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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 15, 2002 22:52:22 UTC

"Brontosaurus is considerably bigger than a sheep. He could probably occupy at least a few thousand square feet even if moved around very little. How big is your house? How many Brontosaurus relatives do you think you could fit in that house?"

"T-Rex requires more than 5' of height. If your total height is 44 feet, then with our beasts from the Jurassic and giant mammals from the Cenozoic, at best you can only imagine 2 or 3 decks. This shrinks your 1.54 million cubic feet to around 100,000 sq.ft. About the size of a small warehouse. No big surprise"

"f you have over 1,000 species of dinosaurs alone, how are you going to fit them in a square footage vessel of only 100K/sq. feet? Come on, Sam, use your brain. The square footage of Bill Gates home is bigger than the Ark."

One major problem to your arguements. Babies. Small dinosuars are quite easy to handle and fit into the ark. Also you don't need every speices, it's Kinds making even more easy to fit them into the space.

Come on Harv, use your brain.

-Aaron

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