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Were we all wrong about Dinosaurs!?http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/tetrapod-zoology/ornithoscelida-rises-a-new-family-tree-for-dinosaurs/
Just last night, scientists have composed a new theory that our classification on Dinosaur Family groups might have been wrong the whole time!
For a long time, Dinosaurs have been classified into two main groups, the Saurischian order, and the Ornithischian order. Originally, Theropod Dinosaurs like T. Rex, Velociraptor, Spinosaurus, Gallimimus, Dilophosaurus, Allosaurus, Therizinosaurus ext. were classified in the Saurischian order along side the long-necked Sauropod Dinosaurs like Brachiosaurus, Apatosaurus, Diplodocus ext.
However, according to the article, the new theory suggests that Theropod Dinosaurs might have actually been more related to the Ornithischian Dinosaurs like Tric
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The Thing About Vintage DinosaursOk, so, this is a topic I recently wanted to talk about. We all know how dinosaurs used to be portrayed: sluggish, cold blooded, tail dragging, lizard-like, mini godzillas. Movie monsters if you will. I hate it when people rant on about how vintage dinosaurs are bad and terrible and a disgrace. Come down you bunch o' hypocrites because they are not. I'm going to give you 4 specific points of why.
1. Trial and Error is Science and Vice Versa
- Fossils, scientific knowledge, and technology were far less sophisticated back then in the 19th and 20th centuries. Not to mention scientists jumped to conclusions more often and those positions were not challenged for decades usually. It is of the uttermost extreme rarity that you get anything right scientifically on the first go. It's near impossible. For crying out loud, the first dinosaur fossils found were teeth, jawbones, and thumb claws! Not to mention that our ideas of evolution and the natural order were drastically different that back th