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The 85 million-year-old creature was 35 times heavier than other known similar species, and is thought to have had a beak and sporadic patches of feathers, according to a paper to be released in UK science journal Nature on Thursday

Well so much for that article. Everyone knows the Earth is only about 10,000 or so years old :D

There may be hundreds, if not millions, of long-extinct species we know nothing about.

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Oh, of course.. so many species have undoubtedly gone extinct before the arrival of man..

Hes definitely right though. The Earth is only about 5000 years old ;)

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on Yahoo news the other day i saw that a new dinosaur was discovered.

Dinosaurs are extinct. There can't be new ones. Only old, dead ones... :icon_razz:

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Dinosaurs are extinct. There can't be new ones. Only old, dead ones... :icon_razz:

I have seen plenty of Hollywood movies were the dinos where very much alive!

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Hollywood movies aren't real ;)

What do you mean? They look pretty real to me! Not all of them are men in rubber suits.

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