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rainbowdragon



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Name: Bilbo Baggins
Location: Visiting Canada
Date registered 06.19.2011
Date of birth: 1. January 1901
Last online: 01.30.2015
Sex: male




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08.06.2012
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Mon Aug 06, 2012 8:32 pm | jump to post

You have the wrong forum lad.

03.02.2012
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Sat Mar 03, 2012 1:11 pmTyrannotitans max size?
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Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:59 pm | jump to post

All forums start out as "dead". Paleo Place, Topix, Imperial Palace, all of them were "dead" for a few months, sometimes even a year. But eventually they flourished.

02.28.2012
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Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:45 pm | jump to post

Zitat von TyrannaZitat von rainbowdragonThe black hole. What could be holding all the stars and what not together?The forces of a black hole, which attract matter, to an increasing amount as to create a galaxy.My point exacly

02.28.2012
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Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:25 pm | jump to post

The black hole. What could be holding all the stars and what not together?

02.17.2012
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Fri Feb 17, 2012 6:55 pm | jump to post

Happy Now :) ?

02.03.2012
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Zitat von balauryou mean a landscape upside down?No. They were sticking out of the core of the earth.
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Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:21 am | jump to post

Zitat von Mattking rexThat depends. If the asteroid hasn't struck yet but its about to, I would have the time of my life; if the asteriod had already struck I would find a underground location and hide out there. Regardless, if the asteroid is anything like what the dinosaurs faced, we would probably be dead; Weather that be the explosion it self, climate change, or plan old starvation. Do note, that even after the dinosaurs meteor struck, it still took at least a million years for them to die ...

01.27.2012
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Fri Jan 27, 2012 9:12 am | jump to post

Zitat von Mattking rexTo be honest, the largest bite should belong to the largest predators today, the killer whale and sperm whale. On average, a killer whales skull is much larher then any croc species; sperm whales on the other hand are just plan out big, although the jaw isn't super impressive, its sure size means its probably greater. Although these two animals bites haven't been measured, they are probably stronger.I'm not so sure. I would have to say, Carcharocles probably had the largest...

01.19.2012
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Thu Jan 19, 2012 3:45 pm | jump to post

I HAVE DEMOTED GIGANOTOASURUS TO MEMBER DO TO HIS RECENT INACTIVITY.BALAUR WILL REMAIN AS MODERATORTO REPLACE GIGANOTOSAURUS I HAVE PROMOTED DINOTRECK



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