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Old 11-24-08, 12:46 AM   #1
 
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legitiment question casue in some places in i think south america people repot seeing these huge flying monsters / birds..also for those that think ol nessy exists..could it be a dinosaur?

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I think sometimes they can be logically explained... Such as "sea monsters" turning out to be giant oarfish.
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Coming back to this post, I think it's very logical that there are places yet to be explored on earth, and who knows what could live there. New creatures are discovered all the time, just a few days ago they found an organism ressembeling a giant venus fly trap on the sea floor. So who knows, maybe one day we could find one. It would be interesting to clone one from the DNA of frozen remains.
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Totally Agree with Venom .....

We only know of 5% of the oceans .... the deepest points are some 5 odd miles deep .

We see descendants of dinosaurs through evolution every day .... the birds .... , also the Crocodiles.
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I don't think so, even in the unexplored terrain if there were dinosaurs there they would've evolved into something else by now
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I think that crocodiles and rhinos and other big animals are probably direct desindants.
And I guess anything is possible, they are finding new things (or old actually)in the sea all of the time.
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Whenever I hear this shit, I always think of Canibus the rapper. I agree that there could potentially be large undiscovered animals living in the deepest depths of the ocean, but recent discoveries suggest that at those depths, creatures tend to be rather minute and small.
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I think dinosaurs are extinct, too. Considering that fossils have likely only preserved a small sampling of organisms, I wonder what other creatures and plants had existed long ago, too. It's pretty hard to imagine considering that our environmental conditions of today are so different than they were then, and the structure of organisms is so dependent on the environment.
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Scientists state that crocodiles and alligators have remain unchanged for nearly 200 million years. This suggests there could be other creatures, dinosaurs, that could possible have remain unchanged and exist today as well.

I watch the discovery channel, learning channel, history channel and every other channel most people consider to be boring. I was watching a show that was showing fossils of dinosaurs as small as a large rat. This means dinosaurs could possibly exist today, in areas we have explored, unseen by humans.

There are also areas of the earth still unexplored where it's even more likely dinosaurs still exist. The ocean, as living hell stated is vastly unexplored. On land, we've just recently discovered new areas of the congo, and new species living there.

I say it's possible until it's proven impossible.
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