Polar dinosaurs not different from ot...

Polar dinosaurs not different from others

There are 3 comments on the UPI story from Aug 4, 2011, titled Polar dinosaurs not different from others. In it, UPI reports that:

Small dinosaurs that lived near the South Pole weren't much different from dinosaurs that lived everywhere else on the planet, a U.S. researcher says.

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“Taste my purging steel”

Since: May 11

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#1 Aug 4, 2011
Sure they probably didnt hibernate, but polar dinos where far from similar. Polar Allosaurs existed, but they where far smaller than the jurassic killer. Same with many animals. Some, like some giant amphibians survived only because their competion cant survive their. In this case Crocodiles.
Big Al

Sesto San Giovanni, Italy

#2 Aug 5, 2011
Giganotosaurus wrote:
Polar Allosaurs existed, but they where far smaller than the jurassic killer.
NMV P150070, a left astragalus, stopped bein considered a pigmy Allosaurus species 13 years ago

Its now considered an indeterminate abelisauroid ceratosaur, or less probably an indeterminate neovenatorid carnosaur :)

“1337-9001”

Since: Jul 11

Just south of the South Pole

#3 Aug 5, 2011
Lol.

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