Scientist Discovers New Dinosaur

Scientist Discovers New Dinosaur

There are 30 comments on the KMID story from Oct 5, 2012, titled Scientist Discovers New Dinosaur. In it, KMID reports that:

A University of Chicago scientist says he's discovered a new dinosaur. Paul Serano says the "Pegomastax Africanus" would have looked something like a "two legged-porcupine". He also says the animal was less than two feet long and weighed less than a house cat.

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Fire Alarm

San Francisco, CA

#21 Oct 9, 2012
That's not aba. I'm confident it's junior's equally juniorish friend from another site.
Ophiacodon

Belvedere, UK

#22 Oct 9, 2012
Listen Coe, give up, your argument is invalid and you are in the minority. Don't give me this collagen fibre nonsense. Just give up. What you are is a baseless fool who hasn't grown up since 1955 when we had brontosaurus
coelophyis

Knightdale, NC

#23 Oct 9, 2012
no won is bigger than the evidence facts are facts keep beleave in the propoganda media hype media is a business to sell new storyes popularity does work in science evidence does years ago it was the other way around bad is fantasy cult that is a good saleman not real science it more about antigod than science and angry scientist that can not take loosing and there not a good sport. i admit bought all of it till i investigation it and found out that croc scientist was right by the evidence and there were no bird link just ghost theory i was just a jury beening fair, bbc ran story that all dinosaurs was aquatic reptiles and another won that they were birds shocking sells but its not good science evidence the news is a tabloid entertinment
JMD577

Minneapolis, MN

#24 Oct 9, 2012
Hello coelophysis! This is me, Jacob Michael Dalland, from DH. I'm afraid this is not such a good site to be posting at.. because the trolls (like PAZB) come to get anyone who posts and talks on topic. I'm actually planning to head out of here. But maybe there's hope in ourselves? Anyways, yes, there was a sauropod that had two rows of spines, called Amargasaurus. As you were saying..

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#25 Oct 9, 2012
Ophiacodon > JMD577
JMD577

Minneapolis, MN

#26 Oct 9, 2012
hey you! Shut it. All right, now I've really made up my mind.

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#27 Oct 9, 2012
juniors don't tell me what to do!
coelophyis

Knightdale, NC

#28 Oct 9, 2012
do not worry i am not leave dinosaurs home best dino site i think i stay for a while troll are every were on the web
coelophyis

Knightdale, NC

#29 Oct 10, 2012
flu bug out for a while

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#30 Oct 10, 2012
junior!

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