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Old Aug 11, 2010, 12:54 PM   #1
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A small dinosaur skeleton, about 3 feet long, from the Natural Provincial Park of Ischigualasto (Moon Valley) in the Province of San Juan, Argentina, source of many very old dinosaurs rests.

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A small dinosaur skeleton, about 3 feet long, from the Natural Provincial Park of Ischigualasto (Moon Valley) in the Province of San Juan, Argentina, source of many very old dinosaurs rests.

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Oh, very interesting. I'll do some searches. Impeckable, very, very tasteful presentation. Size matters very much in the animal kingdom

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Tomorrow i'll go back and tell you the exact name of the little dinosaur. It was a like a jewell. Those guys were in the Earth hundred of millions years ago, and if you see the skeleton structure, it's not so much different to ours!
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Tomorrow i'll go back and tell you the exact name of the little dinosaur. It was a like a jewell. Those guys were in the Earth hundred of millions years ago, and if you see the skeleton structure, it's not so much different to ours!
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We are nothing? Agree. Or perhaps far too much. My Spanish isn't ... A, de nada

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Torgny: it could be the Eoraptor Lunensis.
The father-mother of all dinosaurs. 228 million years old. Absurd number in terms of human beings.

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