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Lolscience - Dinosauroid by Pristichampsus Lolscience - Dinosauroid by Pristichampsus
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:iconcjcroen:
CJCroen Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Eep! O_O
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:iconzeonista:
Zeonista Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013
Funny one. :)
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013  Professional General Artist
:)
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:iconjd-man:
JD-man Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
Besides being the best Lolscience I've seen on DA, I like this deviation b/c it reminds me of some of my favorite Tet Zoo articles ( [link] ) ( [link] ).
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Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012  Professional General Artist
those were the inspiration for this lolscience...
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Wynterhawke07 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I find it funny that dinosaurs almost ruled the earth twice in a row. Following the KT extinction Gastornis and Terror Birds evolved to become the dominant predators, but were ultimately beat out by mammalian predators.
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012  Professional General Artist
yes.
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:iconmugenseiryuu:
MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2012
If you think about it, while we call it the age of mammals, there are around twice as many kinds of birds.Mammals are way more likely to go extinct, in case some cataclysm happens.
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
I guess, but rodents and bats would be hard to get rid of, so many different kinds, and so much population of them.
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:iconmugenseiryuu:
MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2012
Okay, that is true. Actually likely mammals to survive a cataclysm, also thanks to their small size. Most bigger mammals would ofcourse not be so lucky.
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
true.
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:iconmugenseiryuu:
MugenSeiRyuu Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2012
And then the second Age of Dinosaurs shall begin!
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:iconbrett0007:
brett0007 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Is this a reference to tetrapod zoology
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2011  Professional General Artist
good guess.
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:iconpilsator:
pilsator Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Props go out to SV-POW! for this instant fave. Great work by the way :)
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011  Professional General Artist
:D
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010
The Age of Reptiles will one day rise again, and the mammals will once again go back to being the weak link in the food chain.
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:iconjd-man:
JD-man Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013
At the very least, 95 million years from now (See the following quote, which is in reference to therapsids having ruled for 160 million years b-4 archosaurs took "the crown").

Quoting Bonner ( [link] ): "Sure enough, 160 million years later the dinosaurs bit the dust, and mammals, the descendants of therapsids, took over the planet once again. Will we be returning the crown to the descendants of birds and crocodiles 95 million years from now? It would only be fair!"
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Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010  Professional General Artist
yes!
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acepredator Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2014
I have a different opinion.

Both archosaurs and synapsids would be underdogs in a world ruled by squamates, where mosasaurs re-evolve from monitors, others outcompete mammals as apex predators and mesopredators, gekkotans, iguanids, etc take over the small animal niche, and varanids, with their already very high IQ, would emerge as sapient species.

In short, the Squamozoic.
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:iconjd-man:
JD-man Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013
At the very least, 95 million years from now (See the following quote, which is in reference to therapsids having ruled for 160 million years b-4 archosaurs took "the crown").

Quoting Bonner ( [link] ): "Sure enough, 160 million years later the dinosaurs bit the dust, and mammals, the descendants of therapsids, took over the planet once again. Will we be returning the crown to the descendants of birds and crocodiles 95 million years from now? It would only be fair!"
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013  Professional General Artist
I agree with that :)
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:iconplatypus12:
platypus12 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010
Beware, mammals! That day is approaching.
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:iconjaldithas:
Jaldithas Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2010
xD
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:iconbabbletrish:
babbletrish Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Ba-hahahahaha!!!
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2010  Professional General Artist
:D
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:iconbran-artworks:
Bran-Artworks Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2009  Student General Artist
Haha perhaps Russel will be the first to die...
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2009  Professional General Artist
:D
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FallenAngelSkyla Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hehe, that bird is smart.
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009  Professional General Artist
Indeed :D
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:iconsphenacodon:
Sphenacodon Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009
I SWER I WILL KILL U ALL
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009  Professional General Artist
Indeed :D
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:iconavancna:
avancna Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
By "insolence," you mean the invention of the chicken pot pie, right?
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:iconjd-man:
JD-man Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
I think it has more to do w/being caged.
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Professional General Artist
Yes indeed.
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:iconavancna:
avancna Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oy
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2009  Professional General Artist
Indeed.
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commander-salamander Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
TRU DAT
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Professional General Artist
Indeed :D
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commander-salamander Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I lieks Hornbills.
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:iconpristichampsus:
Pristichampsus Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Professional General Artist
I do too :D
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