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Yeap defently brain the size of a peanut.
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Mmmmm... Peanut-sized Nessie Brains.... :lol:
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I wonder who would win between a phoenix, a archyopterix (I get the feeling I spelled that wrong) and a bald eagle. Past meets present meets fantasy in the epic battle of the skies!

By the way what would we classify those creatures that are obviously half and half of different animal species? Griffons and Pegusi are half mammal and half bird, so which one would they fall under? Would dragons be considered reptiles? How much meat is actually on a long-neck dinosaur? Can bigfeet learn sign language? How much wood would a wood-chuck chuck if a wood-chuck could chuck wood?
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As much as a wood chuck could. Bigfoot with sign language, hell no we are teaching him to speak. If you are brave enough to attack a lizard who's toe is bigger then you have fun. The half and half thing, coffee creamer. :wink:


archyopterix What the hell is that? :?
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archyopterix? do you mean Archaeopteryx....

Well Archaeopteryx is held up as the missing link between the dinosaur and the bird.... by evolutionists....

However I think it was just a bird...

However, in the article, Bird evolution flies out the window, the creationist anatomist Dr David Menton shows that Archaeopteryx is a true bird with flight feathers, not a transitional form—and certainly not a feathered dinosaur. And Dr Alan Feduccia, a world authority on birds at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an evolutionist himself (see Feduccia v Creationists), says:

“Paleontologists have tried to turn Archaeopteryx into an earth-bound, feathered dinosaur. But it’s not. It is a bird, a perching bird. And no amount of ‘paleobabble’ is going to change that.”


from http://www.answersingenesis.org/docs2/4 ... 4-2000.asp

So there you have Archaeopteryx is a bird....

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Neoscribe, the pheonix would win, because even if he got his ass kicked, he would rise from the ashes. :wink:

Wolfy, I can't believe you had that information! Good job!

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It depends on how fast the bird can regenerate.
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Ariel wrote: Wolfy, I can't believe you had that information! Good job!


What info, I can't remember?, oh that info....

Actually I had a good idea of what site had the info....

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Okay, how bout a megalodon vs. a sea serpent, vs. and a pirahana (since he's so small he can bring his friends).
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depends on how many pirahna. :wink:
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Talon Sinnah wrote:depends on how many pirahna. :wink:


Lots! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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