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Coolest Dinosaurs (Too Bad You Can't Put them In a Large Bird Cage) Pt. 1

Coolest Dinosaurs (Too Bad You Can't Put them In a Large Bird Cage) Pt. 1
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Author: Kasan Groupe

Dinosaurs are strange, mysterious and just downright cool. There are so many cool looking dinosaurs with huge jaws, crazy spinal spikes and tail clubs that it is astounding to think that one day they roamed our very planet. Check out this list of some of the oddest and coolest Dinosaurs that once walked out earth. Some say Dinosaurs are ancient ancestors to modern day birds, too bad you can't keep a Dino in a large bird cage. Spinosaurus This large, spined Dinosaur from the Cretaceous period is known for its tall neural spines growing from its back vertebrae. The Spinosaurus would have given the T-Rex a run for its money in size and fercouciousness, with its alligator shaped head and teeth and menacing spines. Since its discovery the Spinosaurus is considered one of the top condentors for the largest theropod dinosaurs, meaning the largest dinosaurs to walk on two feet. Many paleontologists are still curious about why and how the evolution and devolution of the Spinosauruss dorsal spines came about and what purpose they may have had. Some say they may have been used in courtship like a peacocks tale and others believe that it was used as a sort of heat regulator to cool itself or to threaten other animals. Deinonychus With a name meaning terrible claw the Deinonychus was known by its large, sickle-shaped talons on their hind feet, making it closely related to the more well known and popular Velociraptor. Unlike their depiction in films, the Deinonychus and raptor species where only about 5 feet or so tall, but about 11 feet long with powerful jaws and strong forelimbs. Many modern artists have depicted the Deinonychus as less of a reptile like many Dinosaur drawings and more akin to a large, carnivorous bird, with avian-like forelimbs and feathers. They are hypothesized to be a long ago ancestor to such fleet-footed birds like the ostrich, with their speed and long jaws. About the Author:

Alan McGee is a freelance writer from MNArticle Source: - Coolest Dinosaurs (Too Bad You Can't Put them In a Large Bird Cage) Pt. 1

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Coolest Dinosaurs (Too Bad You Can't Put them In a Large Bird Cage) Pt. 1