun 7, 2014
Prehistory Stop telling People to ignore me. Prehistory you are an ignorant little Retard. I am going to ignore Prehistory for now on. I am ignoring you prehistory. Prehistory you are just an immature kid. Prehistory dont Try to talk to me because I am ignoring you.
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#87 Jun 7, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator lived in ireland during the early Cretacious period. Jakesaurus imperator was a genus of theropod dinosaur.
Prehistory

Toronto, Canada

#88 Jun 7, 2014
Prehistory wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't close it. Just ignore Jake's insults and fictional stories.
There... fixed
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#89 Jun 12, 2014
Prehistory is Spam and he is a troll.

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#90 Jun 12, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator wrote:
Prehistory is Spam and he is a troll.
O this forum we would rather have a troll with sensible facts than a Santa believing story teller.
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#91 Jun 15, 2014
Santa does exist. Thats the same way of saying T rex doesnt exist. Coprolite1 why are you mental? Coprolite1 you are A Snot nosed Kid who thinks Everything Is not real. Tyrannosaurus rex was Dumb and He had a brain the size of a pea. Spinosaurus rules!
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#92 Jun 15, 2014
This forum would rather have a Spammer with true facts than a mental, trolling easter bunny believer.
Prehistory

Toronto, Canada

#93 Jun 15, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator wrote:
Santa does exist.
Yep. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Claus,_I...

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#94 Jun 15, 2014
Prehistory wrote:
That's right... encourage the jakeacretinasaurus.

“One Shall Fall,One Will Stand.”

Since: Mar 11

Albany

#95 Jun 16, 2014
Hold on. If Jakeosaurus Imperator was real and did live in Ireland. The size of this predator would be too much for the ecosystem to handle. The small dinosaurs that could have lived there would be of no condition to feed such a enormous carnivore. And if we were going on your fanboyism on Spinosaurus. We would imagine a spinosaurid skeleton structure. For something "50 feet high and taller than the Empire State Building" would be impossible. It most likely would die of over-giantism and starve to death.

“'QUANDARY'”

Since: Oct 12

Cheshire UK

#96 Jun 16, 2014
Maxos Gojira wrote:
Hold on. If Jakeosaurus Imperator was real and did live in Ireland. The size of this predator would be too much for the ecosystem to handle. The small dinosaurs that could have lived there would be of no condition to feed such a enormous carnivore. And if we were going on your fanboyism on Spinosaurus. We would imagine a spinosaurid skeleton structure. For something "50 feet high and taller than the Empire State Building" would be impossible. It most likely would die of over-giantism and starve to death.
Your post is an obvious observation. It would have been just as easy to explain to Jake how, If Santa visited every girl and boy in one night, he would have to break the laws of physics.
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#97 Jun 16, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator didnt have to feed on something. Its Organism is Designed to Never Make Jakesaurus imperator hungry. Jakesaurus imperator also hunted plesiosaurus. Jakesaurus imperator Was a Jakesaurid not a Spinosaurid. Jakesaurus was bigger than the empire state building. It is the biggest Dinosaur Ever. Look at amphiceolias, that was a very big dinosaur. It was bigger than most Trees. In fact the Trees were tiny compared to amphiceolias. Amphiceolias could of Starved to death. Jakesaurus imperator Was a jakesaurid.
Prehistory

Toronto, Canada

#98 Jun 16, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator wrote:
Jakesaurus imperator didnt have to feed on something. Its Organism is Designed to Never Make Jakesaurus imperator hungry. Jakesaurus imperator also hunted plesiosaurus. Jakesaurus imperator Was a Jakesaurid not a Spinosaurid. Jakesaurus was bigger than the empire state building. It is the biggest Dinosaur Ever. Look at amphiceolias, that was a very big dinosaur. It was bigger than most Trees. In fact the Trees were tiny compared to amphiceolias. Amphiceolias could of Starved to death. Jakesaurus imperator Was a jakesaurid.
Amphicoelias was huge. But how huge? Claims of 200 ft seem too much.
Giant sauropods were slow moving animals, so they wouldn't waste a lot of energy.

Speaking of energy, how does Jakesaurus obtain energy without eating anything?

“One Shall Fall,One Will Stand.”

Since: Mar 11

Albany

#99 Jun 17, 2014
Prehistory wrote:
<quoted text>
Amphicoelias was huge. But how huge? Claims of 200 ft seem too much.
Giant sauropods were slow moving animals, so they wouldn't waste a lot of energy.
Speaking of energy, how does Jakesaurus obtain energy without eating anything?
Can't be photosynthesis. Because a large predatory creature has to feed all the time, even though dinosaurs are mesothermic, such a large carnivore has to eat all the time.
Jakesaurus imperator

Dublin, Ireland

#100 Jun 20, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator got energy from Sunlight. It Sometimes stays in the sun for a while to get energy. Jakesaurus imperator also got energy by Drinking water and By killing and eating Amphiceolias.

Since: Jun 14

Location hidden

#101 Jun 20, 2014
Jakesaurus imperator wrote:
This forum would rather have a Spammer with true facts than a mental, trolling easter bunny believer.
You are the mental, trolling easter bunny believer.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Dinosaur Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Did T rex have a poisonous bite? (Nov '09) 14 hr spinosaurus baryonyx 50
Spinosaurus would easily beat T rex in a fight (Jun '14) 14 hr spinosaurus baryonyx 134
Tyrannosaurus height Mon Paleoman 1
News Meteorite minerals offer clues to Earth extinct... (Sep '13) May 24 Guru 2
News The dinosaur display, with cash, at the Beijing... May 20 Alan Detrich 1
why isn't the theory pterodactyl and raptor? May 14 spinosaurus baryonyx 2
kaiju arena of doom and-friendship!? (Sep '14) May 13 spinosaurus baryonyx 48
More from around the web