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Charcharadonto Charcharadonto 1 November 2017
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Is T.Rex in Planet dinosaur

In the episode "Killer Elite" does T.Rexx appear. I cant watch it for some reason!

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Zeref Fullbuster Zeref Fullbuster 21 August 2016
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Planet Dinosaur crossover

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Mooreja9 Mooreja9 28 November 2015
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the anatomy and life of dinosaurs

Hello every body my name is Jackson and dinosaurs message me and and we talk and be freinds

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Lythronax Lythronax 11 May 2013
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TEST

The Dinosaur Expert! (Make conversation!) 17:25, May 11, 2013 (UTC)

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Lythronax Lythronax 19 April 2013
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Articles

What articles should I create regarding areas, time periods, categories or creatures?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 4 June 2012
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Who likes Jurrasic Park and why?

Anyone?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 4 June 2012
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Baryonx

Is the dino on the logo Baryonx?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 4 June 2012
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Badges

The badges awarded for this wiki are cool. Who agrees?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 4 June 2012
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Fav episode?

Whats everyone's fav episode?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 28 May 2012
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Ok

Can someone make another blog soon?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 28 May 2012
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Fav dino?

What's everyone's favurite dinosaur?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 28 May 2012
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This is ridiculous

Am i the only one who makes blogs?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 27 May 2012
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Hah, so many mistakes...

John Hurt says Argentinasaurus is the biggest dinosaur - he was wrong! In the book it says Troodon was ornivourus, and the series says it is a carnivore. Also Allosaurus was coloured like Saurophagnax in the book!

Any other mistakes?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 27 May 2012
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Any thoughts on John Hurt?

I think John Hurt is an awesome narrator and actor. Any coments?

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Sorrelflower Sorrelflower 27 May 2012
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Is there anything bigger out there?

Is there something bigger then Spinosaurus, Argentinasaurus, Hatzegopterex and Gignatoraptor out there waiting to be found? I reckon there is. There are other sauropods bigger then Argentinasaurus - Amphooeias might have been 60 metres (though the bones have been lost, as there were very fragile - plus no one is sure, as only diagrams are known), and Bruthakyosaurus could have been 40. Any guesses?

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