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TheReturnOfTheKing

aka King (please don't call me TROTK)

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April 7, 2013
  • I live in the TARDIS (I wish...)
  • I was born on February 29
  • My occupation is saving worlds, rescuing civilizations, defeating terrible creatures and doing an awful lot of running.
  • I am yet another Wholockian.

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  • TheReturnOfTheKing

    Team Spino

    August 17, 2013 by TheReturnOfTheKing

    Ever since Jurassic Park was released, T. rex has reigned in our imaginations as the king of the dinosaurs. It was pretty awesome, but maybe overrated. A lot of dinosaurs have been overshadowed by the tyrant lizard king. Giganotosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, Torvosaurus, Allosaurus,, Carnotaurus, Fasolasuchus, Quetzalcoatlis, Tylosaurus, Shonisaurus, Albertosaurus, Gorgosaurus, Mapusaurus, Majungasaurus, Ceratosaurus, Ekrixinatosaurus - there were a lot of cool dinosaurs and other forms of prehistoric reptile that T. rex has overshadowed. They deserve the spotlight.

    There was also one that cast a shadow on all the other carnivorous dinos, a creature that was larger than all the others. Spinosaurus was the mightiest dinosaur the world has never known. The only know…

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    Under the hot Jurassic sun, a herd of Diplodocus moved over the salt flats. They were en route to the nesting grounds in the distant forests, but one of them wold never get there.

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    These people believe that dinosaurs died off in the last ice age, were highly intelligent (sorry, raptor fans, the smartest dinos were mentally comparable to opossums), could have evolved into energy-based life forms (which are not known to exist outside Star Trek) and at least one of them is a creationist. If one of you can figure out how to post replies on the thread… well, improvise.

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    The Daspletosaurus, a direct ancestor of the king of the dinosaurs, was on the trail of prey. It had injured a Triceratops bull in a fight and it knew the bull wasn't ready for a rematch. The trail of footprints lead into the lush plains where herds of dinosaurs grazed, and in the distance a rising cloud of dust signalled the presence of the herd. The Daspletosaurus was hungry and it salivated in anticipation of the coming feast. Soon, it would dine like a king.

    Normally, a Daspletosaurus would be found with a pack, but this one was a rogue, a loner. That was why he had risked taking on a full-grown Triceratops - he needed food to survive on his own. He picked up his pace. The bull was o…



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    The peaceful tranquility of the prehistoric delta at sunrise was an illusion. Here stalked the last survivor of an ancient lineage. It was a monster, with horns, a devil. A here of tiny Anabisetia felt thunder in the Earth and fled. Something was coming. Something big. Something deadly. Something menacing. The Carnotaurus stomped into the marshes, emerging from the forest just as the sun poked over the horizon and brought golden amber light to the world. The shadowy silhouette, outlined by rays of light, moved forward and it roared. This was a predator, and she needed to hunt - not for her own sake, but for the hatchlings at her nest. Her mate had died four days earlier, killed by …


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