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|Favorite Non-avian dinosaur; I know its cliche but I am curious|
|Topic Started: Dec 9 2011, 05:44 PM (980 Views)|
|Jasonspoopy||Dec 12 2011, 07:11 PM Post #16|
A mess, really
I do art sometimes.|
Amammalia: A strange place where mammals didn't make it and the land is, once again, dominated by archosaurs.
Oceanus: An endless sea dotted with islands, reefs, and black holes. Literally endless, literal black holes.
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|The Kiat||Dec 13 2011, 08:54 PM Post #17|
|Psittosaurus; I bet you can have a whole ranch full of them. Protoceratops too, but only because they're really griffons.|
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