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Posted by Chris Duncan on September 16, 2002 02:36:35 UTC

Sharks have involved very little in the past 450 million years, so they would be dinosaurs...

If you came across the bones of a triceritops in a field, you would think "dinosaur"...now if you found a LIVE triceritops in a field(slightly evolved, of course), would you call it a dinosaur???


Warm Regards,

Chris


P.S. Just because the species is alive today doesn't mean it isn't a dinosaur...

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