Museum IDs New Species of Dinosaur

Museum IDs New Species of Dinosaur

There are 10 comments on the The Associated Press story from Mar 3, 2007, titled Museum IDs New Species of Dinosaur . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

A new dinosaur species was a plant-eater with yard-long horns over its eyebrows, suggesting an evolutionary middle step between older dinosaurs with even larger horns and the small-horned creatures that ...

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Edward Shipwash

Hayward, CA

#1 Mar 4, 2007
Triceriptols lived much longer ago than 78 million years; so the new middle-step species must have come very late. It looks like a mutant tricerotops rather than a new species.

Since: Dec 06

Portland.Or

#2 Mar 5, 2007
and?my housecat looks like a tiger,doesnt make it a tiger.it may still be a cat but a different species of cat,not a mutant tiger
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#3 Jan 12, 2013
Whatever.
yop

France

#4 Jan 18, 2013
As dwarf are part of the human being.even if they look different it doesn t make them belong to another specy of human.they rr human in spite of their difference...same for that mutant triceratops.
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#5 Jan 18, 2013
yop wrote:
As dwarf are part of the human being.even if they look different it doesn t make them belong to another specy of human.they rr human in spite of their difference...same for that mutant triceratops.
Yeah, like the andrewsarchus related to a whale. Andrewsarchus is a whale, even though it looks like a wolf. This predator lives on land and killed creatures. Here's a top 5 heaviest and biggest prehistoric mammal predators.

5. Smilodon= 1000 pounds, 12 feet

4. Arctodus= 2000 pounds, 28 feet

3. Pleistocene giant polar bear= 2200 pounds, 28 feet

2. Arctotherium agustidens= 2600 pounds, 29 feet

1. Andrewsarchus= 4000 pounds, 31 feet

Andrewsarchus can beat all of them in a fight. Andrewsarchus can beat all of them, even though they didn't hunt in packs.
yop

France

#6 Jan 19, 2013
I ought to check that andrewsarchus picture ob google.it seems to be an impressive one.but pleistocen belongs to modern era, neozoic,doesn t it?
yop

France

#7 Jan 19, 2013
But there are still huge difference between whales and andrewsarchus.not the same morphology at all.how can yhey be related to the same specy.cat ans tiger look the same way;the same foe dwarf and a man.but and.sarch and whales are pretty much different.
Rexby

Honolulu, HI

#8 Jan 19, 2013
yop wrote:
But there are still huge difference between whales and andrewsarchus.not the same morphology at all.how can yhey be related to the same specy.cat ans tiger look the same way;the same foe dwarf and a man.but and.sarch and whales are pretty much different.
Shut up!!! Andrewsarchus was related to a whale. Here are top 5 andrewsarchus most related.

5. Bears

4. Wildcats

3. Wolf

2. Whale

1. Sheep
yop

France

#9 Jan 20, 2013
So it s more related to sheep than to whale according to your last post you moron
rexby

Honolulu, HI

#11 Jan 20, 2013
yop wrote:
So it s more related to sheep than to whale according to your last post you moron
yes, right.

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