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  1. Jason Stone
    Jason Stone at |

    I can’t wait to see the comments from the stegasaur and the pterodactyl criticizing how this is an incredibly biased list.

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    1. toto
      toto at |

      funny stuff ha ha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahhaahahhaahhahhahaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  2. nochum
    nochum at |

    My cousin has a new theory as to why the tyrannosaurus died out. “Duck and cover! ” not happening with those stubby arms.

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  3. Jonathan Reiter
    Jonathan Reiter at |

    What about Big Scotty, the T.Rex found at East End, Saskatchewan? He was COMPLETE…

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  4. James Friend
    James Friend at |

    Hi Jonathan,

    Thanks for reading. I must admit I didn’t know much about Scotty. Most of the sources seem to say almost complete rather than complete, though. I’m quite glad about that as it would be quite embarassing to be wrong on my very first fact in the list! On my later claim of Sue being the most complete T. rex yet discovered I may have to concede defeat.

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  5. Trombo
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    It is still disputed whether “Scotty” is a complete specimen, as it is well-known that he had a horribly low self-esteem due to being dumped by his first girlfriend.

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  6. revashane
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    “more agile juvenile T. rex may have ran down the prey allowing their larger colleagues to move in and deliver the killer bite.”

    Could have “run” down the prey not ran.

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  7. Andre Vandal
    Andre Vandal at |

    A fact is something that has really occurred or is actually the case. Most of these are not facts, they are theories and suppositions, when you use terms like “might be” and “may have” you are not mentioning a fact.

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  8. Just Wondering
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    Ya but, do they taste like chicken or not?

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